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Four stories about Horrid Henry, everyone's favourite awful child, and, as Books for Keeps called him, "the child every teacher has nightmares about".

Four fabulous new stories: Horrid Henry builds himself a time machine and tricks Perfect Peter, Perfect Peter strikes back, Henry eats snails at Restaurant Le Posh, and is dragged out on a horrendous hike.

These hilarious stories are brilliantly read by the infectiously cheeky Miranda Richardson (Queen Elizabeth in Blackadder), with sound effects and specially written music.

©2005 Francesca Simon (P)2005 Orion Publishing Group Ltd.

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"Four hideously funny stories about the eternal battle between Horrid Henry and his brother Perfect Peter." ( Saturday Times)

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  • Imogen
  • 26-04-2020

not great voice but funny and laughs aplenty. hah

but the the narrator has a bit of a shrieking voice.but a bit good

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  • Lisa
  • 07-01-2017

funny

In this book has 4 different stories 1Horrid Henry's hike 2 horrid Henry and the mega mean time machine 3 Perfect Peter's revenge 4 Horrid Henry dine at le posh
My favourite is Horrid Henry and the mega mean time machine because he said a cardboard box is a time machine. this book is good for kids aged 4-10.

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