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Bart pays a hefty price for wreaking havoc at the Frying Dutchman, then stuff happens, and he is mistaken for the rarest fish of all, the Feios Peixes Grande! And for action, the Legend of Bartzan and "The Ancient Forbidden Golden City of Gold!"

  1. Bartzan and the Ancient Forbidden Golden City of Gold (a Tarzan parody, with all the Simpson clan (except Bart) being apes! / written by Gail Simone)

  2. Little Buddy Day (at school there's a "Little Buddy Day," where older students are paired up with youger ones, with Bart around, how do you think that will go? / written by Jessie and Amanda McCann)

  3. Scaredy Cats (Who will turn chicken when Bart, Lisa, and Milhouse watch a scary movie? / written by Chris Yambar)

  4. Bart's Big Spill (Can Bart give a speech in front of everyone at school? / written by James Bates)

  5. Bart's People (letters and fan art)

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Painfull 0

 The first half of the book is a parody called Bartzan. It basically casts Bart as Tarzan. It is written at such a level I can not even think of the child that could possibly be interested in it. Not too mention it commits the crime of being entirely humorless. A very painfull thing to read. It wasn't until the book returns to Springfield that any kind of humor returned to the book. Even that was not exactly sufficient to hold a story. I guess what is good on the television is not always good on...

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