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From the phenomenal number-one best seller David Walliams comes another collection of more hilariously horrible children!

Just when you thought it was safe to go back to your bookshelf, 10 more horrendously hilarious stories about the absolute worst children ever! From 10-year-old Hank and his endless pranks on his poor, long-suffering family to Tandy and her titanic tantrums, this brand-new collection is the perfect companion to World's Worst Children books 1 and 2 and an ideal gift for the worst children in your life!

This compendium of catastrophically horrid boys and girls is brought to you by the phenomenal number-one best seller David Walliams and a brilliant cast of comedy gold!

2018 marks the 10th anniversary of the publication of David Walliams' first novel, The Boy in the Dress.

©2018 David Walliams (P)2018 HarperCollins Publishers Limited

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I loved hanks pranks, honey the hogger , Walter the wasp and Kung-fu
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Worlds worst children 3 was an amazing audio book and I think you should buy it. The children are very funny and hilarious and I absolutely loved it.It was so cool and the narration was good too. In the past I have experienced some bad narration but this one is good. Story wise, the children were very funny. My favourite is is bossy Bonny. I also like the introductions in all three of the worlds worst children. I recommend it for 7-10 year olds I rate it 10 out of 10.🤗☺️❤️😐😎😍😄😝😀😆😁😚😬😊🙂😛🙃😂😗😌😀😄😬😅😁😆😇😃😉😋☺️🙃🙂🙂😊😌😍😘😗😙🤑😛

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This is a tidy old book, this is!

Everyone loved it, and it was filled with wonderful stories that persons on any age can listen to!

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funny book<br /><br /><br />

amazing book really funny a great story its worth the money/credit you should get it

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Amazing!!

This audio book is perfect for anyone aged 7-12 as it is............. Funny, happy and filled to the brim with the worlds worst children!!! 👍👍

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This audio was outstanding with excellent impressions of the children. A storyline of each chapter, very funny yet very gruesome.

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The best book goese too David wallims book because it has so much detail in the book i don't know what too say about this

I loved this book because you can get more details then you can e Dr that is why I chose David Wallims

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Moral lessons return with more awful tots

Modern morality tales with old-fashioned lessons at their heart and very appealing retributions.

The third in the series is very similar to what's come before - a collection of short anecdotes detailing the repulsive (or just mildly annoying) tendencies of ten 'orrible little oiks. Some pull funny faces, are vain or boastful, some eat their own bogeys and earwax, the worst of whom pull pranks, use kung fu on others and boss everyone around, even their parents.

A great selection of character traits and flaws, though they are of course stereotypes of the most disagreeable young people that might exist out there. With weak-willed parents and teachers, these kids dominate their stories and will delight readers keen for more tales of nasties getting what they deserve.

And it feels quite old-fashioned in the revenges and 'just desserts' offered - with old wives tales ("if you pull that face it'll stay that way", "if you eat too much, you'll start to look like one") forming the core of the comeuppances.

But Raj, you ask, where is Raj?! Ah, fear not, dear fan. I too was afeared that my favourite confectioner would finally be retired from Walliams' cast of characters, but was overjoyed at his starring role in a tale near the end of the collection.

My son is begging to read this with me. I listened to it myself first, and am sure he'll enjoy this as much as the first two. At 7, he's just at the start of the right age for such subversive stories, with lots of deserving bad endings. The author and a small cast of other voice actors take on the roles, with some rather simpering parents getting on my nerves (as I think they are meant to), but a spirited group bring out the cliches - the only thing we miss is Ross's illustrations which are always joyfully funny.

Deceptively short, at just over 3 hours on Audible. My favourite was the story of the Super Nanny coming to assist with a bossy daughter, but there is also a very funny introduction by none other than an American President (will readers understand all the references?) and other famous people get mentions throughout.

I would say that this may be a good point at which to wrap up this series. While the stories are amusing, the writing style itself is fairly standard and I believe Walliams' humour works better when paired with the core of bittersweet heart at play in most of his children's novels. These books of sketches offer humour and 'lessons' but no plot running through to follow, no hero to root for, no journey or adventure or chance for the children to develop past their deserved fates.

Popcorn reading, funny but forgettable. The audio version is enjoyable if you're happy to miss out on the illustrations.

With thanks to Nudge Books for providing a sample Audible copy.

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Awesome! Entertaining! Funny! (Also First)

I really like the Worlds Worst Children books and this one adds to the collection!