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Little Badman and the Invasion of the Killer Aunties

by Humza Arshad (author), Henry White (author), and Aleksei Bitskoff (illustrator) (UK edition)

Suitable for 9 - 10 years

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He’s little, he’s bad – and he’s saving his school from sinister imposters! Humza Khan is the greatest eleven-year-old rapper the town of Eggington has ever known. Soon the whole world will know his name. But right now, Humza has a bigger problem than getting famous. Things at school have gone REALLY WEIRD, MAN! All the teachers keep vanishing, and mysterious aunties are taking over. The good thing is, they feed the kids yummy snacks. Like, all day long. But when they start messing with Humza’s tunes, he knows these aunties are seriously bad news. He’s got to stop them before they destroy his music – and possibly, the entire world.

  • A deliciously witty tale of school and saving the world
  • Perfect for fans of David Solomons and David Walliams
  • Online comedian Humza Arshad is a YouTube favourite
  • Henry White is an award-winning BBC TV scriptwriter

Product Details

Catalogue number

5185 in Rewards Catalogue 2019/20







Date published

March 7th, 2019

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  • 352 pages


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