Zombis No Comen Verduras!
  • Zombis No Comen Verduras!
  • Zombis No Comen Verduras!
ISBN: 1620147947
EAN13: 9781620147948
Language: English
Release Date: Apr 2, 2019
Pages: 40
Dimensions: 0.31496" H x 10.51179" L x 8.74014" W
Weight: 1 lbs.
Format: Hardcover
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Book Overview

In this delightful debut by a talented husband-and-wife team, Mo Romero is a zombie with a deep, dark secret.

Mo Romero is a zombie who loves nothing more than growing, cooking, and eating vegetables. Tomatoes? Tantalizing. Peppers? Pure perfection The problem? Mo's parents insist that their ni o eat only zombie cuisine, like arm-panadas and finger foods. They tell Mo over and over that zombies don't eat veggies. But Mo can't imagine a lifetime of just eating zombie food and giving up his veggies. As he questions his own zombie identity, Mo tries his best to convince his parents to give peas a chance.

Super duo Megan and Jorge Lacera make their picture-book debut with this sweet story about family, self-discovery, and the power of acceptance. It's a delectable tale that zombie and nonzombie fans alike will devour.

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   A delightful story that has Spanish vocab sprinkled throughout
The main character is so endearing that you fall in love with the first page. You root for him as he's serving Delicioso dishes for his parents in a story that turns the standard dilemma on its head -- this time it is the grownups who won't eat their vegetables! And Mo fears that they'll forbid him when they discover his secret craving. Because Zombies don't eat vegetables. Except this zombie does! This is a fun-to-read story of a family who discovered that they can still love each other even if they don 't agree on everything.
   Fun book!
We heard this online on Storyline and had to get it after my child asked every night for it. Great lesson for children to be themselves even if they are different.
   Great book not scary.
My son bought the audio version in the online school and he loves the way the narrator animated this story, so I heard this book. My son loves it and is a wonderful way to read and comprehend. Great job, Chris ''.
   My kids are obsessed
Both my 7yo and my 4yo love so much this book. I've read this book so many times ''. Sweet story with an admirable message.
   Perfect Zombie Recipe
This book is one of my favorites to read aloud to my children. The puns are delicious alone! Mo is a zombie with a secret, he likes vegetables, while his parents enjoy typical zombie Finger '' foods. Mo cooks a plan to get his parents to try vegetables. This book has a recipe for food, fun, zombies, and kids will enjoy it.
   Don’t miss out on this book
A fun book! This story of the zombie - kid Mo Romero, whose parents don 't understand his love of vegetables works on several levels. It is a great twist for parents who struggle to get their children to eat vegetables. It is a massage of acceptance that all members of families are not exactly the same and thus emphasizes the importance of being a family. Best of all it is well-told and wonderfully illustrated with some great tips of the hat to scary films hidden in the art. Because of its distinctiveness, it will appeal to children older than the standard picture book range. Another plus is the availability of a Spanish-language edition. I have placed it on the list of “ Don 't Miss ”.
   So much love for this clever book!
The book is a family favorite! From the wise wordplay to the theme of finding where you belong, Zombies Don 't Eat Vegetables is sure to be a hit!
   I’m keeping this for me
We hit so much wonderful reading with our daughter before bed that I forget what a bland looks like. This is so funny and heartfelt, and art is a different level altogether. Our daughter loves it and has made it a favorite of repeated. Highly recommended, it goes on the shelf with the ones I keep for myself when she comes on to older material, next to A Sick Day for Clarence Goes Out West '', “Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs '' and of course Frog and Toad ''.
   Great for children!
I have been following the development of Zombies Don 't Eat Veggies for quite a while now and the wait was completely worth it! My daughter, who is on her way to the 3rd grade this year, absolutely loves this book. She has an interest in Spanish, so it was really interesting to read a book with several laguages in it. The art is beautiful and flows perfectly together, the style really holds a zombie feel to it. Jorge and Megan have taken great care in creating a wonderfully impactful story. Recommendation is 100% complete.