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  • St. Charles Public Library

    Illustrated in the Mandna traditional finger painting style, this is the first time that this art form has been used to tell a children's story.

  • Zoobean

    This work of art is an adaptation of an old tale. #kidlit The captivating illustrations and familiar story make Gobble You Up! a terrific read aloud. Find it in our library: #books #kidsbooks #reading

  • CheeHuey Wong

    Gobble You Up! A handmade book with traditional, whimsical paintings depicting a tale of a greedy and wily jackal. Absolutely charming.

  • Emily Meehan

    The 13 Best Children’s, Illustrated, and Picture Books of 2013

  • Tasha Saecker

    Gobble You Up! by Sunita, text by Gita Wolf

  • Hana Lasell

    13 best children's books of 2013

  • Ceegee

    Beautiful art kid's book

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