My Big Fat Zombie Goldfish 2: the Seaquel by Mo O'Hara


My Big Fat Zombie Goldfish 2: the Seaquel by Mo O'Hara

When Tom saved Frankie the goldfish from near death (by zapping him with a battery), Frankie somehow became a big fat zombie goldfish with hypnotic powers. Now Frankie is one fierce fish with a mind of his own (good job Frankie has appointed himself as Tom's bodyguard). When Tom takes Frankie on a trip to the seaside, they meet a strange old lighthouse keeper who warns them about the Evil Eel of Eel Bay - and sure enough, one lightning storm later, Frankie is embroiled in a fishy stand-off with a Super Zombie Eel. In the second story, all eyes are on Frankie as he takes on a starring role in the school play!

About the Author

Mo O'Hara grew up in Pennsylvania, USA, but now lives in south-east London. She began her writing and acting career by touring theatres and schools all across the UK and Ireland, working as a storyteller. As well as writing books for children Mo has written comedy sketches for Radio 4 and performed her own material in London and Edinburgh. Mo and her big brother once brought their own pet goldfish back from the brink of death.

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208 pages
Interest Age: From 7


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Publication date

4th July 2013



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