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Revenge of the Roach!

Todd H. Doodler

Publisher: Bloomsbury USA Childrens

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Summary

Just when you thought the streets of Stinkopolis were safe from evil . . . think again. Crazy Cockroach is back for revenge. He's bigger, smellier, and madder than ever. And he wants Super Fly and his sidekick Fantastic Flea squashed for good this time. 
 
To prove it, he's enlisted two dung beetle henchman to help him hypnotize and brainwash all of Brown Barge Elementary--using video games! Can Super Fly stop Crazy before it's too late? Or will Super Fly be outnumbered by his own friends? Stay tuned! 
 
Perfect for fans of chapter book series like Captain Awesome, this boisterous story told through black & white illustrations proves superheroes come in all shapes and sizes.
Available since: 06/21/2017.
Print length: 96 pages.

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