RatBurger



RatBurger The Fifth Screamingly Funny Novel From David Walliams, Number One Bestseller And Fastest Growing Children S Author In The Country Hot On The Heels Of Bestselling Gangsta Granny Comes Another Hilarious, Action Packed And Touching Novel The Story Of A Little Girl Called Zoe Things Are Not Looking Good For Zoe Her Stepmother Sheila Is So Lazy She Gets Zoe To Pick Her Nose For Her The School Bully Tina Trotts Makes Her Life A Misery Mainly By Flobbing On Her Head And Now The Evil Burt From Burt S Burgers Is After Her Pet Rat And Guess What He Wants To Do With It The Clue Is In The TitleFrom The Author That Is Being Called A New Roald Dahl , Ratburger Is Not To Be Missed

Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the RatBurger book, this is one of the most wanted David Walliams author readers around the world.

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  • Hardcover
  • 320 pages
  • RatBurger
  • David Walliams
  • English
  • 11 June 2018
  • 0007453523

10 thoughts on “RatBurger

  1. Petra X says:

    This book has the cleverest literary ending of perhaps any book I ve ever read It hasn t got anything to do with the story either In all Walliams other books and films there is a corner shop owner, Raj, who supplies the schoolchildren with sweets and sympathy although his business methods are somewhat dubious and definitely not hygenic In the last chapter he complains that he isn t in the book Quite audaciously he goes on that his legion of fans will not stand for this Through the extremely This book has the cleverest literary ending of perhaps any book I ve ever read It hasn t got anything to do with the story either In all Walliams other books and films there is a corner shop owner, Raj, who supplies the schoolchildren with sweets and sympathy although his business methods are somewhat dubious and definitely not hygenic In the last chapter he complains that he isn t in the book Quite audaciously he goes on that his legion of fans will not stand for this Through the extremely funny and brilliant writing, he becomes not just a figure from Walliams other books, but a real person who has written the afterword.If the book wasn t really good anyway, it would be worth it for that last chapter But it is really good, and really disgusting Full of spite, malice, vermin, poisonous food and prawn cocktail crisps School lunches, never considered the epitome of culinary dining, are appalling, what...

  2. Michael Finocchiaro says:

    My kid and I have grown to love the David Williams books and even my daughter adored RatBurger The characters are fantastic and it is wonderful how Williams is able to dig below stereotypes to reveal beautiful people underneath them The books speak of social injustice, the affects of parental alcoholism and abuse, bullying, and many other issues in a way that is subtle and mesmerising and I feel like my kids grow a little bit in their tolerance for l autrui with each book that we read No wo My kid and I have grown to love the David Williams books and even my daughter adored RatBurger The characters are fantastic ...

  3. Juliana Zapata says:

    La verdad es que la historia es bastante extra a, el libro fue divertido de leer, sin embargo siento que 300 p ginas es demasiado para ense ar a los ni os a luchar por sus sue os, con la mitad hubiera sido suficiente.Tambi n hubieron escenas un tanto crudas y con un lenguaje no tan...

  4. Gitte TotallyBookedBlog says:

    This one was FAB Read it to my boys and all three of us loved it.

  5. Patrick Gralton says:

    My second book review is on Ratburger by David Walliams.This is a humourously descriptive book which I believe would be of interest to the seven to nine age group.It has ongoing humourous footnotes which is a concept children need to become aware of for their future educational life It introduces Death and the pro...

  6. Marie the Librarian says:

    I love David Walliams He really is like roald Dahl, and Dahl is my fave Its just great, fun and creepy Perfect

  7. Lostaccount says:

    Third and final book in a trio of Walliams books I decided to read this year, and this one is the worst Friendless girl from impoverish background befriends rat and then defends rat against a vile prawn cocktail crisps munching slob of a stepmother and her vile burgervan boyfriend Wall y iams has only one plot and repertoire of characters Friendless child estranged from a single parent, bullied at school for being different, evil or unlikeable step parent, only adviser the ethnic stock cha Third and final book in a trio of Walliams books I decided to read this year, and this one is the worst Friendless girl from impoverish background befriends rat and then defends rat against a vile prawn cocktail crisps munching slob of a stepmother and her vile burgervan boyfriend Wall y iams has only one plot and repertoire of characters Friendless child estranged from a single parent, bullied at school for being different, evil or unlikeable step parent, only adviser the ethnic stock character shopkeeper, horrible teachers, lots of silly lists, a pop at Piers Morgan Walliams nemesis , child gets expelled from school, overcomes problem and reunited with estranged parent with saccharine message love is all that matters Boring once you come across this in previous books, mind numbing if it s the third or fourth time This book is ...

  8. Sam Hopper says:

    I have heard a lot of praise for David Walliams novels and therefore chose to read his latest work, Ratburger, as a funny book to review It is the story of a little girl called Zoe who has a particularly tough time of things Being very poor, as well as, small with ginger hair and braces makes her the target for school bully Tina Trotts She also has the misfortune of living with her lazy, malevolent stepmother, whilst her broken hearted dad spends most of his time at the pub, on the 37th flo I have heard a lot of praise for David Walliams novels and therefore chose to read his latest work, Ratburger, as a funny book to review It is the story of a little girl called Zoe who has a particularly tough time of things Being very poor, as well as, small with ginger h...

  9. Stuart Willy says:

    Ratburger David Walliams illustrated by Quentin Blake Eleven year old Zoe has started at secondary school and things are not going well she is poor, short and has red hair so she is bullied To add to her woes her mother is passed away and her father is an unemployed ice cream maker To make matters worse her obese stepmother, who is obsessed w...

  10. Joey Woolfardis says:

    I borrowed this off a tiny person in my family, who said it was a little bit terrifying I can see what he means, actually I ve read a lot of Children s books quoted because not all children s books should only be read by children and I ve found the are generally two types those that speak down to their audiences, and those that speak up to them No doubt it is the latter that are the best, those that don t treat their readers like, well, children.This book was, for lack of ...

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