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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. This time his foe is one bad egg who's up to no good!In book two of Scott Morse's funny send up of superheroes, eight-year-old JoJo is hard at work on her homework, when Magic Pickle bursts through her bedroom floor. The flying kosher dill needsMeet the Magic Pickle, a dilly of a superhero who's fighting the food fight against a brotherhood of evil fruits and vegetables. This time his foe is one bad egg who's up to no good!In book two of Scott Morse's funny send up of superheroes, eight-year-old JoJo is hard at work on her homework, when Magic Pickle bursts through her bedroom floor. The flying kosher dill needs her help: there's a bad egg in town. The Egg Poacher is working for the Brotherhood of Evil Produce. The Brotherhood wants him to kidnap a "wild kiwi" from the zoo, which they think could be a welcome addition to their rogue produce gang. Egg Poacher has already created havoc at the zoo and by the time Magic Pickle and JoJo arrive, it's lions and tigers and bears, oh my!...

Title : Magic Pickle Vs. The Egg Poacher
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ISBN : 9780439879972
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 144 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Magic Pickle Vs. The Egg Poacher Reviews

  • Melissa
    2019-01-13 05:07

    Magic Pickle Vs. The Egg PoacherBy: Scott MorseGenre: Graphic NovelYoung Jo Jo holds a deep secret: she has a magic pickle living beneath her floor boards. How cool? Her class is going on a field trip to the zoo. The zoo has been overcome by a wild egg. It is up to Jo Jo to take the Magic Pickle to the zoo to stop the Egg Poacher. The troubles that ensue are comical and fun. Critique:A. The author uses a normal story format but throws in the occasional comic strip including graphics. B. I think that by using this technique, readers will be far more engaged or interested in the story. They don't realize that they are reading as much as they are. They also allow the pictures and their imaginations to fill in the rest of the story that is not included in text by the author. C. Pages 38 and 39 show a comic strip that includes pictures and words, but also sound words that help the reader interpret the story. It's a fun read and the pictures really help the reader interpret the story. Curriculum Connection:I would use this as a fun, easy-to-read story that students can read in a short amount of time and then create their own short story of other adventures of Jo Jo and the Magic Pickle. The teacher can instruct them to create the story in regular story format or comic strip format.

  • Oliver
    2019-01-11 02:34

    I liked it! Jo-Jo had a secret friend named the Magic Pickle. Jo-Jo went on a field trip to the zoo, but when they got there Ellen needed to go to the bathroom and when she was done, the class was gone. So she and Ellen wander around, but the animals are loose, and the two girls didn't like it. The Magic Pickle came too because a villain called the Egg Poacher was there! You should read it! Really!!

  • Sam
    2019-01-07 00:13

    I remember having this book back in the DAY. It was a half-comic half-novel adventure sort of like Big Nate or Wimpy Kid, but this one was heroic and gallant. And that was what made it a potential failure. Egg Poacher was dramatic but dull, riveting but rough, and superb but slow. I wouldn't agree 100% with this book. 45%, probably. You should probably leave and return to your Planet of the Grapes instead.

  • Waldmar1000
    2019-01-05 02:11

    This is book 2 of the awesome graphiv novel series- The Magic Pickle. In this book, Jojo and Weapon Kosher(Magic Pickle)must stop the Egg Poacher. The egg's plan: recruit a kiwi to join the group of evil produce. One catch: the kiwi is actually a bird. This book isn't written like th original, which was a big let down. Who DOESN'T like comic format? However, I do like the picture on page 1. I don't know why I like it, it just......... really nice. Nice work Scott Morse!

  • Brenda
    2019-01-18 00:18

    Who wouldn't love superheroes like eight-year-old JoJo and a Magic Pickle that bursts through her bedroom floor? A humorous story written in large type with short chapters and lots of wonderful illustrations. Easily captured my son's attention so much so that he couldn't seem to put it down until he read the entire book.

  • Pinky
    2019-01-22 00:26

    Another volume in the hilarious Magic Pickle series, an illustrated chapter book for girls who have graduated from Junie B. and enjoy series like Baby Mouse. In this book, Jo Jo and her class mates are heading to the zoo on a field trip and Magic Pickle must take down an evil egg who is on the hunt for the wild kiwi. Eggsactly the type of book to cure the "I'm bored"s.

  • Kelly Carey
    2018-12-28 05:08

    This book combines silliness and super heroes. The Magic Pickle must fight off an evil egg at the zoo.

  • Kathy
    2019-01-16 23:22

    Simple, humorous story w/ large type, short chapters, lots of pics - even a graphic novel section - yet has words like "formaldehyde". Maybe this is for a reluctant yet skilled reader?

  • Ethan
    2018-12-26 02:05

    It is an awesome book..........I love it

  • Leya
    2019-01-04 01:27

    This was actually a gift for me from one of my closest friends. I enjoyed this book. I think i was in grade 5 or 6 when I got this book.

  • Megan Sewell
    2019-01-11 02:21

    These books are so good, my daughter loves them, and I read them too!

  • Jackb56
    2018-12-26 03:19

    Fun book