"No twist is tendered to give this old tale some new tension, so the story serves only as Muzak to Martchenko's sight gags, burly chowhounds, and a boy whose stomach was always bigger than his eyes. (Picture book 3-6)"
A rather lackluster story about the bottomless pit that is one boy's stomach, gains some momentum from Martchenko's (Makeup Mess, not reviewed, etc.) hoppin' watercolors.
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