The second outing for Humza Arshad’s deliriously loopy Little Badman swaps killer aunties for time-travelling teachers. This wildly anarchic and utterly hilarious romp finds our eleven-year old rapper hero and his best friend Umer stranded at a summer school in Pakistan, where there are some very strange goings-on indeed.
'You've probably heard of me, right? Little Badman. No? Oh. Well . . . doesn't Matter. You will do one day. I'm gonna be big.'
I'm Humza Khan, the greatest eleven-year-old rapper Eggington ever had. I've also faced deadly alien slugs, killer aunties and double maths.
But now, I (and my best friend Umer I guess) face something even scarier - my dad! He's pretty fed up with us being naughty, so he's sending us away . . . to school.
But this is not ordinary school. This is a special summer school in Pakistan, and man something weird is going on - someone has been messing with time!
I may have to save the world again . . .
Publisher: Penguin Random House Children's UK
Number of pages: 352
Weight: 281 g
Dimensions: 198 x 129 x 22 mm
REVIEWS FOR LITTLE BADMAN AND THE INVASION OF THE KILLER AUNTIES:
'Wildly over the top and satisfying'
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