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All for Me and None for All

All for Me and None for All A book about sharing for one and all Gruntly is a hog a ball hog a snack hog a treasure hog He doesn t share his toys with his pals and in fact helps himself to theirs And when Gruntly finds out a

  • Title: All for Me and None for All
  • Author: Helen Lester Lynn Munsinger
  • ISBN: 9780547688343
  • Page: 359
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A book about sharing for one and all Gruntly is a hog a ball hog, a snack hog, a treasure hog He doesn t share his toys with his pals and, in fact, helps himself to theirs And when Gruntly finds out about Saturday s treasure hunt, he can t wait for the first clue so that he may be the one to find the treasure and keep it all for himself From the delightful duo thA book about sharing for one and all Gruntly is a hog a ball hog, a snack hog, a treasure hog He doesn t share his toys with his pals and, in fact, helps himself to theirs And when Gruntly finds out about Saturday s treasure hunt, he can t wait for the first clue so that he may be the one to find the treasure and keep it all for himself From the delightful duo that created Tacky the Penguin and Hooway for Wodney Wat, Helen Lester and Lynn Munsinger deliver another playful and delightfully illustrated tale about the dangers of going hog wild and show, in the end, that sharing just might have its own rewards

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    1. A standalone story about sharing for three- to six-year-old readers.My TakeIt's a tale of a greedy hog of a "boy" who thinks he's entitled to anything he wants, although it is curious that when Lester gets to the point of the story, it's more about not being in such a hurry.Munsinger beautifully uses watercolors and colored pencil with a very light touch with the pen-and-ink to create light-hearted and light-colored graphics. It's the story I can't get excited about.Don't get me wrong, the messa [...]


    2. I was disappointed in this story, even though I absolutely LOVE Lynn Munsinger's illustrations. It's a story about greed, but it's complicated by theft, when Gruntly steals from his friends, and, I think, a bit of stupidity on his part, when he goes his own way instead of watching where the others are going and following along. I think those complications muddle the message about greed. And while the opposite of greedy is sharing, one doesn't have to share in order not to be greedy. Gruntly's ep [...]



    3. One by one, the animals become fed up with Gruntly. He won't share his toys, takes things without asking, and never, ever shares. Why, he even takes the wool off the back of Woolworth the sheep and the feathers from Cluck the chicken. When his greed during a treasure hunt causes him to race off in search of the treasure before hearing the whole clue, the others find it first. Although turn about might be fair play, they save some of the treasure for their greedy friend. Touched by their kindness [...]


    4. In All for Me and None for All, Gruntly is a greedy pig. He always takes things from his friends and never shares with others, and his friends are fed up. When there is a treasure hunt announced, Gruntly cannot wait to find the treasure all for himself. Except, Gruntly gets too eager to find the treasure first, he doesn’t even wait to read the whole clue and he skips the last words, which leads him to the wrong clue locations. Gruntly eventually realizes that nobody likes it when people are gr [...]


    5. Gruntly is a hog. No really. He's a HOG! Yes, he is a hog of the porcine variety but he also is greedy and takes whatever he wants no matter who it belongs to. One day there is a treasure hunt. Gruntlys' head immediately filled with dreams of gold, silver and diamonds. As the first clue is read Gruntly hears most of it but is in too much of a hurry to get the treasure before anyone else does that he misses the last word and goes looking in the wrong place. He does this with the second clue, too. [...]


    6. Well, I am a long-time fan of Lester and Munsinger and am always excited to find one of their books I haven't read. Sadly, I am finding that not all of their collaborations have the same clever pop of the original Tacky books or Princess Penelope. All for Me and None for All doesn't really come close to those earlier works. Gruntly is greedy and always taking from his friends so he has more for himself. In a thin (even for a kids' book) plot device, he turns a moral corner and realizes that his [...]


    7. A book about sharing for one and all! Gruntly is a hog—a ball hog, a snack hog, a treasure hog! He doesn’t share his toys with his pals and, in fact, helps himself to theirs! And when Gruntly finds out about Saturday’s treasure hunt, he can’t wait for the first clue so that he may be the one to find the treasure and keep it . . . all for himself. From the delightful duo that created Tacky the Penguin and Hooway for Wodney Wat, Helen Lester and Lynn Munsinger deliver another playful and d [...]


