Praise for Little Badman and the Invasion of the Killer Aunties, one of The Guardian's 100 best holiday books for 2019
'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
'Microwaved pants and killer bees feature in this rib-aching comic caper, heightened with moments of real tenderness and heart.' The Guardian
"A perfect read for Tom Gates fans: prepare for big belly laughs and great advice on how to be yourself." BookTrust
'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.'
They've faced deadly alien slugs, killer aunties and double maths.
Now, Humza Kahn (and his friend Umer, I guess) face something even scarier - Humza's dad! And he's fed up with the boys acting up all the time. So he's sending them away to school.
But this is not ordinary school. This is a special summer school in Pakistan, and the two friends are about to learn that something very weird indeed is going on - someone has been messing with time!
The world may just need saving again . . .
The second book in side-splitting adventure series from Humza Khan and Henry White.
REVIEWS FOR LITTLE BADMAN AND THE INVASION OF THE KILLER AUNTIES:
'Wildly over the top and satisfying'
Rib-aching comic caper, heightened with moments of real tenderness and heart
Humza Khan is the greatest 11-year-old rapper Eggington has ever known. The problem is, school has got really weird: all the teachers are disappearing and suspicious aunties are taking over. But when they start to mess with his music, Humza has to get to the bottom of what's going on. With the help of his friends Umer and Wendy, Humza must hunt for the truth. Can he stop the aunties before they carry out their evil plan?