The super (like, actually, with powers and stuff) series from the amazingly talented Sophy Henn, award-winning author and illustrator of Bad Nana! The perfect read for children aged 7, 8, 9 and upwards, and for fans of Dork Diaries, Tom Gates, Amelia Fang, Wimpy Kid and Dog Man.
“A SPECTACULAR superhero story that fizzes with fun on every page!” – Liz Pichon, bestselling author of the TOM GATES series.
BEING A SUPERHERO IS THE BEST THING EVER, RIGHT? WRONG!
HELLO! My name is PIZAZZ and I’m a superhero . . . You probably think that’s really AWESOME, and while it can be, it’s also REEEEEEEAAALLLLY annoying.
I guess it was sort of going OK (I say, “sort of” – I still have to wear a silly cape and save the world all the time) until this NEW KID showed up, and started WOWING everyone with their super powers. Yep, SUPER POWERS – just what this town needs, another super . . . Who just happens to have the coolest name ever: Jett.
And now, because of Serena and her gang of Populars, I have to compete against Jett in an almighty and ultimate SUPER-OFF.
But it’s fine. I mean, even if I lose, there’s space for two SUPERS in this school, isn’t there?!
Hilariously narrated by Sophy Henn herself!
PRAISE for PIZAZZ:
“Blocky comic-style panels, a fire-farting granddad and a conservationist message make for accessible, quirky reading” – Guardian, Children’s Book of the Month
“Sophy Henn’s funny new series […] a witty and original reminder that superheroes are human too” – Sunday Times, Children’s Book of the Week
“Full-page illustrations, comic-strip sequences, quirky typography and dramatic chapter openers ensure this book will appeal to more reluctant readers” – The i
“Sophy Henn’s lively, energetic story should be a hit with anyone who finds it hard to fit in” – Financial Times
“Perfect for fans of her previous series Bad Nana, with the same level of illustration and zany text throughout” – Booktrust
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Full-page illustrations, comic-strip sequences, quirky typography and dramatic chapter openers ensure this book will appeal to more reluctant readers