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eBook The Alligator and His Uncle Tooth epub
  • ISBN: 0060222654
  • Author: Geoffrey Hayes
  • Genre: No category
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Harpercollins Juvenile Books (March 1977)
  • Pages: 88 pages
  • ePUB size: 1273 kb
  • FB2 size 1998 kb
  • Formats azw lit lrf mobi


A shy young alligator meets his Uncle Tooth, a cr. .

A shy young alligator meets his Uncle Tooth, a cr.Geoffrey Hayes has written and illustrated over forty children’s books, including the extremely popular series of early readers Otto and Uncle Tooth, the classic Bear By Himself, and When the Wind Blew by Caldecott Medal-winning author Margaret Wise Brown. Books by Geoffrey Hayes

A shy young alligator meets his Uncle Tooth, a crusty ex-sea captain, who tells him of his many adventures at se.

A shy young alligator meets his Uncle Tooth, a crusty ex-sea captain, who tells him of his many adventures at sea. Get A Copy. Books by Geoffrey Hayes

Publisher: TBS The Book Service Ltd, 1977.

Publisher: TBS The Book Service Ltd, 1977.

Geoffrey Hayes knows what children want: drama, action and whimsy. The Alligator and His Uncle Tooth: A Novel of the Sea Hardcover. He delivers in this story of a pearl stolen by Uncle Tooth's nemesis. If you haven't run across Uncle Tooth books before, you should know that they are fun mysteries geared for younger children (say 4 to 9 . In this tale, Uncle Tooth, Otto, and Olivia solve the mystery of the purloined pearl.

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A shy young alligator meets his Uncle Tooth, a crusty ex-sea captain, who tells him of his many adventures at se. I wish that more of Geoffery Hayes books were in print.

I wish that more of Geoffery Hayes books were in print. I love his drawings of bears, but The Alligator and His Uncle Tooth is an all time fave! I read it at least every couple of years. I LOVE Bear by Himself, too, but was disappoited in the reprint. I liked the older pictures so much more. Please reprint his books especially this one! Glad I kept my copy! Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 18 years ago.

Young Otto the alligator and his Uncle Tooth find out in a funny, high-spirited whodunit for beginning readers. About Geoffrey Hayes. Geoffrey Hayes has written and illustrated over 40 children's books, including the popular Otto & Uncle Tooth Mysteries (Step into Reading), the Patrick Bear books, and the Benny and Penny series. Geoffrey received the Theodor Seuss Geisel Award for Benny and Penny in The Big No-No! show more.

Geoffrey L. Hayes (1947–2017) was an American children's book illustrator and cartoonist. The Alligator and His Uncle Tooth (HarperCollins, 1977). Patrick Takes A Bath (Knopf, 1984). He was the author of over 50 books, including a series of titles with the children's comics publisher Toon Books. He was the brother of underground cartoonist Rory Hayes (1949–1983). Patrick Eats His Dinner (Knopf, 1984). Patrick Goes To Bed (Knopf, 1984).

Geisel award-winning author/illustrator Geoffrey Hayes is a stepped reader maestro Read online. Illustrated in black-and-white. When a creepy fortune-teller moves into Boogle Bay, spooky things start happening. One by one, people disappear, and those who remain begin acting very oddly.

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Comments: (7)
Brazil
I first read this book when I was seven years old. I loved the way that the book drew me into identifying with the young hero of the story. Cordoroy is a young alligator living a narrowly confined existance filled with aunts, uncles, cousins who just love routine and dare not explore anything beyond the big house they all live in. Cordory just doesn't fit into that dull life. He dreams of the sea and it's mysteries, the adventure that awaits beyond it's shores, and the courage it would take to step out and see the larger world! One day he leaves the lifeless Alligator House behind to stay with an aged aunt who lives by the seashore... and from there, his entire life changes.
Meeting an old crusty sea captain, who turns out to be his own uncle Tooth, Cordoroy realizes his dreams...
(no spoilers here though)
The illustrations are charming, the story well-written, and the ending extremely satisfying for those who are still young enough at heart to be dreamers. This is a book written for elementary school aged children. My daughter is younger than that, but I read the book to her and she follows the story easily.
No matter how much time passes, I still am in love with this "Novel of the Sea"! It is highly recommended...
Hulbine
This is one of my favorite books as a child and I had to hunt down this copy to give to a friend who was having a baby. The story and art are timeless and a great addition to any child's library.
Fordrekelv
This was one of my favorite children's books when I was growing up. The book has excellent illustrations. This particular book is divided into several short stories that can stand on their own, or read as one story.
A young alligator leaves his Aunt to find his uncle by the sea. His uncle tells him stories of when he was young and sailed on a ship.
I highly recommend this book.
Zugar
I am quite content with the quality and condition of this old book.. My son remembers this book as a child and I bought it for him.. A lovely old memory.. :)
Burking
I read this book as well. If your child has read the shorter books in this series, they may like this novel, which really explains how Otto and his Uncle Tooth met, and went on their first adventure together!
Kabei
I had to order a copy of this story for my boyfriend's little boy, and even though this book is a very old story, the book looked brand new.
Gardall
Made a fantastic gift!
I have loved this books since childhood! I still have the original Harper and Row Weekly Reader publication from the subscription my Mom got me as a kid. I remember loving to read it when I was young and enjoying the fun illustrations as well. Now that I have kids of my own, they are turning the pages with the same interest as I did. But now the pages are as yellow and cracked as the bit of foolscap the old Puffin gave to Uncle Tooth with Captain Hoot's treasure map on it! I'm delighted to see that the Alligator now has a name and that his adventures live on in Otto and Uncle Tooth adventures. I only wish I had discovered them sooner when my kids were reading at that level.
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