Leo, age 7 said, “I really liked when the pea gets locked in the jello. It made me laugh.”
Gavin, age 5 said, “I thought it was silly when the pea got loose and made problems for everybody.”
Emory, age 4 said, “My favorite part was the dip and I want you to read it again sometime."— From Customer Picks
A spud fulfills his destiny as a supermarket superhero in this delightfully wacky picture book from the creators of Norman the Slug with a Silly Shell!
He’s the supermarket superhero with eyes everywhere—always on the lookout for danger. When the veggie aisle is thrown into turmoil by an evil pea, Supertato heroically springs into action! But this very, very evil pea won’t go back to the frozen section without a fight.
Will justice prevail, or has Supertato finally met his match?
About the Author
The Searcher by Tana French is one of the three best adult books I've read this year, and I think, the best she's written. Like her other psychological thrillers, this book shows her deep understandign of people and fine quality of her writing. But it also includes more humor than her other books, and unforgettable characters. Cal Hooper is a Chicago cop who takes early retirement and moves to a small village in Ireland to heal from the stresses of his job and his divore. But he gradually becomes involved in a mystery there through helping a local kid who seems to need a steadying adult influence. I read this book as slowly as possible because I didn't want it to end! And it's one of those books that stays with you for days afterwards - an atmospheric trip to Ireland.
Adult Mystery - reviewed by Nikki