Horrid Henry: Horrid Henry and the Football Fiend

He doesn’t play fair. He plays foul. More red cards than Rooney. And more giggles. Tiny terror Horrid Henry looks almost normal dressed up in his football jumper. But uh-oh – don’t be fooled. Dirty players? Henry knocks them all flat. He’ll go to any lengths to win the class football match. He’ll even tell you his top cheating tips, like pulling shirts and stealing the referee’s red card. Three great stories in one screamingly funny book. The referee might want to send Henry off. But we love to watch him on pitch.

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  • Really funny

    16 September 2014

  • liked it

    Hazardously funny mayhem is in store when Henry vows to win the class football match by any means – fair or foul! And you can chuckle at even more awful antics when Henry gets his mitts on Perfect Peter’s secret diary, and has a face-off with his old enemy Bossy Bill. Three great stories in one screamingly funny book to make you howl with laughter, starring the tiniest terror around!

    7 March 2014

  • Goalllllllllllllllllll! Best story of 3 in this is definitely the football story where he plays a match to watch their local team!

    6 March 2014

  • this book was hilarious. sicken miss battleaxe when her mum gave henry the tickets.

    6 March 2013

  • loved it

    Horrid henry is up to his tricks AGAIN!!!??.This book is an amazing book that can make you laugh your socks and make water come out your nose.trust me it made me have water come out my nose.read this story and you will not be able to laugh again in your life.

    If you like football then you should defiantly get this book it is full of football madness.The question is will you be able to survive though the WHOLE book?better find out!GO ON GET STUCH IN GUYS!!!!

    5 July 2012

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    Francesca Simon

    Francesca Simon is the creator of tiny terror and huge bestseller Horrid Henry!


    Francesca has won many awards including the Children’s Book of the Year for Horrid Henry and the Abominable Snowman at the British Book Awards in 2008.

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