Little Badman and the Rise of the Punjabi Zombies

Little Badman and the Rise of the Punjabi Zombies

Summary

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Welcome to Big School.


Humza Khan - aka Little Badman, Eggington's greatest rapper - might have finally met his match.

Evil teacher geniuses and giant killer hamsters (see previous Little Badman adventures for details) are nothing compared to starting a new school.

He's already been out rap-battled by the school bully, laughed at by his classmates. Oh, and we haven't even mentioned the ancient magical orb causing havoc and very possibly leading to world destruction.

At least Humza has found someone to help with his homework. It's just a shame this friend isn't exactly . . . alive.

© Humza Arshad & Henry White 2022 (P) Penguin Audio 2022

Reviews

  • PRAISE FOR LITTLE BADMAN:

    Wildly over the top and satisfying
    Observer

About the authors

Aleksei Bitskoff (Illustrator)

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Humza Arshad

Humza Arshad is the first British YouTuber to have his own scripted comedy series on BBC Three in the mockumentary series Coconut. Since accumulating over ninety million views on his channel Humza has used his influence and comedy for a greater purpose. In 2015, Humza performed at one hundred and twenty schools using comedy to prevent at risk teens of becoming radicalised. He is currently an ambassador for YouTube's Creators For Change campaign.
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Henry White

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.
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