For the Arthur parody, see Vegemorphs (Arthur)
Vegemorphs: The Fungus Among Us, was a parody book written by Leif E. Green (the pseudonym of Chris Steinbach) and published by Troll Communications in 1998. Its plot involved kids who can turn into vegetables, who fight the "Jerkks."
Back Cover SummaryEdit
What if we told you that planet Earth is in jeopardy? That an awful plague is headed for you and everyone you know? And that only a handful of kids are empowered to do anything about it? Well, all of this and more is true. Five kids have a strange gift - an ability to morph into a vegetable at will - and only they can save us. For only nutrient-rich vegetables can ward off the spread of this ravaging disease. Beware: Potatoes of all kinds - couch, au gratin, French fried - now rule! So be kind to them. They know things we don't.
For the sake of humanity, forget what your mom told you - don't eat your vegetables. You never know which one might be our planet's savior - or your little sister!