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Gangsta Granny

By David Walliams | Paperback / softback | 2 Review(s)

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Another hilarious and moving novel from David Walliams, number one bestseller and fastest growing children's author in the country. A story of prejudice and acceptance, funny lists and silly words, this new book has all the hallmarks of David's previous bestsellers.Our hero Ben is bored beyond... read more

Format
Paperback / softback
Release Date
28 Feb 2013
Author(s)
David Walliams
Publisher
HarperCollins Publishers
ISBN-13
9780007371464
Dimensions
129mm x 198mm x 22mm
Pages
304
Format
Paperback / softback
Release Date
28 Feb 2013
Author(s)
David Walliams
Publisher
HarperCollins Publishers
ISBN-13
9780007371464
Dimensions
129mm x 198mm x 22mm
Pages
304

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05 May 2017

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David Walliams is the natural successor to Roald Dahl with his brilliantly funny and subversive stories of prejudice and acceptance.

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05 May 2017

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05 May 2017

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David Walliams is the natural successor to Roald Dahl with his brilliantly funny and subversive stories of prejudice and acceptance.

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