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Any Fin Is Possible: My Big Fat Zombie Goldfish (My Big Fat Zombie Goldfish, 4) Hardcover – March 1, 2016
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“A kooky, zany little story about a boy and his pet zombie goldfish, Frankie. The kids in my library are already clamoring for this book and I can't get it ready for the shelves soon enough for them. Keep up the good work” ―Wendy A. Emlinger, on Amazon.com on MY BIG FAT ZOMBIE GOLDFISH
“I saw this book on sale at Walmart, and I couldn't resist picking it up. The cover just popped out at me. It's a good sized book for young readers. I read it in one sitting, and I loved it!” ―Angela Roquet on Amazon.com on MY BIG FAT ZOMBIE GOLDFISH
“The book is packed with bonkers humour … Anyone who likes books by Dav Pilkey would seriously love this book.” ―Biteso, for TheGuardian.com on MY BIG FAT ZOMBIE GOLDFISH
“Finding Nemo meets Shaun of the Dead! Boys will be diving in to enjoy Mo O'Hara's two laugh-out-loud stories about an evil big brother, a best friend who comes to the rescue and an amazing zombie goldfish.” ―Lancaster Evening Post on MY BIG FAT ZOMBIE GOLDFISH
“My Big Fat Zombie Goldfish had everything a boy could want. When your first book is absolutely perfect, children do expect you to carry on the same vein. Thankfully, Mo has pulled it off again with a sequel just as good as the original.” ―The Bookbag on THE SEAQUEL
“I liked the book very much because it was extremely silly, and it had a mad zombie goldfish that did really cool things.” ―Fan review on TheGuardian.com on THE SEAQUEL
“Mo O'Hara writes stories that children can imagine themselves taking part in – and that is a large part of the magic. ” ―The Bookbag on FINS OF FURY
- Publisher : Feiwel & Friends; Illustrated edition (March 1, 2016)
- Language : English
- Hardcover : 224 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1250063531
- ISBN-13 : 978-1250063533
- Reading age : 7 - 10 years
- Lexile measure : 790L
- Grade level : 3 - 4
- Item Weight : 10.4 ounces
- Dimensions : 5.71 x 0.82 x 8.48 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #352,806 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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IMO, no more zombie fish books for us.
It’s great that an author responds when young readers reach out!
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In SPORTS-DAY SHOWDOWN, Tom, Pradeep and Frankie are competing in an inter-school sports day (well, Pradeep's competing in the chess; Tom's reserve in the track team) but Mark's also there with his evil vampire kitty sidekick, Fang. As the other competitors seem to lose their sporty ability, Mark is getting better and better. Can the trio get to the bottom of the mystery and foil Mark's evil plot for world domination?
The fourth in Mo O'Hara's ZOMBIE GOLDFISH series is another highly entertaining read divided into two stories, both of which feature the dastardly machinations of Tom and Pradeep's respective older, evil brothers. As ever, the friendship between Tom and Pradeep (who I absolutely love for his geekery and allergies) is well depicted and O'Hara is brilliantly imaginative at finding new ways to transport Frankie and get him to save the day. Of the two stories, SPORTS-DAY SHOWDOWN was probably my favourite because Camille (a reserve athlete for a rival school filled with over-competitive students) is a much-needed female presence and it was good to see her help the boys to save the day. Plus it was also good to see Sami back again, especially when it comes with Frankie's hypnotic powers. I do like the way Fang the vampire kitty is fitting into proceedings as well, mainly because it really helps to humanise Mark and makes me think that maybe he isn't quite as irredeemably evil as he likes to think he is. The illustrations by Marek Jagucki are a great accompaniment to the text and really contribute to the fun and I loved the little flicker illustration of Frankie in the corner of the page. All in all, I think this is another fun read for readers aged 7+ and I'm really looking forward to the next one.