The Last Burp of Mac McGerp by Pam Smallcomb

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Fifth-grader Mac McGerp is the best burper in Withersberg. In fact, he's a famous champion burper-he can even move objects with his burps! Mac and his best friend, Lido Katz, dream of someday owning the Burp and Surf shop in the Bahamas. But with the arrival of a new principal Mrs. Goodbody and her strict no burping rules, Mac nearly gets kicked out of school for his award-winning talent. And if he gets kicked out, Lido and Mac's dreams may just go down the drain. Mac tries everything to get rid of Mrs. Goodbody, but in the end, it's one big burp that does the trick. A hilarious story about friendship, perseverance, and good burping.

About Pam Smallcomb

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Pam Smallcomb lives in Maryland. This is her first book for children.Illustrator Lizzy Bromley is a graphic designer and lives in Brooklyn.
Published October 3, 2003 by Bloomsbury USA Children's Books. 150 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Given Mac's charisma and his special effects–rich burp sequences, the tale's occasionally wry passages (Mac and Lido talk matter-of-factly about the science projects their parents have been working on for them), Mrs. Goodbody's Cruella De Vil–worthy behavior and barbs and a tidy ending, this is e...

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