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

  • 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.

  • Cory

    I started to give this four stars, and then thought "Who am I trying to kid! I loved this book!" Rot really is the cutest in the world.

  • Erin

    I bought this for my son for Valentine's Day. I decided to read it without him lol. I loved the message that you should just be yourself. The artwork was very cute and I loved it when he said, "Then I showed them my best side." They showed a picture of his mutant potato rump. Totally adorable!

  • Kris Patrick

    5 Stars because Ben Clanton spent a week in my school district and I am convinced he is The Nicest in the World.

  • Sarah

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

  • Lata

    Rot’s thinks he's the cutest potato in the world, and decides to enter a contest for the cutest being in the world. The competition’s tough: a floppy-eared bunny, a little cat and a little jellyfish. Who will win?

    Bold drawings make even a potato look dynamic.

  • Heidi

    I enjoyed most things about this book. Rot is a fun character who enjoys being himself, but when faced with a cute bunny, cuddly kitten, and peppy jellyfish he decides to try to be more. When that doesn't work out he struts out onto the stage as the one and only ROT THE CUTEST IN THE WORLD. While the book is cute and funny, I'm not a fan of the butt crack joke (apparently Rot's best side and 'the end' of the book). But if that sort of joke doesn't bother you, this is a fun book about beauty or c

    I enjoyed most things about this book. Rot is a fun character who enjoys being himself, but when faced with a cute bunny, cuddly kitten, and peppy jellyfish he decides to try to be more. When that doesn't work out he struts out onto the stage as the one and only ROT THE CUTEST IN THE WORLD. While the book is cute and funny, I'm not a fan of the butt crack joke (apparently Rot's best side and 'the end' of the book). But if that sort of joke doesn't bother you, this is a fun book about beauty or cuteness being in the eyes of the beholder.

  • Deb (Readerbuzz) Nance

    Rot, the rotten potato, decides to enter The Cutest in the World contest. When he sizes up his competition, he almost despairs. He tries to remake himself to be more like the other contestants, but that doesn’t work either. Finally, he boldly goes out and flaunts what he feels are his best qualities, and the judges—-who are all rotten fruits and vegetables themselves—-name him The Cutest.

    This story has lots of kid appeal and a nice message of the futility of trying to change yourself (especially

    Rot, the rotten potato, decides to enter The Cutest in the World contest. When he sizes up his competition, he almost despairs. He tries to remake himself to be more like the other contestants, but that doesn’t work either. Finally, he boldly goes out and flaunts what he feels are his best qualities, and the judges—-who are all rotten fruits and vegetables themselves—-name him The Cutest.

    This story has lots of kid appeal and a nice message of the futility of trying to change yourself (especially when you are a rotten vegetable).

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