We all have moments in life we would like to forget or just pretend never happened.
As much as he'd like to erase it from the history books and pretend nothing out of
the ordinary occurred, Eric Vale isn't likely to forget the day his name became
synonymous with Epic Fail anytime soon. Neither, it seems, is the Year Five class at
Moreton Hill Primary School. This is a story about one boy's dogged determination to
rewrite his past by doing something undeniably awesome so that no one -- not even
Martin Fassbender -- can say otherwise.
'Eric Vale Epic Fail' written by Michael Gerard Bauer and illustrated by Joe Bauer is a very funny tale about awkward and seemingly unforgettable events of childhood.
Junior fiction - for readers aged 8+.
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