Rot, the Cutest in the World!

Rot, the Cutest in the World!

A mutant potato learns that he’s pear-fect just the way he is in this bright, fun, and silly picture book from the creator of It Came in the Mail that will have kids collapsing in giggles (and rescuing the contents of the vegetable drawer).Rot is a mutant potato. Like most mutant potatoes, Rot loves all sorts of games and contests. So when he sees a sign for the “Cutest in...

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Title:Rot, the Cutest in the World!
Author:Ben Clanton
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Rot, the Cutest in the World! Reviews

  • Francis S. Poesy

    Cute is as cute does! But will Rot, the mutant potato, measure up on the cuteness scale when he enters a cuteness contest? This whimsical, silly, funny story, with perfectly matching illustrations, is sure to provoke laughter all the way to its cheeky end!

  • Kristen

    My daughter adores this book. I gave it to her for Christmas and it’s been the bedtime choice 3 days in a row since. It’s funny, the kind of funny that’s accessible even to perceptive preschoolers- unibrows & sly jokes about rear ends.

  • Anie

    This had to be one of the funniest pictures books I saw all year. And the end message is loving yourself for who you are.

  • Ro

    Rot has so much to offer readers. First up, honesty. Yes it’s okay to like to win, yes we all compare ourselves to others and yes we all have considered doing something we are not supposed to. Then there’s Rot’s joy of being who he is regardless of how he measured up to others. And to top it all off, when he shows us his best side, it truly is hilarious, even the third time around! I value how Ben Clanton presented the idea that we all have a group we belong to, we all have our people, without m

    Rot has so much to offer readers. First up, honesty. Yes it’s okay to like to win, yes we all compare ourselves to others and yes we all have considered doing something we are not supposed to. Then there’s Rot’s joy of being who he is regardless of how he measured up to others. And to top it all off, when he shows us his best side, it truly is hilarious, even the third time around! I value how Ben Clanton presented the idea that we all have a group we belong to, we all have our people, without making it a teachable moment, saccharine, or overly explaining the outcome, demonstrating he believes in his readers’ ability to think and draw their own conclusions.

  • My Book

    This is one of our new favorites! Rot, a mutant potato, decides to enter a "Cutest in the World" contest against typically cute animals who are disgusted by him. He tries to become more like the other animals (much to their disgust) but eventually decides to be himself.

    My daughter LOVED this book and really understood the message of it. Each time Rot tried to be "cute" like a different animal, she would say he wasn't any cuter like that and insisted he was the cutest just the way he was. Kids ge

    This is one of our new favorites! Rot, a mutant potato, decides to enter a "Cutest in the World" contest against typically cute animals who are disgusted by him. He tries to become more like the other animals (much to their disgust) but eventually decides to be himself.

    My daughter LOVED this book and really understood the message of it. Each time Rot tried to be "cute" like a different animal, she would say he wasn't any cuter like that and insisted he was the cutest just the way he was. Kids get it.

  • Michele Knott

    Funny and it has a good theme!

  • Mel-Mel

    4.5

  • Sarah Wilson

    Two words: Potato butt. 'Nuf said. :)

  • Garrett

    A nice variation on "the ugly duckling" in which, in the end, Rot decides he likes himself for whom he is instead of growing up to be beautiful. I mean, honestly, who grows up to be beautiful anyway? Not me, that's for sure.

  • Great Books

    Rot, an adorable rotting potato, decides to enter the Cutest in the World Contest. Our delightful spud loses his confidence though when he sees the other cute contestants. After trying to alter himself to be like the other participants, he decides to just be himself. Parents who are trying to teach their children about self-acceptance will love the tale of Rot, the cutest rotting potato in the whole world.

    Reviewer #12

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