Synopses & Reviews
Izzy comes from a family of excellent burglars. But every time Izzy takes something that doesnand#8217;t belong to her, she gets a bad feeling in her stomach that wonand#8217;t go away. She tries to tell her parents about the bad feeling, but whenever she mentions it, they tell her she needs to be a good burglar.
Izzy finds ways to make the funny feeling in her stomach subside. She and her friend, Frog, start by tidying up as they burgle. They make the beds, dust, wash the dishes, and do the laundry. When the people come home, some of their things will be gone . . . but at least they wonand#8217;t have any chores to do.
But that isnand#8217;t quite enough. So Izzy also starts baking her special double chocolate brownies with gooey caramel chunks. When the people realize theyand#8217;ve been burgled, at least they will have a nice, tidy house with no chores to do and something sweet to eat.
But that isnand#8217;t quite enough either. Will Izzy ever find a way to get rid of this funny feeling she gets every time she has to steal? Will she find a way to be a good burglar and a good person, too? Readers will fall in love with this little troublemaker with a very big heart.
A sweet picture book with an important message about doing what's right and not giving in to peer pressure for children ages 3 to 6.
About the Author
has a degree in fine art. While teaching at an elementary school, she quickly realized that making childrenand#8217;s books was what she was meant to do. She resides in Northampton, England.