Billionaire Boy (Paperback)
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Billionaire Boy (Paperback)

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Paperback Published: 09/06/2011
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Joe Spud is the 12-year-old billionaire heir apparent of billionaire dad Len Spud, founder of the Bum Fresh toilet roll empire. Father and son have everything they could possibly want, from a bowling alley to a butler, but though loaded, Joe is lonely as can be. Not for long, however, because soon he’s bonding with Bob over bringing up the rear in the cross-country run and eating Mrs Trafe’s uncooked jacket potatoes in the school canteen, and despite ups and downs including time in the bin for Bob thanks to the school bullies, and the bottom falling out of the Spuds’ fortune, the boys’ friendship becomes the real deal. David Walliams has graduated from being ‘one of the guys from Little Britain’ to being a bona fide children’s author whose books have been translated into 46 languages worldwide (“that's a whole lot of kids, just like you, laughing their pants off around the world,” he points out on his website) and who is deservedly oft compared to a Roald Dahl for today.

Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
ISBN: 9780007371082

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8th May 2013
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“Funny but touching book !”

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29th June 2013
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“Billionaire Boy”

This book is full of character and emotion but has funny twists. I'd recommend it to (particularly boys) aged 8-10.

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26th December 2011
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