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Zombis No Comen
Zombis No Comen
Zombis No Comen

Zombis No Comen Verduras! (Spanish Edition)

Product ID : 39753584


Galleon Product ID 39753584
Shipping Weight 0.99 lbs
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Manufacturer Lee & Low Books
Shipping Dimension 10.08 x 10.08 x 0.55 inches
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Product Description One of the New York Public Library's Top 10 Books in Spanish for KidsNamed to Kirkus Reviews Best of 2019 Picture Books List On the Children's Book Committee's Best Spanish Language Picture Book of the Year, 2020 List--Bank Street College of Education  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 niño 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 in Spanish about family, self-discovery, and the power of acceptance. It's a delectable tale that zombie and nonzombie fans alike will devour. Review FROM KIRKUS (STARRED REVIEW):  Tasty and homegrown, this hits a strange and specific trifecta: a lightly bilingual book that feels inclusive not only for Latinx kids, but also for different eaters and for those who aren't afraid of gory, monster-themed humor. (recipes)  (Picture book. 4-7) FROM THE HORN BOOK:   This Halloween take on a be-yourself story--with occasional, naturally integrated Spanish--is full of wordplay both in the text ("Holy aioli!") and in the muted digital illustrations ("RIP Juan Moortime," reads a gravestone). FROM THE MIDWEST BOOK REVIEW: Certain to be an immediate and enduringly popular addition to family, elementary school, and community library picture book collections for children ages 5-6, "Zombies Don't Eat Veggies!" is the storytelling debut of Megan and Jorge Lacera. Jorge's lively colorful illustrations are particularly and thoroughly 'kid friendly.' FROM DE COLORES: THE RAZA EXPERIENCE IN BOOKS FOR CHILDREN: Hablantes and English-speakers--Zombies and non-Zombies alike--will love this well-done and totally silly story of the meaning of family, yearning to belong and daring to be different. And non-Zombie kids will see connections to their own lives as well.  Zombies Don't Eat Veggies! and  ¡Los zombis no comen verduras! are highly recommended.  FROM BOOKLIST: The Laceras draw upon their own experience as a mixed-race couple to tell an unconventional but utterly relatable story of mixed families and Latin cooking (with a twist).  FROM MR. BRIAN'S PICTURE BOOK REVIEWS: Creators Megan Lacera and Jorge Lacera serve up a bouncy text that delivers several hilarious zombie-related puns. For example, the main character's name, Mo Romero, is a tip of a hat to famed zombie film director George A. Romero. There's also a quick homage to  Eating Animals writer Jonathan Safron Foer (called Jonathan Safron GORE). What I love about this book is how fearless the Laceras are: they don't hold back with the startling imagery. FROM RACHEL FUNEZ WRITES: Zombies  also features a Latino family and includes Spanish vocabulary sprinkled throughout.  With plenty of puns and an abundance of alliteration, this picture book makes for a great read-aloud.  A JUNIOR LIBRARY GUILD SELECTION FROM LATINXS IN KIDLIT: This is a fun, silly, and wonderful book about familial acceptance as well as self-acceptance...the importance of family is sure to open up conversations about children's individual identities. FROM DE COLORES: THE RAZA EXPERIENCE IN BOOKS FOR CHILDREN: "Hablantes and English-speakers--Zombies and non-Zombies alike--will love this well-done and totally silly story of the meaning of family, yearning to belong and daring to be different. And non-Zombie kids will see connections to their own lives as well.  Zombies Don't Eat Veggies! and  ¡Los zombis no comen verduras! are highly recommended." decoloresreviews.blogspot.com/ About the Author JORGE LACERA was born in Colombia, a