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Super Chicken Nugget Boy vs. Dr. Ned-Grant and his Eggplant Army

The title of this book (Super Chicken Nugget Boy vs Dr Ned Grant and his Eggplant Army) is quite the mouthful. However, it is really a really cute kids book. I have to admit that it is more geared towards boys than girls. However, Madison did enjoy it. The chapters are short, so they definitely keep the kids attention. This is definitely a book that you could read a few chapters a day in though.

The plot of the story is that Bert Lahr Elementary is about to be thrown into chaos by a mad food scientist with his evil army of eggplants! It is up to Super Chicken Nugget Boy to save the day. I don’t want to give away the ending, but it is a pretty enjoyable book. It’s for the 7-11 age group which is perfect.

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Lisa Martin

Lisa Martin

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