Magic Pickle And The Garden Of Evil
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Magic Pickle And The Garden Of Evil

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Something rotten has taken root!

When Jo Jo Wigman and her classmates plant their new class garden, they're expecting rows and rows of plump, juicy fruits and vegetables.
But what they unearth is a pretty rotten bunch!
That gnarly old lettuce head, The Romaine Gladiator, rises from the garden patch with dastardly plans to reunite the Brotherhood of Evil Produce! Can the Magic...more
Paperback, 144 pages
Published May 1st 2009 by GRAPHIX
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Jo Jo and Magic Pickle are back playing checkers, fighting crime and ridding the world of THE BROTHERHOOD OF EVIL PRODUCE!!!!!! Jo Jo's class is growing a garden, a nice normal vegetable garden. At least that is what it is supposed to be. But when you combine mystery seeds from the school's compost pile and Jo Jo's Grow Forth and Conquer formula the results are anything but normal. Magic Pickle flies to the rescue and battles the Phantom Carrot as well as the Romaine Gladiator. Scott Morse has k...more
what a refreshing take on children's literature! i loved the entirey of the book! then again, i love puns! there was much action and some great twists. this is a book series that i plan on purchasing for my classroom library. on the down side - i did find at least 3 typos! almost perfect!
Jean Haberman
I'm not sure I'm going to be graphic novel reader...but I'm not a kid. Maybe kids would enjoy a book about vegetables taking over the world. At least they would learn the names of some new vegetables! The illustrations were violent with ugly little kids.
The Magic Pickle series is great fun and would fit into your SciFi selection. The series begins with the graphic novel, Magic Pickle , and then continues on with this book. Give it a try!
Meh. Still not a graphic novel fan, but younger grades would probably like this one. Lots of action and, of course, pictures.
These magic pickle books are so full of puns I'm all puckered out by the time I'm done reading. Sour good fun.
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Scott Morse (sometimes known as C. Scott Morse or C. S. Morse) is an American animator, filmmaker, and comic book artist/writer.

Much of Morse's published work consists of stand-alone graphic novels, although he is perhaps best known for his epic series Soulwind, a story serialised in a sequence of graphic novels, which was nominated for both the Eisner and Ignatz awards.
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