|aIt's the end when I say it's the end |cStephan Pastis.
|aIt is the end when I say it is the end
|aSomerville, Mass. |bCandlewick Press|c2018.
|a330 p. |bill. |c21 cm.
|aTimmy Failure |v7
|aWhen his memoirs are being turned into a movie, Timmy must deal with a buffoonish movie director, while his polar bear business partner Total wants to be reunited with his family and Timmy's father is back in town working at a bar.
In the series finale, Timmy Failure and his class create a hilarious film about his life -- just in time for the holidays.Though I, Timmy Failure, have solved many notorious crimes and now wish to enjoy my retirement, my fans have begged me to turn my memoirs into a movie, an ode to my greatness. I am, however, beset by enemies, the worst of whom is Tom John John, the buffoonish movie director.What's more, my father is in town, working at a bar, which is obviously just a cover for our father-son crime-fighting partnership. And my dim-witted polar bear business partner, Total, wants to be reunited with his family. I should have known it would end like this. I expected more.
Stephan Pastis is the creator of the New York Times bestsellers Timmy Failure: Mistakes Were Made and Timmy Failure: Now Look What You’ve Done, as well as Pearls Before Swine, an acclaimed comic strip that appears in more than seven hundred newspapers. He lives in northern California.