Little Howard's Big Book by Howard Read, Chris Chantler
  

Little Howard's Big Book

Written by Howard Read, Chris Chantler
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RRP £10.00

Synopsis

Little Howard's Big Book by Howard Read, Chris Chantler

A bumper collection of stories, puzzles, cartoons and loads of other stuff from the stars of CBBC's Little Howard's Big Question. Big Howard and Little Howard, the stars of BBC One's Little Howard's Big Question, apply their typically anarchic comedy to a bumper book of fun. 128 pages of hilarious chaos featuring: / Little Howard's Guide to Becoming a Vampire -- includes handy tips like drinking Ribena instead of blood and leaving airholes in your coffin in case of guffing. / Little Howard's Little Questions -- in which Little Howard answers lots of questions that didn't make it on to the TV show. / Puzzle pages -- including a crossword of cross words, the most ridiculous spot-the-difference ever, an impossible maze and a wordsearch full of rude words. / Decide You Own Adventure -- an unforgettable story in which you are a Bog Elf on a quest to save a Princess Lady Bear with the help of a Messenger Whelk. / Songs -- lyrics from all the (rather silly) songs from the TV series. / And lots, lots more (as they say). Pretty much guaranteed to be the silliest book on the shelves this Christmas.

Reviews

'Witty, clever, at times breathtakingly funny comedy! never mind Radio 4, Little Howard is worth the licence fee alone'

'The series continues to be a joy.'

'One of the highlights of the show.'

'You stormed that lad!'

About the Author

Howard Read is a Perrier-nominated comedian with a string of television and radio credits to his name, most recently the hugely successful Little Howard's Big Question on BBC1 and CBBC. Little Howard is a six-year-old animated child.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
128 pages
Interest Age: From 2

Author

Howard Read, Chris Chantler
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Publisher

The Friday Project Limited an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers
www.harpercollins.co.uk

Publication date

14th October 2010

ISBN

9780007391257


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