Fizzlebert Stump

(1 reviews with an average rating of 5 out of 5)

Publisher: Bloomsbury

Living in the circus with his parents means Fizzlebert Stump’s life is always exciting. But hanging out with clowns and acrobats and fire eaters, and being part of deadly lion act doesn’t make Fizz happy. He just wants to live a normal life and have normal friends, and so one day, when the opportunity arises, he heads off to the local library.

This fun adventure makes a fantastic read for the classroom. Full of comical characters and disastrous situations, it will keep children entertained from beginning to end.

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