The 100th Customer

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Purple Bear Books, 2005 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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Ben Bear and Chris Croc are opening their own restaurant -- a restaurant that serves mouth-watering pizzas and luscious desserts. But their very first customers, an old woman and her grandson, order just one small, inexpensive pizza. "I'm not at all hungry," the grandmother insists, then sits and watches her grandson eat. Suddenly, Ben Bear and Chris Croc have an idea. What if they pretend this young man is really their 100th customer of the day -- and that he has won free pizza and dessert? This joyous picture book shows how a simple act of generosity can bring unexpected rewards, and that a full heart can be even more satisfying than a full stomach.

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Genre: Fantasy Media: Pastels/Chalk Review: This is a great fantasy book. It wraps you up in the plot so that you don't notice that the main characters are fictional. Your curiosity is evoked by the character interaction. Read full review

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About the author (2005)

Luminous paintings by Giuliano Ferri capture the wonder and joy of the birth of Jesus. Mr. Ferri lives in Italy.

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