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The Worst Class in the World Dares You!

The Worst Class in the World Dares You!

Published: 20 Jan 2022

Paperback / softback, 176 pages

Recommended for age 7+

By Joanna Nadin

Illustrated by Rikin Parekh

Published by Bloomsbury Publishing PLC

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Head teacher Mrs Bottomley-Blunt thinks 4B is the WORST CLASS IN THE WORLD. She says school is not about footling or fiddle-faddling or FUN. It is about LEARNING and it is high time 4B tried harder to EXCEL at it.

But best friends Stanley and Manjit didn't LITERALLY mean to let flying MINIBEASTS free in the classroom. And they really didn't LITERALLY mean to do a series of dares to become the Overlord of the Universe. These things just happened, even though they had FOOLPROOF plans to get away with it all.

Highly illustrated and featuring two hilarious madcap adventures in one book, these stories are just right for children ready for their first chapter books.

Tagged reluctant to read

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