*Meet Little Badman in this hilarious and action-packed mini adventure, for fans of David Baddiel and David Walliams*
Praise for Little Badman and the Invasion of the Killer Aunties:
'Wildly over the top and satisfying' The Observer New Review Children's Book of the Month
'This book is bonkers but proper funny- it's Drake meets James Bond' Match of the Day Magazine
You've heard of Little Badman, right? No? Oh. Well. . . Doesn't matter. You will do one day. He's gonna be big.
Twelve-year-old Humza Khan, aka Little Badman, has saved the word TWICE. Alien slugs and evil time-travelling teachers are no match for Eggington's greatest rapper
This time, Humza and his two friends, Umer and Wendy, have narrowly avoided being hit by rock from outer-space. What does get hit, though, is a box of delicious samosas, which turn . . .
Radioactive . The three friends wake up the next day to find they have superpowers, which is pretty cool. What's less cool is the giant hamsters roaming the town. Looks like a job for Little Badman and his crew . . .
Humza Arshad (Author)
Humza Arshad is one of the UK's most popular and important British Asian personalities. After graduating from Richmond Drama School Arshad wrote, directed and edited an episode called 'Diary of a Badman'. Over 80 mlliion views of the series later, Humza became the first British YouTuber to have his own scripted
Aleksei Bitskoff graduated with an MA in illustration from Camberwell College of Arts and gained third place in the Macmillan Illustration Prize. His first book for Templar was The Monstrous Book of Monsters, followed by The Practical Princess Guide.More about Aleksei Bitskoff