    8. Gruntly, the hog, does not like to share but he does like to help himself to his friends' possessions. One day he sees an announcement for a treasure hunt at the Park and decides that he and no one else will find the treasure. He has visions of gold and riches but when the day of the treasure hunt arrives Gruntly is too impatient to listen to the first clue completely and runs to the sea instead of a tree. Subsequent clues are misinterpreted and Gruntly is the last to arrive at the treasure. Wil [...]


    9. The animals have a problem, one of the pigs is a HOG! He not only takes his fair share, he takes everyone else's share too! But then the treasure hunt happens. The Hog is so intent on winning that he leaves before the first clue is completely read. Eventually, he does get the treasure, but also realizes how much he's taken that wasn't his. A good lesson for kids that don't like to share, but manages to do it without guilt trip or similar heavy handed moralizing. And as it's Helen Lester writing [...]


    10. Helen Lester and Lynn Munsinger, the dynamic duo picture book team offer up a treasured story of greed and friendship with 'All For Me and None For All'. Gruntly is the slang definition of a HOG. His hog friends do not appreciate that Gruntly gives them all a bad rep. With the help of a park ranger, Gruntly's friends find out if Gruntly can change his ways or not.A very fun read, a great lesson without being preached and fantastic illustrations can be found in this fantastic picture book.I look [...]


    11. Gruntly is a greedy pig and hogs everything for him and shares with no one. He takes what he wants, even if it belongs to someone else. So, when there is a treasure hunt, Gruntly is too greedy to read all the clues and his friends get to the treasure first. Will they take his share? No. This act of kindness is a lesson for Gruntly.The detail and humor in the illustrations soften the story's direct message about being kind and not greedy. The treasure hunt clues are written in verse, which adds a [...]


    12. Gruntly is a greedy hog; but he not only hogged all his things but took it from others! After the scavenger hunt, Gruntly’s friends had left his bad of trail mix untouched [if Gruntly would have gotten there first it would have been all gone]; he realized that it’s good to share! I would recommend this book to be read in the kindergarten setting, mostly because the classroom may be a childs’ first time they ever had to share or use communal resources.


    13. Greedly US a pig who hogs everything. When he hears of a treasure hunt, he thinks of keeping the treasure for himself. Since he is in such a hurry to win, he doesn't listen to the last part of each clue. He isn't the first to find the treasure but realizes his friends have saved him some. He wonders if he would have done the same. A little direct in the teaching of sharing but should appeal to preschool to1st graders. Me, First by Lester is a bit more fun for a story.


    14. Greedy Gruntly pig wants to hog everything for himself. During a treasure hunt with friends, his attempts to outwit and beat them to the treasure all backfire, and he thinks he's left with nothing until his friends show him that they saved a bag of treats just for him. This story was just a wee bit didactic for my tastes.


    15. Helen Lester does a wonderful job yet again of showing a flawed character who can choose to do better. This greedy little piggy has to learn that when he has it all then there is nothing left for others. So if that is true, when others have everything he is left with nothing maybe not the best feeling.


    16. Love Helen Lester's books! Most of her books are illustrated by Lynn Munsinger. Perfect duo. Lester's books are as enjoyable for me to read as it is for my kiddos to listen to. We often chuckle at the same time and are engaged from cover to cover. Message and story are all wrapped up in her books. Love her. One of the best


    17. A greedy little piglet gets his comeuppance in classic Helen Lester style. As always, Lynn Munsinger's illustrations add a lot of humor. If you've got a greedy one in your house or classroom, this is worth a read-aloud.


    18. Sharing, rhyme, vocabulary, phrasesAll things found in this book. While a pudgy pig may not have been my first choice to pick up off the shelf in the end with both moral and manners, I find Gruntly endearing. A good classroom read aloud. *Thanks to HMH*


    19. Gruntly the hog learns a valuable lesson about sharing during a treasure hunt. In Gruntly's haste to claim the treasure all for himself, he comically misses parts of the clues. Even though animal friends claim the treasure first, all are winners as they share the last treat. Reviewer 17



    20. I didn't have the luxury of being previously acquainted with these characters, so it was hard to care about the characters. I found it a bit wordy. The lesson and story is good.




    21. Gruntly the Hog is greedy in every way, including his name. The others are surprisingly tolerant, although annoyed. He learns his lesson in the end (of course).


    22. Greedy Gruntly learns that it's better to share. Like other Lester/Munsinger collaborations, this is a fun, lively story with a good message for younger readers.


    23. Too Berenstain Bear-ish for me. And the line "Gruntly was so moved by his companions' kindness and honesty" is pompous and doesn't really fit the rest of this book. Next!





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