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No, David!

CRITICS HAVE SAID

  • Kids won’t be able to resist the rough-and-tumble David[‘s]…monster talent for getting into trouble.
    –Newsweek
  • The vigorous and wacky full-color acrylic paintings portray a lively and imaginative boy whose stick-figure body conveys every nuance of anger, exuberance, defiance, and, best of all, the reassurance of his mother’s love. This book is perfect for reading aloud.
    –School Library Journal
  • Shannon’s pen whisks over the double-page spreads in a flurry of energy, as he gains perspective on an image of a bare-bottomed David cavorting down a quiet suburban street or closes in on the boy’s face as he inserts a finger into his triangle nose, his button eyes tense with concentration, and perfectly round head looming larger than the pages.
    –Publishers Weekly

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