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The Secret Life of Mitch Spinach

3.7  ·  Rating Details ·  10 Ratings  ·  3 Reviews
Mitch Spinach seems to be an ordinary kid, but his classmates have begun to suspect something. The notes in his custom-made, temperature controlled Nutripak™ lunchbox appear to have been written in code. While other kids eat chicken fingers and pepperoni pizza, he mixes up his meal in a battery-powered blender before their curious and envious eyes. He is the smartest, ...more
Nook, 32 pages
Published October 1st 2010 by Mitch Spinach Productions, Inc. (first published August 2nd 2010)
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Oct 24, 2013 Peacegal rated it liked it
Shelves: library-gifts
Mitch is an elementary school student whose special fruit-and-veggie smoothies give him superpowers. He uses these powers to solve mysteries around his school.

Mitch Spinach is a gentle superhero story with no villains; rather, the mystery centers around a supply closet that keeps getting messed up overnight. Mitch uses his powers to discover a family of kittens that has been sneaking into the supply room each night. The school janitor agrees to adopt the kittens, and everyone is happy.

I wasn't
Dec 25, 2013 Shez rated it did not like it
I bought this book a few years ago when I was teaching my children about good nutrition. Since the book received great reviews on the Eat-to-Live forums, I had high hopes of it.

The book was a disappointment. It provided little to no education, a miserable storyline and a unbelievable heroes and villains.

Children aren't stupid, it's going to take a lot to convince them that bad guys are the ones who eat fast food and the good guys, who can achieve anything, are the ones who eat veggies. My kids,
Luz Herrera
Jan 29, 2012 Luz Herrera rated it liked it
I think this is a good book for my younger crowds. They obviously all like to eat candy and junk food but maybe this book will motivate them to eat their healthy foods too! Mitch is giving a good example of what veggies can do for you and it is definitely a plus! :)
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