Supertato – Veggies Assemble – book review and giveaway

I haven’t seen H so excited in a book for a long time, we were lucky to receive a copy of Supertato – Veggies Assemble free to review and this book is now a very firm favourite in our house!

Due to be published on April 21st this really is a very funny adventure, H even made up the story in the car before I had read it to him, the pictures lead to some imaginative stories from him that were very close to the real storyline!

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Having read the introduction on the back of the book we were very excited to find out the trials and tribulations of Supertato!

Supertato to the rescue!

The Evil Pea is on the loose and there’s anarchy in the aisles!
Can our supermarket superhero divert disaster?
Or is he going to need backup?

Great storyline and artwork for children to involve themselves in the world of vegetables, we struggle in our house to get any enthusiasm for vegetables to be eaten but after reading Supertato we made our very own Supercarrot and H actually ate some as well.  When I dropped some frozen peas on the floor by accident H spent a considerable time chasing the Evil Peas around the floor!

Supertato is written by the very talented Sue Hendra who has also written the lovely Norman the Slug series and Barry the Fish with Fingers (again highly recommended) and the wonderful illustrations are by Paul Linnet.

Supertato – Veggies Assemble is currently available to pre-order on Amazon on the following link:  Supertato – Veggies Assemble and one very lucky follower of my blog can win their own copy by entering my Rafflecopter giveaway below:

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Disclaimer – I was given a copy of Supertato – Veggies assemble free of charge for review but all words and opinions are my own

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53 thoughts on “Supertato – Veggies Assemble – book review and giveaway

  1. Hmm I was going to say avocado, but that doesn’t really work does it as it’s technically a fruit! I do think it would make a good superhero though 😉 But for a true vegetable, I think a sweet potato!

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