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One of the last places you'd expect to find fun is in an elementary-school janitor's cleaning closet. Creator Jef Mallett has given life to Renaissance janitor Edwin Frazier, better known as "Frazz," who took the job at Bryson Elementary School as a struggling songwriter. He then surprised everyone by sticking around after selling his first hit song; the school will neverOne of the last places you'd expect to find fun is in an elementary-school janitor's cleaning closet. Creator Jef Mallett has given life to Renaissance janitor Edwin Frazier, better known as "Frazz," who took the job at Bryson Elementary School as a struggling songwriter. He then surprised everyone by sticking around after selling his first hit song; the school will never be the same. Frazz has a diverse cast of charming characters including eight-year-old budding genius Caulfield. He's a constant thorn in the side of bitter and burned-out third-grade teacher Mrs. Olsen, who still remembers having Frazz in her class more than 20 years ago. Caulfield needs Frazz to challenge him as he remarks, "School would be OK if it didn't interfere so much with my education." Hilariously naive Principal Spaetzle wants to be like Frazz. First-grade teacher (and first-rate babe!) Miss Plainwell is getting to know him better. And the kids at Bryson Elementary can't get enough of him! Live from Bryson Elementary is the first Frazz collection and will leave fans begging for more...

Title : Frazz: Live at Bryson Elementary
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ISBN : 9780740754470
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 128 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Frazz: Live at Bryson Elementary Reviews

  • Mary Catelli
    2018-11-16 17:45

    If you like Calvin and Hobbes, you might like Frazz. Not because of any intentional influence -- the author even denies that he intended Frazz to look like a grown-up Calvin -- but there's a certain affinity.Frazz is a songwriter who took the job of janitor at the school to make ends meet. Having had several hits, he no longer needs the money, but he loves the job. He also does mountain biking and has a tremendous crush on the first-grade teacher.Several of the kids are repeating characters, but particularly the bright and bored Caulfield, who threw off the testing results by filling out his form with a Mona Lisa by dot, and other such tricks, and often ends up in detention despite being the sort who reads The Old Man and the Sea for fun and talks it over -- with Frazz, of course.Various episodes. Including the time they accidentally took a class to see a farm and encouraged students to become farmers, vets, and vegetarians. The time someone brought a gerbil and didn't put the cage on a sturdy enough table. Eraser fights. And more.

  • Michael Stokes
    2018-11-20 21:49

    Despite!Regardless of the authors denial Frazz is an adult Calvin of Calvin and Hobbes fame or a very well crafted clone. An intelligent well read, successful song writing janitor seems so right. A person comfortable in a small town environment and comfortable with children and adults except Miss Planewell ( can you grok shyness?). When I read Calvin and Hobbes and Frazz I am like a kid who got everything he wanted for Christmas, giddy with joy.

  • Ken
    2018-11-23 01:04

    Frazz is definitely my favorite comic strip. It's witty and intelligent in way that is more encouraging than elitest. I love when I know and understand the references to various books that the characters make. I also love it when Im in the dark on certain references because that is something for me to look up and learn. You can't go wrong with the light-hearted lessons learned in this strip.

  • Robin Conley
    2018-12-03 22:13

    Frazz is one of my favorite comics and one of my favorite characters. I love the idea of a janitor who doesn't need to work but does because he loves his job and the company. It's a well drawn comic and it has a lot of great moments and fun references.

  • Jared
    2018-12-02 19:11

    Continuing the tradition of almost perfect. I almost didn't get to finish this because the kids kept stealing it.

  • Matt
    2018-12-10 20:56

    Lots of fun! I'm glad that Courtney got me into Frazz...

  • Marvin
    2018-11-11 21:47

    Funny dude

  • LauraW
    2018-11-13 21:07

    I love the cast of characters and the gentle, affirming dialog.

  • Beth
    2018-12-05 17:05

    A great comic, similar to "Calvin and Hobbes" in spirit. Intellectual and funny.

  • Carolyn
    2018-12-09 20:07

    Another fun read for laughs and insight. I love to read these every once in awhile, especially when I need a pick-me-up. Sometimes rather wry.

  • Peter Daniel Berg
    2018-11-15 01:00

    rock a

  • Jeffry
    2018-11-16 17:49

    Oh, Frazz, you are my hero.