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Great book for elementary age kids. My daughter loves this book! Her favorite part is when Chompy meets the clown and faces his fears. She’s 6 and is practicing her reading with the Chompy book series every night! – Amazon Review
Excitement abounds when the circus comes to town!
SILVER MEDAL WINNER – 2020 RPLA AWARDS!!
Discover why “A Peek Under the Big Top” is #1 in the Chompy Series! Chompy’s fear of clowns nearly derails the show until Candybar’s antics and Chompy Juice help save the day. Stunning illustrations compliment this fast-paced, delightful story that shows why clowns are nothing to fear. A fun read for ages 3-10.
When the circus comes to town, Chompy and his friends volunteer to help out and receive tickets to the show in return. Chompy overcomes his fear of clowns and, with the aid of his Chompy Juice, helps out a friend. Along with Chompy, children reading this book should overcome their fear of clowns by learning that, underneath the makeup and costumes, clowns are just like anybody else.
A nice story of friendship and bravery supplemented with the colorful illustrations by Lauren Goldstein. I received this book in return for an honest review. – Amazon Review
About the Author
Nancy Beaule is the author of the award-winning six-volume picture book series, Chompy & the Munchy Bunch. It is a light-hearted series starring a carrot-munching superhero and a very naughty candy bar. Each story weaves a subtle lesson into the action-filled pages. Volume 5, A Peek Under the Big Top, won Silver at the 2020 RPLA awards show and Volume 6, The Spelling Test, won GOLD at the 2021 show.
Her passion for healthy eating spawned the idea for a carrot who gets superpower eyesight from a drink made from carrots. When Chompy drinks Chompy Juice, his eyes “pop” and he can see through walls and trees, often rescuing the ever mischievous Candybar who usually finds himself in a perilous situation.
Nancy’s path to writing is a bit unorthodox, having spent the last 30 years as an entrepreneur/inventor. She has a natural tendency towards creation, from starting a print shop to inventing the Pie Saver and a pizza/lasagna hybrid called pizzania. She felt the time was right to try her hand at writing, and has also written a young adult mystery, The Joker’s Revenge. She has two children and three grandchildren and lives in Maine and Florida with her husband. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, baking, hiking, fishing or anything adventurous.