Horrid Henry’s Monster Movie

Tearaway Henry has two main hobbies: pulling horrid pranks and thinking up great ways to get rich. Now he’s devised a wicked plan that might let him do both: making his own super-scary movie! It’s bound to be a hit – right? But the laughs don’t stop there. Nope; they’re only just starting, as Henry goes for an Olympic gold medal in crisp eating, and shares his bedroom with two arch-enemies. Tee-hee!

  • Four laugh-out-loud stories starring Horrid Henry
  • By the classic team of Francesca Simon and Tony Ross
  • Hugely popular series – over 14 million books sold
  • An ideal way to get confident readers fully fluent

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  • I love Horrid Henry`s Monster Movie, it is a great book, I especially loved Horrid Henry`s Olympics chapter as they had made their own Olymic Games with events like the Sweet Speed-Eating Competition, Crisp Eating Competition, Name Calling and Burp to the Beat and as The Olmyics are on right now it really is a story to read this summer!

    My favourite scene is a scene where Horrid Henry goes paintballing and shoots Stuck-Up Steve and Bossy Bill, that`ll teach them!

    I rate this book 10/10, I love Horrid Henry Books, all fans should read this.

    Charlie, aged 7

    21 August 2012

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    Francesca Simon

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

    Awards

    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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