The Trouble with Cauliflower by Jane Sutton

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Sadie has made her best friend Mortimer a delicious stew . . . with cauliflower! Doesn’t Sadie know that cauliflower causes extreme bad luck? Out of courtesy Mortimer eats the stew, and as he expects, has the worst day ever. But when Sadie tricks him into eating cauliflower again the next day, Mortimer has a day full of good luck (he even wins a free pizza!) and is forced to give up his silly superstitions . . . until he drinks lemonade, of course. Drinking lemonade always causes it to rain!

Jane Sutton has created two truly lovable new characters and Jim Harris brings them to life with his charming illustrations that are full of funny details.


About Jane Sutton

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Jim Harris lives in Nelson, New Zealand.
Published March 16, 2006 by Dial. 32 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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The ingredients are banana skins (“Mmm,” says Mortimer), coconut meat (“Yum yum,” says Mortimer), and cauliflower—“Ack!” screams Mortimer.

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