Kid Lit Village Review: ALIEN TOMATO

Dear Blog readers,

Thanks for stopping by the blog; I’m happy you’re here! It’s Friday, so time for another children’s book review. Today, I’m featuring ALIEN TOMATO by Kristen Schroeder and Mette Engell.

When a strange round red object lands in the garden, the vegetables wonder what it could be. All except gopher believe it has to be an alien tomato. Lots of humour in this story. Is it a red bouncy ball or is it actually Allie the alien? The suspense will keep readers turning pages.

4 stars

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Published by cynthiahm

I am a preschool teacher/music teacher who loves to take photos and write stories in her spare time. My dream is to become a published author. Follow my journey as I work towards turning my dream into a reality.

2 thoughts on “Kid Lit Village Review: ALIEN TOMATO

  1. I love Alien Tomato! Another great (but completely different) gardening PB is FLOWER TALK: HOW PLANTS USE COLOR TO COMMUNICATE by Sara Levine and Masha D’yans.

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