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My Headteacher is a Vampire Rat - cover

My Headteacher is a Vampire Rat

Pamela Butchart

Publisher: Nosy Crow

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Summary

The third zippy and zany tale by Pamela Butchart sees Izzy and her friends plunged into more primary-school craziness. This time, they decide that their new head teacher is a vampire rat, based on his being slightly scary, having the blinds drawn in his office during the day and the fact he's banned garlic bread at lunchtimes. Now they just have to come up with a plan to vanquish him...

Another brilliantly funny longer read for the newly confident reader from the best-selling, award-winning, author-illustrator team, Pamela Butchart and Thomas Flintham.
Read more of Izzy's adventures!
Baby Aliens Got My Teacher
The Spy Who Loved School Dinners
Attack of the Demon Dinner Ladies
To Wee Or Not To Wee!
There's a Werewolf in my Tent
There's a Yeti in the Playground
The Phantom Lollipop Man
Icarus Was Ridiculous
Available since: 01/09/2015.
Print length: 272 pages.

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