A delightfully funny story, ideal for children practising reading at home or in school.
It's time for Fizzy to go to bed, but next door, Mrs Crumbleboom and her band are having a party. Fizzy is desperate to join in the fun. Will Mum let her stay up just a little bit longer? This family comedy from Ireland's Children's Laureate Sarah Crossan, starring the characters from Fizzy and Bandit , is perfect for Key Stage 1 (KS1) children who are learning to read by themselves. It features illustrations from Nicola Colton, creator of the Jasper and Scruff books, and a feisty heroine children will love.
Bloomsbury Young Readers are the perfect way to get children reading, with book-banded stories by brilliant authors like Julia Donaldson. With gorgeous colour illustrations and inside cover notes to help children get the most out of stories, this series is ideal for home and school. Guided reading notes written by the Centre for Literacy in Primary Education (CLPE) are available at bloomsburyguidedreading.com.
' Every child needs a Bloomsbury Young Reader. ' (Julie-Ann McCulloch, Teacher)
White Book Band. Ideal for ages 6+.
This is Book 18 in the Bloomsbury Young Readers Series. See all Bloomsbury Young Readers books here.
For supper, Mum gave Fizzy a hot piece of toast and a cup of milk
Sarah Crossan is Irish. She graduated with a degree in philosophy and literature before training as an English and drama teacher at Cambridge University and has been working to promote creative writing in schools since. She teaches English at a small private school near New York. She completed her Masters in creative writing at the University of Warwick in 2More about Sarah Crossan
Nicola Colton is an Irish author-illustrator living in Bristol and is the creator of the popular `People of Bristol'. Her work has featured in editorials, print and web campaigns for clients such as Boots UK and Failte Ireland and in various exhibitions. Her debut picture book, A DUBLIN FAIRYTALE (O'Brien Press), was nominated for an Irish Book Award in 2015More about Nicola Colton