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When Horrid Henry gets nits and his little brother Peter Perfect doesn't, he makes sure that everyone else gets them too. After that, he can turn his attention to sabotaging the school trip, ruining his parents' dinner party, and terrorizing Peter.
©1997 Francesca Simon (P)2000 Orion Publishing Group Ltd.

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"Read with psychopathic grace by Miranda Richardson...Be warned, we laughed so hard we crashed the car." ( Independent on Sunday)

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  • Laura
  • 19-05-2017

Love this wish I still had the book 📙

Brilliant sound affects and brilliant narration of the book I've listened many times and used to own this title on tape

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  • Johana Woodruff
  • 30-03-2020

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All the Horrid Henry books and audiobooks are encouraging children to be cruel to their parents and siblings. I think this is one of the main reasons why siblings usually squabble over everything. Written by Hannah Woodruff, 10

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