Fritz Fombie Have No Fear (Volume 1)
T.E. Antonino takes his readers on a whirlwind ride full of imagination and mischievous fun. In Fritz Frombie Have No Fear, Mr. Antonino delivers a fun, whimsical, eccentric suspenseful story that will take readers on one amusing journey of self discovery. With a relatable heroine, the author weaves a story that will entice young bookworms to get lost in a story of a young heroine discovering her inner strength and facing her fears. With an engaging cast of characters that are relatable for young elementary students, Mr. Antonino creates a story where our imaginations can soar.
“Whistle a tune and what you want most will happen soon.”
Fannie is a fourth grader who has so many fears. She is afraid of so many things and she keeps a list of her fears. It seems her list of fears are endless. Luckily for Fannie, her best friend, Abby accepts her and all her fears. When her school has a school hop dance, Fannie fears that another girl will ask the boy that she likes out. So yet again, she has another fear to tack onto her list. But one of one her greatest fear is when her parents go away for the weekend. Fannie fears that Stink Warts,” the monster under her bed will get her. So when her parents had to go away for the weekend, Fannie never expected to have Fritz Fombie magically appear and help her face each one of her fears. Fritz Fombie is a young zombie, but he is none of those scary walking dead kind. As Fannie tackles each of her fears with the help of Fritz Fombie and her friend Abby, she takes readers on a fun and humorous whirlwind of crazy antics that is both suspenseful and entertaining.
Though this book is about a young heroine and her crazy adventure, this book really emphasize the important lesson of courage, friendship, honesty, and not letting your fears hinder you from enjoying life. So if you are looking for a book that is entertaining, suspenseful, fun, colorful, and teaches an important valuable life lesson, then I highly recommend this book for young readers, parents, and librarians.
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|Author||T. E. Antonino|
|Page Count||131 pages|
|Publisher||T. E. Antonino|
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