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Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Meet The Rootlets & How They Discover Their "Super Rootabilities" - Children's Book #Review & #Giveaway - ends 03/06/15

Did  you know that March is National Nutritional Month?  To help your children to learn about the great benefits of vegetables, there is a new book series about The Rootlets.  These are a bunch of little sprouts on a different planet than our.  They are sprouting little super heroes with Super Rootabilities!

Planting the Seeds of Vegetable Power!

The Rootlets™ Brand Launches With
The Rootlets: Super Rootabilities

New Children's Book Tells of Superhero Origins

Available Now for March National Nutrition Month

Did you know that Veggies are Cool!  Veggies are Awesome!  Veggies are Powerful!  Plus, they are just plain fun with The Rootlets!  Enter The Rootlets, a new brand of characters so adorable and uniquely memorable - you'll want to eat them right up! Launching now for March's National Nutrition Month with The Rootlets: Super Rootabilities book (40p. soft cover, SRP $12.99) children and their families will be introduced to The Rootlets, a new generation of superheroes who, with their veggie hair and healthy habits begin the adventure of their lives!

The Rootlets: Super Rootabilities, created and written by Vicki Marquez and illustrated by Jeremy Russnak, introduces readers to the Rootlets - Brocc, Carrotina, Cornelius and Kaley - who live on Planet Planted in the town of VeggieVille with their dog, Basil, and their guardian and caretaker Yammy Grammy, who plucked them from the ground when they were just sprouts..Hilariously fun with bright, bold, colorful illustrations; The Rootlets: Super Rootabilities is a thrilling journey that showcases the super powers of plant-based foods and explores the magic of friendship and imagination. Super Rootabilities is recommended for ages 4-9.

"The Rootlets are so much more than adorable little superheroes, they're positive role models with the power to help kids embrace and love veggies," says Marquez. "It's my dream that families use The Rootlets as an entertaining resource to get their little ones excited about healthy living and yummy plant-based foods in a refreshingly fun way."

The Rootlets: Super Rootabilities book is the first product launched by The Rootlets brand, whose mission is to familiarize kids with fruits, veggies, and healthy eating. Future Rootlets products include apps, more books, games and toys, and an animated TV show. The Rootlets will also be launching their website, which will be an interactive experience filled with games, activities, learning resources and exclusive content about the characters and their magical world.

“Veggies rock and The Rootlets take veggie coolness to a whole new level - especially for the kiddos. My daughter is a huge fan. Great book, great brand, great message. I can't wait to see what's next for these rad little characters,"  says Chad Sarno, Plant-Based Chef Educator.

The Rootlets are just too cute!  Each of the characters is named after the vegetable they represent: Brocc is a broccoli Rootlet; Carrotina with her flaming orange hair is a carrot Rootlet; Cornelius is a corn Rootlet, and Kaley is a kale rootlet.  They all have different and terrific characteristics and personalities.  It's fun to learn how they discover their hidden talents.  This is one series a books you are going to want to get for your children.

The Rootlets: Super Rootabilities book is available now for a SRP of $12.99. CLICK HERE TO BUY THIS ON AMAZON!  For more information or to join The Rootlets fan club visit

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Giveaway: One of my lucky readers will win The Rootlets: Super Rootabilities children's book.  This giveaway will end on March 6, 2015, and is open to US residents 18+ only.  Only the first entry is mandatory, all others are optional.  Be sure to bookmark this page to come back to claim your daily bonus entries.

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