The World's Worst Children 3

Winner of the Laugh Out Loud Book Awards 2020 Ages 6-8 category!

Aaargh! Just when you thought it was safe to go back to your bookshelf, David’s bad kids strike again. Quick – hide in a nuclear bunker! Ten more repellent little nippers are coming out to play. And trust us, you don’t want to be seen with them. There’s horrible Hank, who plays endless pranks on his family. There’s Tandy, whose titanic tantrums are stormy enough to sink ships. Plus eight more appalling brats, all illustrated in gruesome full-colour by the seriously brave Tony Ross: the only person who dares get close enough to sketch them!

  • A third witty collection of hilariously horrible kids
  • Ten cautionary tales with colour artwork by Tony Ross
  • The first two series books have been brilliantly yucky hits
  • David Walliams has sold over 8 million fabulous books

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    David Walliams

    Comedian and writer David Walliams is one of Britain’s bestselling children’s authors


    David Walliams has twice won Children’s Book of the Year at the National Book Awards, for Ratburger and The Demon Dentist, along with many regional prizes including the Sheffield, Doncaster, Stockport and Lincolnshire Young People’s Book Awards.

  • Tony Ross

    Multi-award-winning Tony Ross has become one of the best-known creators of original and traditional picture books and his work has been published all over the world. As well as his own books, he has illustrated books for authors such as Roald Dahl, Paula Danziger and Michael Palin.


    Tony Ross has won a number of awards for illustration, including the Dutch Silver Paintbrush Award for the best illustrations by a foreign artist.

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