"A hilarious new adventures for the best worst class in the world "
January 2021 Book of the Month
It is their headmistress, Mrs Bottomley-Blunt, who describes 4B (repeatedly) as the ‘worst class in the world’, and you can see why she does: even when they are made playground monitors, 4B just can’t seem to avoid causing mayhem and the most logical-sounding decisions (stay in the toilets all break to avoid getting into trouble) result in calamity, or as Mrs Bottomley-Blunt would have it, ‘a hoo-ha’. It’s the delicious combination of wrong decisions, sincerely taken, and the scale of the hoo-has caused that make the stories such fabulously entertaining reading. There are two self-contained episodes in each book and the speedy narration, cleverly placed repeating phrases, short chapters and wonderfully lively illustrations by Rikin Parekh, make them perfect for newly independent readers. They are such a treat to read aloud though, it would be a shame not to make this bedtime reading so that all the family can enjoy the fun.
This book should be read by everyone in the entire world because it’s great. The illustrations by Rikin Parekh are the best and add even more humour to the story. I will definitely be reading Book 1.
‘The Worst Class in the World gets Worse’ was hilarious. It’s about a class: 4B, and they are known for being the worst class in the world, especially by their headteacher, Mrs Bottemly-Blunt.
There are two stories. In the first story I met Stanley and his best friend Manjit and the rest of Class 4B and they are possibly the worst class in the world! When they finally get chosen to be playground monitors there are disastrous consequences.
My favourite part was the second story when the class go on a school trip and get up to so much mischief. I feel really sorry for their teacher, Mr Nidgett who is always threatening to resign.
This book should be read by everyone in the entire world because it’s great.... Read Full Review
When you read this book, you should watch out for a sticky mess and a toilet explosion!
When I first opened the book, I couldn't stop reading it and I didn't only find disaster, but I also found it very funny!
When you read this book, you should watch out for a sticky mess and a toilet explosion! If you don't start reading this book now, you'll miss out on reading about the worst class in the world because, I bet there is no other book in the world about a class that suffers this much disaster!
You will enjoy the characters because, in the story, they are very funny but also caring for each other.
I enjoyed the part where the two children, who were the monitors, wanted to come up with a secret plan but maybe they weren't quite ready!... Read Full Review
Fabulous book with nice storyline!
'The Worst Class In The World Gets Worse' is a fabulous book about a class which gets worse. It is an amazing book full of creative illustrations and different sized fonts. Throughout the book, the font is large and readable. I like how the author has given each pupil in 4B, the class, a different and unique hobby or personality.... Read Full Review