Monsters Say, "Eat More Green Stuff, Children"

This is both a fun and funny children's book and an adult satire. The Monster Family creates a TV program to extoll the favorite monster desserts, green stuff. Their popular show frightens an oil cartel, who believe the new popularity of vegetables will cause cooking oils to disappear. The Oils spread rumors that monster desserts are causing a pandemic. Monsters are banned from the airwaves.

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About Piso Mojado

I am always happy when a reader takes an interest in one of my ebooks. There's millions of choices for the discerning searcher so it's somewhat of a miracle when someone even previews something that I have written. To date, my most popular ebooks have been "The Death Of Medicine", about a surgeon called 'The Savior Of Mothers' (his techniques are now being used to combat a possible mega-epidemic called 'CRE'); a short story that is an homage to The Twilight Zone ("11/11/11")and accurately presaged the current American political situation; a short story about the pilgrimage of a real-life Russian idealist entitled "Why The Russian Language May Be A Clever Hoax"; and a series of humor books, the "If You Like to Laugh" volumes.
I also write children's books and children's comedy. I try to keep my humor clean and free from cruelty but, above all, very funny. "The Monsters That Were Afraid Of Children" and "The Dog Who Cried Woof" are my two most popular children's stories but I believe there are some undiscovered gems in my children's catalogue.
Finally, I also write satirical pieces, such as "Canada died?", which reflects on my thoughts after I recently found one of those 'Canada. 1867-2008' in-memoriam nickels among my change. (Save those coins--they'll be worth a fortune some day) and the Rocky the Rock life-lessons series.
I hope you enjoy all my books and stories.

Sincerely,
Piso Mojado

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