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I am having the best afternoon, thank you, Winston. I’ve seen so many interesting animals already.”
After joining the actors’ union Equity, he changed his name from Williams to Walliams because there was already a person with the name David Williams in the union. One of the earliest novels written by author David Walliams was titled as ‘Billionaire Boy’.In "Fing" by David Walliams, meet the Meeks - a seemingly ordinary family - whose lives take a wild turn when their prank-loving daughter, Myrtle, discovers a peculiar, magical creature called a "Fing." Full of laughter, quirky characters, and unexpected adventures, this hilarious tale is perfect for young readers. This was such a cute story and I loved the messages in this. They included trying to normalise people's differences, promoting that we all look different and that's a marvelous thing!
Our servers are getting hit pretty hard right now. To continue shopping, enter the characters as they are shown If you have a middle grade reader in your life, you have to get them some David Walliams novels. Trust me, they will absolutely love them. In fact, why not start them off with this one. There's no time like the present.
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In this heartwarming and hilarious adventure, join Frank, a kind-hearted father turned unlikely bank robber, and his son, as they embark on a daring escapade to save their family and teach the true meaning of love. David Walliams delivers yet another delightful tale for all ages. Synopsis: A boy called Bob gets bullied for his funny face. He loves the zoo and enjoys looking at animals that look like him. Recommended Reads about Race, Racism, and Demarginalizing History - Necessary Non-fiction You Should Read for Life-changing Insights and Impact
In David Walliams' Ratburger, young Zoe faces a dreadful predicament when her evil stepmother, a burger van operator, tries to capture her pet rat. Join Zoe on a hilarious and heartwarming adventure to save her unconventional friend and escape her horrid home life.Bob had a funny face. At least, that was what some of the other children at his school told him. Sometimes they used more hurtful words than “funny”. Sometimes they called Bob “Blob”. Sign up to The World of David Walliams today and we’ll ensure you’re the first to hear the latest Walliams news, including upcoming events, special offers and school discounts. This is the story of how a boy called Bob meets a blobfish fish called Blob... And so begins a funny and heartwarming story of a very unusual friendship - and some very strange animals. An astonishingly brilliant World Book Day Book from one of today's favourite children's authors.