Prince Dandypants is constantly admiring himself in the mirror. When the Masked Avenger causes trouble, though, he is thrown out of his palace and told to find a bride. But nasty things can happen to princes in forests, running into unfriendly giants, killer bees and green things in swamps.
Test for Alistair: 1) How can I stop Mum and Dad discovering that I am the thickest one in the family? a) Cheat at all my exams? b) Change my family? c) Make big brother and sister fail their exams too? 2) Why does big sister Mel need total silence while she's revising? a) So she can sleep? b) So she can hear phone ring when boyfriend no. 103,244 calls? c) Because she's training to be a nun? 3) Should Mum shave the beard off a goat before she cooks it for her latest TV chef project?
Howzat! Strawberries and cream! Hayfever! School's broken up and I've got the chance to be a celebrity at last! There's a film audition in my neighbourhood and I'm determined to get the main part even if it means having to kiss Mrs Muttley's warty hands to get dancing lessons. Mum wants to drag me off on a family caravan holiday with Granny, but that clapped-out old toilet on wheels won't come between me and super-stardom. Nor will the caravan. My big brother and sister want to ruin my chance of fame, but I've got friends in high places, and I'm not just talking about Mr E when he's on top of a skip.
Another instalment of the anarchic diaries of 11-year-old Alistair Fury and his quest for justice for younger brothers. This time he's desperate to impress Giselle, his older brother's glamorous French exchange partner.
Alistair is fed up with being treated like a slave while the rest of the family is ill. He's still busy trying to wreak the perfect revenge when they're all dragged off to Ireland for a family funeral.
This is the hilarious diary of a put-upon younger brother, full of ingenious plans to wreak revenge on his siblings. Culminating in a scene involving a snake, a toupee and a live TV broadcast, Alistair Fury tries to wreak spectacular revenge.
"Hilarious! my son loved it and i did too"