Horrid Henry Robs the Bank

Four horribly funny stories starring everyone’s favourite tiny terror. When being naughty and nasty just isn’t enough, Henry turns criminal – and helps himself to all the money he needs to win his favourite board game. More trouble is in store when he launches a school gossip magazine, vows vengeance on Perfect Peter for nicking his birthday party theme – and takes over as Head Teacher for a day!

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    We read this book in our reading group. We thought it was hilarious! We liked it when Henry sneaked into Margaret’s house to steal the rubies for the game. We don’t think Henry is really Horrid. We liked the arguments between the characters because they are funny!

    8 September 2015

  • I think that Henry finds it not fair that perfect Peter gets more pocket money than him .

    4 January 2015

  • I like it

    15 March 2013

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    love this book

    9 March 2013

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    SO DUMP THAT BOOK IS!!! it only shows a few sorry not few it shows - MET

    1 March 2013

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    Francesca Simon

    Francesca Simon is the creator of tiny terror and huge bestseller Horrid Henry!


    Francesca has won many awards including the Children’s Book of the Year for Horrid Henry and the Abominable Snowman at the British Book Awards in 2008.

  • Tony Ross

    Multi-award-winning Tony Ross has become one of the best-known creators of original and traditional picture books and his work has been published all over the world. As well as his own books, he has illustrated books for authors such as Roald Dahl, Paula Danziger and Michael Palin.


    Tony Ross has won a number of awards for illustration, including the Dutch Silver Paintbrush Award for the best illustrations by a foreign artist.

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