Horrid Henry's Evil Enemies by Francesca Simon

Horrid Henry's Evil Enemies

Written by Francesca Simon
Illustrated by Tony Ross
Part of the Horrid Henry Series

5+ readers   
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Feast on Horrid Henry and his terrible exploits in this roll-up of ten of the best stories about the boy who’s nastiness knows no bounds. Here, Henry pits his wits against his familiar enemies - Moody Margaret, Sour Susan and, of course, his own younger brother, Perfect Peter. Tony Ross’s illustrations entertainingly highlight the gross characteristics of these less than lovely children.


Horrid Henry's Evil Enemies by Francesca Simon

Ten brilliant stories about Horrid Henry's evil enemies - Moody Margaret, Sour Susan, Stuck-Up Steve, Bossy Bill, Perfect Peter and Rabid Rebecca the Bogey Babysitter, to name just a few - and how he schemes to outwit them, sometimes successfully, sometimes not.;Alongside these much-loved and laughed-over stories there is lots of new material, such as Horrid Henry's Top Secret Plan to Rule the World, Rules for a Secret Club, a Wanted poster, an exchange of rude notes between Henry and Moody Margaret, diagrams, battle-plans and recipes for Glop.;With many pictures in colour, including some new ones, this is a gorgeous treat for all Horrid Henry fans, just as funny and inventive as HORRID HENRY'S BIG BAD BOOK and HORRID HENRY'S WICKED WAYS.

About the Author

Francesca Simon

Francesca Simon was born in St Louis, Missouri, grew up in California, and attended both Yale and Oxford Universities, where she specialised in Medieval Studies.

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192 pages
Interest Age: From 5


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Publication date

5th July 2007




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