The second awesome diary from Dennis the Menace! I've had the WORST NEWS EVER! The boring Mayor has entered Beanotown in a FLOWER competition and you know what awful stinky creatures flowers attract? SOFTIES. Me and Gnasher are going to have to think of a brilliant emergency menacing plan to save Beanotown from the invasion.
Penguin presents the unabridged, downloadable audiobook edition of The Diary of Dennis the Menace: Rollercoaster Riot, brought to life with fun and immersive sound effects and music. All aboard The Vomit Comet! Guess what fellow menaces - the world's biggest roller coaster is opening in Beanoland this summer! I just need to win an easy-peasy competition to be the first Bash Street School student to ride it - and I might have to trick a few Softies as well....
Snakes and snails and spiders for dinner! Kate was having a bad day. Her first morning at her new school and already her clothes have gone missing, her best friend has disappeared, and her new teacher is a comic-reading gorilla. Something is very wrong! Francesca Simon brings every child's worst nightmare to life in this funny, original story.
The Diary of Dennis the Menace gives listeners the inside story on every cheeky trick and prank played by the star of The Beano. Written and read by Roald Dahl Funny Prize-shortlisted author of The Wrong Pong series, Steven Butler, this hilarious book will delight Beano fans. Meet Dennis, Gnasher, and friends (and enemies!) and explore Beanotown with Dennis as your guide. This is a brilliant celebration of classic British comedy in the year that The Beano celebrates 75 years.This audiobook features sound effects.
AARDVARK: shouts at. Baked Beans: drops on cat. Ketchup: decorates mother with. Mr. Punishment has the perfect punishment for every naughtiness in the world and every day his telephone rings with parents desperate for his advice. But Mr. Punishment never seems to get it quite right - with chaotic results!
Ava is sick and tired of her parents always telling her what to do. Nag nag nag. Why can't she have the kind of parents that let her eat sweets all day? Or parents who never make her go to bed, or eat vegetables?
Then she sees an advert for the Parent Swap Shop, and Ava knows it's time to trade in the old ones for a new and improved mum and dad.