The World of David Walliams: 6 Book Collection

The World of David Walliams: 6 Book Collection
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SIX hilarious and moving novels from bestselling, critically acclaimed author, David Walliams, PLUS some seriously silly ebook-exclusive material, including an author Q&A, character profiles, awesome activities and much more!DEMON DENTIST:Strange things were happening in the dead of night. When children put a tooth under their pillow for the tooth fairy, they would wake to find something creepy in its place. Evil was at work. But who or what was behind it?RATBURGER:Can Zoe keep her beloved pet rat safe from the clutches of the dastardly Burt of Burt’s Burgers?GANGSTA GRANNY:Ben’s grandma is the boringest grandma ever: all she wants to do is to play Scrabble and eat cabbage soup. But there are two things Ben doesn’t know about her.1) She was once an international jewel thief.2) All her life, she has been plotting to steal the crown jewels, and now she needs Ben’s help…BILLIONAIRE BOY:Joe has a lot of reasons to be happy. About a billion of them, in fact.He has absolutely everything he could possibly want.But there’s just one thing he really needs: a friend…MR STINK:Mr Stink stank. He also stunk.And if it was correct English to say he stinked, then he stinked as well…But there’s more to this vagrant than meets the nose!THE BOY IN THE DRESS:Dennis was different.Why was he different, you ask?Well, a small clue might be in the title of this book…

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The World of David Walliams: 6-book Collection

David Walliams


This e-book collection first published in Great Britain by HarperCollins Children’s Books in 2014

The Boy in the Dress text © David Walliams 2008, illustrations © Quentin Blake 2008

Mr Stink text © David Walliams 2009, illustrations © Quentin Blake 2009

Billionaire Boy text © David Walliams 2010, illustrations © Tony Ross 2010

Gangsta Granny text © David Walliams 2011, illustrations © Tony Ross 2011

Ratburger text © David Walliams, illustrations © Tony Ross

Demon Dentist text © David Walliams 2013, illustrations © Tony Ross 2013

Ebook Exclusive Extras by The Corner Shop, © HarperCollins Children’s Books 2014

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The Boy in the Dress ISBN: 9780007302086 Mr Stink ISBN: 9780007343829 Billionaire Boy ISBN: 9780007371433 Gangsta Granny ISBN: 9780007371457 Ratburger ISBN: 9780007453559 Demon Dentist ISBN: 9780007453597

Source ISBN: 9780007589036

Ebook Edition © 2014 ISBN: 9780007589029 Version: 2014-09-08



For Eddie,What joy you have given us all.



Dennis was different.

When he looked in the mirror he saw an ordinary twelve-year-old boy. But he felt different–his thoughts were full of colour and poetry, though his life could be very boring.

The story I am going to tell you begins here, in Dennis’s ordinary house on an ordinary street in an ordinary town. His house was nearly exactly the same as all the others in the street. One house had double glazing, another did not. One had a gravel drive, another had crazy paving. One had a Vauxhall Cavalier in the drive, another a Vauxhall Astra. Tiny differences that only really pointed out the sameness of everything.

It was all so ordinary, something extraordinary just had to happen.

Dennis lived with his dad–who did have a name, but Dennis just called him Dad, so I will too–and his older brother John, who was fourteen. Dennis found it frustrating that his brother would always be two years older than him, and bigger, and stronger.

Dennis’s mum had left home a couple of years ago. Before that, Dennis used to creep out of his room and sit at the top of the stairs and listen to his mum and dad shout at each other until one day the shouting stopped.

She was gone.

Dad banned John and Dennis from ever mentioning Mum again. And soon after she left, he went around the house and took down all the photographs of her and burnt them in a big bonfire.

But Dennis managed to save one.

One solitary photograph escaped the flames, dancing up into the air from the heat of the fire, before floating through the smoke and onto the hedge.