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review æ Awful Auntie 105 à ❰Epub❯ ➜ Awful Auntie Author David Walliams – Berkingmad.co.uk Tiddlywinks obsessed Awful Aunt Alberta and her pet owl Wagner are on a mission to cheat the young Lady Stella Saxby out of her inheritance – Saxby Hall But with mischievous and irrepressible Soot t Tiddlywinks obsessed Awful Aunt AlberEpub Awful Auntie Author David Walliams Berkingmad.co.uk Tiddlywinks obsessed Awful Aunt Alberta and her pet owl Wagner are on a mission to cheat the young Lady Stella Saxby out of her i.

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review æ Awful Auntie 105 David Walliams is an actor and writer best known for his work with Matt Lucas in the multi award winning sketch show Little Britain His debut children's novel The Boy in the Dress was published in to unanimous critical acclaim and he has since developed a reputation as a natural successor to Roald Dahl.

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  • Hannah Greendale

    review æ Awful Auntie 105 Awful AuntieIt's not difficult to discern why Walliams is being compared to Roald Dahl Awful Auntie is a humorous combination of flights of fancy and macabre backstory exaggerated villains and an ill treated child protagonist On top of which Tony Ross' illustrations are so like uentin Blake's it's uncannyThis particular book was not a huge hit for me perhaps because of the inevitable comparison to Roald Dahl who simply cannot be bested but this will definitely appeal to young readers and Awful Auntie won't be the last Walliams book I explore


  • Mark Lawrence

    review æ Awful Auntie 105 Awful AuntieI will admit that I have been biased against David Walliams purely because he appeared to get a free pass into writing books by virtue of being a famous TV personalityHoweverThis book was a step up from Mr Stink and I can't deny that it's very good I read it to Celyn and she asked that I give it 5 Personally I would deduct 1 and here's whySomeone bought Celyn this book in hardcover It looks to be if not a fat book then at least not slender Inside along with a font large enough to be seen from space and freuent illustrations no bad thing though Celyn can't see them there is one tactic used over and over to pad the thing outWalliams makes listsi these lists are only mildy amusingii and they get old fastiii each item is accompanied by an illustrationiv and it soon becomes clear they their only real purpose is to swallow up pagesApart from that I have no complaints It's uite a brutal book in the Roald Dahl vein with m


  • Michael Finocchiaro

    review æ Awful Auntie 105 Awful AuntieAnother fantastic wonderful Walliams book This time Stella Lady Saxby although she is but 12 befriends Soot a ghost in Saxby Hall and they team up to defeat the truly despicable Awful Auntie Alberta Add in a wonderful huge owl named Wagner and you have another classic and hilarious children's tale Oh and Raj is not in this book and wrote a letter of complaint included in the final pages Another must from Walliams


  • K.J. Charles

    review æ Awful Auntie 105 Awful AuntieThis was excruciating Five endless hours on audiobook in the car It actually hurtI have no issue with celeb writers if they do a good job But we have a problem when an author gets too big


  • Melki

    review æ Awful Auntie 105 Awful AuntieThis may be a huge hit with the under ten set but I was massively disappointed I do feel terribly sorry for the author who clearly suffers from Trying Too Hard To Be Like Roald Dahl Syndrome It's a real thing; I didn't


  • April (Aprilius Maximus)

    review æ Awful Auntie 105 Awful AuntieADORABLE AND HILARIOUS I can definitely see why David Walliams is being called the next generation's Roald Dahl


  • Katy Noyes

    review æ Awful Auntie 105 Awful AuntieI'm glad that children love these books David Walliams is helping keep libraries and bookshops busy with children reuesting his titles just as J K Rowling has done this generation are enjoying their books and hopefully spring boarding to other authors and titles that will fire their imaginationsBut I'm not going to give any author unconditional praise if it's not due But I was disappointed by lots of things in this latest Walliams offeringThe goodA wonderfully wordy opening scene expect KS2 teachers to use this in Literacy lessons on descriptive language setting the snowy scene in Saxby HallA bright and brave female heroine in Stella young heiress of a large country house orphaned but determined not to let her evil aunt Alberta steal her house from herA very amusing butler in the ancient Gibbon muddling up everything nicely Even though he is underusedA family tree very nice to see in a children's bookTony Ross's fantastical


  • Sophie Crane

    review æ Awful Auntie 105 Awful AuntieWhile we have enjoyed other David Walliams books such as Gangsta Granny Mr Stink and The Midnight Gang we found that Awful Auntie along with Demon Dentist are our favourites It is packed with great descriptions like Stella's scream in terror when Stella met Soot David Walliam's character descriptions are awesome and we really like Soot and all of the other characters In this book Stella had to solve the mystery of her parents' death as well escaping from Awful Auntie Tony Ross pictures' looked old fashioned and added to the story We love the way that David Walliams added Gibbon to the story to make it funnier


  • Kristina

    review æ Awful Auntie 105 Awful AuntieI can't get enough of David's books 💖


  • Gemma

    review æ Awful Auntie 105 Awful AuntieFinally I understand why my kids are so obsessed with David walliams and is books I really enjoyed this despite being uite sad and chilling in places it was hilariousVery well written and really enjoyable Its nice to have a substantial childrens book