Henry White

Little Badman and the Invasion of the Killer Aunties
  • Little Badman and the Invasion of the Killer Aunties

  • Humza Arshad

    'This book is bonkers but proper funny- it's Drake meets James Bond' Match of the Day Magazine

    "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 has ever known; soon everyone will know my name.

    Only problem is school has got really weird, man. All my teachers are disappearing and our aunties are taking over.

    It wasn't too bad at the start, they keep feeding us delicious snacks. Like, all the time.

    But now these aunties are trying to mess with my music, so me and my best friends Umer and Wendy are going to hunt for the truth. Cos something big and bad is going on and we won't let anything mess with my music... or you know, the world.

    A hilarious and fast-paced adventure from comedian Humza Arshad and screen writer Henry White, perfect for fans of David Solomons and David Baddiel.

Henry White is a comedy writer, working in television, online, and most recently in children's fiction. He grew up in West London, began his career in animation, has written and directed adverts for the BBC, worked as a sitcom staff writer, and enjoys penning silly songs for comedy channels. He also has a birthmark shaped like a duck.