The kids at school make fun of her, her brother thinks she's annoying, and her parents are always busy at their ice cream shop. It isn't until she discovers she can fly atop her white Thunderstrike bicycle that Debbie Fine knows deep down she's "Dizzy Fantastic-Fourth-Grade Superhero!" After all, who else but a superhero would be brave enough to befriend Mean Mr. Wilson and his rabid black Labrador, T-Rex? But when a terrible tragedy strikes that even Dizzy Fantastic is powerless to stop, Debbie must learn how to trust herself and her own abilities before she can save the day once more.
This delightful debut from Andy Hueller is perfect for anyone who's ever felt alone or misunderstoodor has ever dreamed of unlocking the superhero within.
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 7.00(h) x 0.50(d)|
|Age Range:||9 - 12 Years|
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Every child can be a super-hero. Experience how Debbie, sometimes called chubby and plain, finds that deep-down inside she is a fourth-grade superhero. Your child will love reading it and you will too! Better yet, read it together.