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Mo the zombie loves veggies, but his parents only want him to eat healthy zombie foods. So, Mo goes on a quest to convince his parents to "give peas a chance."
Kids can enjoy this book for the silly, gross, slightly spooky monster fun, while also getting valuable lessons on inclusivity, daring to be different, and accepting people for who they are.
Included on numerous "best of" lists including Kirkus Reviews Best of 2019 Picture Books List and Children's Book Committee's Best Spanish Language Picture Book of the Year. Also a 2019 Sol Book Box Libro del Mes.
Featured in: "11 Slightly Spooky Spanish Children's Books for Halloween"
Zombies · Food · Identity
Children's Book Press / Lee & Low
"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." [Kirkus]
"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." [Latinxs in Kid Lit]