How Martha Saved Her Parents from Green Beans by David LaRochelle

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With their silly black hats, boots, mustaches and eyes, the spindly green beans actually do look menacing enough to steal the show. A must for picky eaters.
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Martha HATES green beans. When some mean, green outlaws stroll into town, anyone who ever said "Eat your green beans" is in big trouble. But when the beans kidnap Martha's parents, Martha is forced to take action. She can think of only one way to stop the villainous veggies from taking over her town, and it's not pretty...or tasty. Featuring absurdly funny text and illustrations with attitude, this is a hilarious read for everyone - even the pickiest of eaters.
 

About David LaRochelle

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David LaRochelle (www.davidlarochelle.net) has written or illustrated over twenty-five books, including picture books, puzzle books, craft books, and a book for young adults. He lives in White Bear Lake, Minnesota.Mark Fearing's animated shorts have appeared on Nickelodeon, G4 TV, and on a variety of channels in the UK. He currently works across multiple mediums, and loves to tell stories using his illustrations. He lives in Portland, Oregon.
 
Published April 18, 2013 by Dial Books. 32 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Action & Adventure, Children's Books, Cooking, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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on Feb 27 2013

With their silly black hats, boots, mustaches and eyes, the spindly green beans actually do look menacing enough to steal the show. A must for picky eaters.

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