By Katy Kelly, Gillian Johnson
It's no longer reasonable! not just is Melonhead's new fifth-grade instructor notoriously strict and suggest, his mom is making him consume increasingly more greens. So Melonhead and his friends get a hold of a genius notion to get out of consuming his mom's vegalicious nutrition, the entire whereas convincing her that they really love them. however the genius concept results in absolutely unforeseen and pungent results!
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