Lunch Lady: Graphic Novels By Jarrett J. Krosocza

Lunch Lady Series
Lunch Lady: Graphic Novels By Jarrett J. Krosocza - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Aug 04, 2009
( Rating: 5 Star Rating)

The Lunch Lady series by Jarrett J. Krosocza has finally arrived – and it’s every bit as delicious as that mystery meat they serve in your school cafeteria!

This is a two-in-one review for all you graphic novel lovers out there. The Lunch Lady series by Jarrett J. Krosocza has finally arrived – and it’s every bit as delicious as that mystery meat they serve in your school cafeteria!

Lunch Lady is a series of graphic novels that starts off with two titles:

  • Lunch Lady And The Cyborg Substitute
  • Lunch Lady And The League Of Librarians

  • Lunch Lady And The Cyborg Substitute

    Ever thought of what REALLY happens in the life of the cafeteria lunch lady? Most people don’t, so we don’t blame you if you haven’t, either. It’s the same for Hector, Terrence and Dee, three students who’ve recently started to wonder if their school’s lunch lady has a family to take care of or if she’s some kind of secret agent spy living a double life right in their very own school!

    As it turns out, Lunch Lady and her sidekick, Betty, do have something going on. Beneath the cafeteria is a lab where ordinary kitchen utensils are transformed into invincible fighting machines that help the two superheroes do their crime-fighting work and, in this book, save the school from a substitute teacher – Mr. Pasteur – who isn’t what he appears to be, either.

    Lunch Lady And The League Of Librarians

    The second graphic novel in the Lunch Lady series could possibly be even better than the first! In this new adventure, Hector, Terrence and Dee have noticed that the school librarians are acting weird. Really weird.

    Luckily, they’re not the only ones who notice this change – Lunch Lady and Betty to the rescue! Could the librarians be hatching an evil plan that has something to do with the countdown to the release of a new video gaming system (the X-Station 5000)? Is it the stress of setting up and managing the annual book fair?

    The Author

    You may recognize the name Jarrett J. Krosocza from the Captain Underpants series. And, if you do, you know you’re in for a treat with his new Lunch Lady books! Here's a video about Lunch Lady to whet your appetite!

    Lunch Lady Series Rating: 5

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