Little Badman and the Invasion of the Killer Aunties

£6.99

Umer isn’t to know that Miss Crumble is allergic to bee stings. However, a pet bee is not a typical pet. Miss Crumble is replaced by Humza’s Auntie Uzma. She arrives with laden containers of gulab jamun. The class learning seems to centre around food, suddenly. The children are delighted, especially when school lunches become something to linger over. Only class goody-goody Wendy Wang is suspicious.

However, Humza’s suspicions grow as teacher after teacher is replaced by an auntie. Suddenly it’s a case of ‘Little Badman and the Invasion of the Killer Aunties’. Who will believe him? Dad’s too steamed up about cricket, while Mum’s busy organising Humza to look after Grandpa. Humza’s forced to take on this role as he needs to save money to buy the most perfect video camera. That’s a necessity for his promising rap career.

‘Little Birdman and the Invasion of the Killer Aunties‘ is quite wonderful. It is a laugh-out-loud, jaw dropping excursion of horror, fantasy and farce. I recommend this title to all readers. It is on my 2019 godchild gift list!

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Little Badman and the Invasion of the Killer Aunties

Humza Arshad & Henry White

Illustrated by Aleksei Bitskoff

(Penguin)

‘Little Badman and the Invasion of the Killer Aunties’ begins uneasily. Umer has a pet bee. Humza warns him of the perils of having a pet bee, however he isn’t to know that one of them is Miss Crumble’s allergy. When the inevitable happens, it is the start of the disappearance of teachers. What is going on?

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