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Meet the Magic Pickle, a dilly of a superhero who's fighting the food fight against a brotherhood of evil fruits and vegetables who are plotting to take over the world!Scott Morse introduces one of the most hilarious superheroes ever: a flying, green Magic Pickle!Magic Pickle is a secret weapon developed in a secret military lab---under little JoJo Wigwam's bedroom floor.Meet the Magic Pickle, a dilly of a superhero who's fighting the food fight against a brotherhood of evil fruits and vegetables who are plotting to take over the world!Scott Morse introduces one of the most hilarious superheroes ever: a flying, green Magic Pickle!Magic Pickle is a secret weapon developed in a secret military lab---under little JoJo Wigwam's bedroom floor. The fearless dill superhero meets his match in this feisty eight-year-old. Together they go after Ray Sin, a renegade raisin from the Brotherhood of Evil Produce. Ray Sin has a dastardly plan: to turn every human being on the planet into big, juicy, mindless grapes, so he can rule the world!...

Title : Magic Pickle and The Planet Of The Grapes
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ISBN : 9780439879965
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 144 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Magic Pickle and The Planet Of The Grapes Reviews

  • Rebecca McNutt
    2019-01-21 03:21

    Strangely likeable graphic novel with one of the most original superheroes to come along in some time, and its colorful graphics and great variety of characters will definitely attract younger readers.

  • Kaitlyn
    2018-12-30 04:15

    I did't go into this book with high expectations. I expected to be mocking it left and right, but was shockingly surprised that I enjoyed it for the most part. Magic Pickle wasn't as ridiculous as I thought he would be, he was just your average super hero. I did enjoy Jo Jo's reaction to being woken up at ungodly hours of the morning on the weekend because what kid want's THAT to happen. I hated the Razin'. I wish he had stayed silent. His lame jokes and mustache-twirling evilness turned me off. While Magic Pickle and his stereotypical superhero-ness didn't detract from his character (it's actually amusing to read the descriptions of his body), Razin's "First this school, then the world!" manic villain-ness annoyed me.These books are amusing for reluctant reader's who like super hero fare. Plus there are some comic book panels and other illustrations to convey various scenes.

  • Alex
    2019-01-20 22:36

    On a Saturday full of garage sale shopping, I stumbled across this book for a quarter. The cover picture cracked me up, and I had a quarter, so I bought it. Reading it for a college class assignment, I had the privilege of enjoying the hilarious tale of a Magic Pickle.A mixture of a kid's chapter book and graphic novel, Scott Morse introduces one of the funniest superheros there could ever be: a pickle. Full of action and punny food jokes, this garage sale steal was quite a funny book. I definitely would recommend the stories of the Magic Pickle to any elementary kids. It is a fast read with an interesting story line: pickle battles any evil fruits or veggies threatening the world.It was worth the quarter!

  • Moncerrat Gudino Valdez
    2018-12-30 06:16

    This book was very interesting, well kind of and it was also funny. I recommend this book to a 2nd, 3rd, or maybe a 4th grader. It's about a little called JoJo and she was sleeping and she heard a noise and also saw something. And that's when it all happened that the Magic had appeared. JoJo was surprised and confused, she just remember that there was a hole under her carpet or maybe a secret layer that the Magic Pickle was at. He said that he needed to destroy or catch all the veil vegetable or fruit and the Magic Pickle needed his help.

  • Pinky
    2018-12-30 05:30

    Hilarious illustrated chapter books along the lines of Captain Underpants or Diary of a Wimpy Kid with a grade school girl protagonist whose bedroom just happens to be above the secret lab of Dr. Formaldehyde, a Capitol Dill scientist who creates a super hero, code name Weapon Kosher, commonly referred to as the Magic Pickle. In this book, the Razin, an evil sour grape, tries to take over the world. The puns are A++++.

  • Thurston Hunger
    2019-01-18 23:22

    Read this (which is a book with a few pictures) shortly after reading the graphic novel. I think most kids would prefer the full-color panel-to-panel action of the latter, but the guys were okay with this. The story to me is less creative than similar Franny K Stein books, and the lead hero is not clever enough I think to make this work as well.Still I think my six-year olds would give this a higher rating than I did. So we may check out others in the series.

  • Powers Family
    2019-01-23 05:33

    Ben (almost 9 year old) likes graphic novels and he said this one was really funny. Just reading the description on the back of the book it sounds hilarious - "Meet the Magic Pickle, a flying kosher dill secret weapon, created in a government lab under the floor of Jo Jo Wigman's bedroom. He's here to save the world from The Brotherhood of Evil Produce who are threatening to take over the planet!..."I'm sure it's not great literature - but good humor.

  • Joenna
    2019-01-01 04:36

    Meet flying superhero Magic Pickle, a secret weapon developed in a secret military lab, under little JoJo Wigwam's bedroom floor. Together Magic Pickle and Jo-Jo go after Ray Sin, a renegade raisin from the Brotherhood of Evil Produce. Ray Sin has a dastardly plan: to turn every human being on the planet into big, juicy, mindless grapes, so he can rule the world!

  • Melanie Au
    2018-12-29 06:17

    Might be just the thing to recommend if readers feel like reading something completely ridiculous... Lots of puns and action. Illustrations and comics interspersed throughout. Writting isn't stellar, but this series may appeal to struggling and reluctant readers.

  • Grrrr
    2018-12-26 22:42

    realy gooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooood

  • Misty
    2018-12-29 05:24

    Get ready for tons of puns. It kept me as entertained as the kids. The magic pickle uses "lots of big words" as well, so it's great for increasing one's vocabulary. And it's just plain fun.

  • Collin
    2019-01-17 23:23

    it was funny and it had some action.

  • Megan Sewell
    2018-12-31 04:22

    Once again the Magic Pickle delights readers, excellent book.

  • Lucas
    2019-01-17 05:44

    Well it was good really good

  • Lizzy
    2019-01-08 06:18

    The Magic Pickle and our heroine must stop Razin' from turning everyone into sour grapes.

  • Mustang
    2019-01-17 03:30

    I love this book. My favorite part is when Jo Jo threw the strawberries at the grapes. Then they were cured. This is one of my favorite series.-TH

  • Mas5thgrade2013
    2018-12-28 00:42

    this book was really good-baconeggandcheese

  • Andrea
    2019-01-06 05:38

    It was a fun little story to read with Ashton. He enjoyed it.

  • Kkakaliouras
    2019-01-11 04:20

    So bizarre...but I have a couple of kids in my class that I know will LOVE it. :)

  • The Brothers
    2019-01-11 06:26

    Asher (7yo) read. "It was just okay, but interesting."

  • Kelly Carey
    2019-01-21 04:45

    Everyone turns into a grape at school. The Magic Pickle must save the day again.

  • Shawna
    2018-12-27 00:27

    I found the book to be a bit dull, but I'd still recommend it to fans of Captain Underpants, both for format and content.

  • Collin lankford
    2019-01-07 00:19

    it was a ok book for the age group of 6-10.the story is ok and is not as funny to me as a 11 year old

  • Asia Fontenot
    2019-01-13 06:20

    I really like this book because it was so cool and funny the people in it were so good and I will love to be in that book I will recommend this book to Alayna because she likes these kinds of books.