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Zombies Don't Eat Veggies! Mo Romero Is A Zombie Who Loves Nothing 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 ChanceSuper 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

About the Author: Jorge Lacera

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10 thoughts on “Zombies Don't Eat Veggies!

  1. Laura Laura says:

    Mo is a zombie with a secret He loves whispers veggies Yup You heard me Vegetables Zombies aren t supposed to like spinach and cucumbers and kale though Right His parents think veggies are gross But young Mo has a plan, if he can convince his parents that veggies can be yummy, he won t have to keep his love a secret any Nohiding But will Mo tell

  2. Melki Melki says:

    For a zombie, Little Mo Romero is a picky eater Brains and intestines hold no interest for him What he d really like to sink his teeth into is a nice, juicycarrot This is a cute and healthy tale about a kid who just can t live up to his parents expectations, and how they manage to work things out There are even some yummy sounding veggie recipes included

  3. Jon Nakapalau Jon Nakapalau says:

    Mo Romero yes, Romero is a little zombie boy who likes to eat veggies But Zombie mom and dad can t believe he craves anything so gross This role reversal usually mom and dad want you to eatveggies will make both parents and children talk about eating veggies in a fun way.

  4. QNPoohBear QNPoohBear says:

    Available in English with some Spanish words or all Spanish, this book is about a little zombie boy, Mo Romero, who just can t eat zombie food like his parents want him to He loves veggies He can t get enough of them Little Mo attempts to convince his parents to try veggies with very funny results The message is about accepting someone even if they re different A million

  5. Riley Riley says:

    Picture BookOkay, I am going to be honest here and say that this book had me laughing out loud in the middle of the children s section of the library It is a story about a zombie named Mo who likes vegetables, while his parents are 100% carnivores Poor Mo tries everything he can to get on his parents bandwagon, but finds that he is just happy the way he is, and that maybe they can

  6. Renee Lute Renee Lute says:

    There are so many reasons to love this book Megan and Jorge Lacera have such a fabulous sense of humor, accessible to both kids and their parents I love the bilingual element, the it s okay to be different element, the zombie family dynamic, etc A fresh book that hits so many notes.

  7. Ro Menendez Ro Menendez says:

    Mo Romero is a non brain eating zombie Mo is a vegetarian, a hiding in the shed vegetarian who wants to be his true self with those he loves the most, his mom and dad Authors Megan and Jorge Lacera don t shy away from being realistic within the fantastical zombie pun filled world they have createdoften than not when a family member does not follow the cookie cutter path expected and makes it known,

  8. Stephanie Bange Stephanie Bange says:

    With zombies as hot as they are today, this is a welcome addition to humorous stories for kids.Mo Romero is not like other zombie boys He does not like zombie foods like brains , man naise , Dori toes , or Chili con ojos Instead, he would rather a delicioso meal of celery, tomatoes and carrots Horrors His parents just don t understand his taste buds, however they come to accept him as he is because they are

  9. Dylan Teut Dylan Teut says:

    Pair with Gregory the Terrible Eater.

  10. Peacegal Peacegal says:

    I loved, loved, loved this Like a mashup of GREGORY, THE TERRIBLE EATER and Count Duckula with a dash of Spanish vocabulary thrown in, this is the story of a little zombie child who just can t stomach brains, toes, and eyeballs he much prefers vegetables Little Mo s parents just don t get it They do everything they can to get their son to eat in the traditional zombie fashion, but Mo is steadfast veggies, not brains, are for

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