Zombies Don’t Eat Veggies! read by Jaime Camil

Zombies Don’t Eat Veggies! is written by Megan and Jorge Lacera, illustrated by Jorge Lacera and read by Jaime Camil. Mo Romero is a zombie who loves nothing more than growing, cooking, and eating vegetables. Tomatoes? Tantalizing. Peppers? Pure perfection! The problem? Mo’s parents insist that their niño eat only zombie cuisine, like arm-panadas and finger foods. They tell Mo over and over that zombies don’t eat veggies. But Mo can’t imagine a lifetime of just eating zombie food and giving up his veggies. As he questions his own zombie identity, Mo tries his best to convince his parents to give peas a chance. (Spanish version also provided below.)


What’s up, guys, welcome to Storyline online brought to you by the SAG-AFTRA Foundation. My name is Jaime amu and today I’m going to read for you. Zombies don’t eat veggies. Created by mail. The Sarah and Horkheimer, Sarah Moore was a zombie with a dark, crazy, it was dreadful, devious. Absolutely. This big. More love to eat vegetable. He grew all kinds of veggies in his Eden garden. And then in his secret kitchen, he crafted salary tomatoes and carrots into dailies yours. So meals that he devour do with delight. Most mom and dad did not love vegetables. Not one bit. Phages were yucky, disgusting. Key ASCO. They were not allowed at their home meadows Diener tape. Ready to chase some humans in the marathon next week, Me, whoa. The zombies were supposed to eat zombie cuisine like brain cakes, brains to, and brain and being taught, teach as most parents insisted, that their legal eat only zombie full finger foods. Me, I’m owed Gracias, I’m not hungry. Mole tried to convince his mom and dad to give peace a chance. He sneaked in vegetables whenever he could. But most attempts were fruitless. His parents wanted him to accept war. He was a zombie. Zombies don’t eat veggies. More knew he did not like zombie cuisine. And he couldn’t imagine letting go of spinach or cucumbers or k you forever. The zombies are only supposed to eat zombie cuisine. More started to wonder if maybe he wasn’t a zombie after all. Day after day. Moon wondered how he could make his parents understand his love of edges. Is tomatoes word tantalizing is cucumbers, crispy. The peppers, perfection. Audience, some garlic, touch of cilantro and gas patch or holy, holy Mohan idea. His best one yet, mole grabbed his book of recipes. His fingers flew across the pages until he found that the recipe for a tomato and veggie fields soup, he was sure that tomatoes would make you look bloody and gloopy just like a zombie dish. His parents were going to the flower it. All. Sharp, standardized blend that in puree, perfected. And finally, the soup was finished. More carefully, shuffled it over to the house for dinner, where he found a feast fit for a zombie. More. You’re just in time. Try some arm and bananas, Myanmar prime cuts, meta. I made spicy man knees. I made something for you to try to it’s called blood, bile, Bisk, bone apathy gave it five brace or smells strange. Looks delightful. Cgc or brains must be dailies. Yasu. They dug in. More, close his eyes and sat in his breath. This was it. They favorite soup. They’d asked for mass. More. Imagine breakfasts, lunches, dinners, snacks or vegetables, raw, cooked food and cried for ever and ever. He saw all his dreams coming true. On TO most parents did not like the soup. Not one bed fuels me or the soup tastes like like vegetables. Most heart sank to his toes. His plan was surpassed. How many times do we have to tell you that Zombies don’t eat veggies. Maybe other Zombies don’t eat vegetables. But I do. Mom and Dad. I’m different. But I’m still me. Maoris, your roommate or your knee. You’re more more reminded his parents and he like Chase and humans as Iran in marathons. And he promised he’d always cheer for dad during championship brain eating competitions. He also loved doing the zombie shuffle under the moonlight with mom. He was a zombie arrow male. He just liked to eat vegetables. Most parents love their son and finally accept that, that it was okay to be different. Even promised more they would eat more veggies for him. But only a teeny tiny bit there. Oh, matters knew that most Zombies don’t eat veggies. For they were more than zombies. They wear a family. Well, I love the story for many reasons. First of all, it is perfectly fine to be different. Because a loving family, you’ll be accepted and it’s okay to express yourself. And as most showed us, he was very respectful of his parents and they were able to come together and compromise, ensure respect for each other. So don’t ever forget kids. Be true to yourself. Be honest, express yourself, and don’t be afraid to be authentic. Thank you for watching Storyline online. Make sure to check out all of our stories and please keep watching and keep reading. (As provided by SchoolTube video transcript.)

Standards Alignment

Suggested Grade Level: K-3rd

Standards listed below are for 1st and 2nd grades but can be adapted to Kindergarten or 3rd grade standards.

CCSS.SL.1.1, CCSS.SL.2.1, CCSS.SL.1.2, CCSS.SL.2.2, CCSS.RL.1.1, CCSS.RL.2.1, CCSS.RL.1.3, CCSS.RL.1.5, CCSS.RL.2.3, CCSS.RL.2.5, CCSS.W.1.2, CCSS.W.2.2, CCSS.RF.1.4, CCSS.RL.1.6, CCSS.RF.2.4, and CCSS.RL.2.6

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