When Haroon’s mum brings his baby brother into school, Izzy and her friends are ALARMED! The baby is clearly using mind control because the office ladies start squeaking and saying made-up words. He writes strange messages with his blocks and he REALLY LIKES SCHOOL DINNERS! But it’s when he’s caught speaking in an alien language on his ‘phone’ that they know. Haroon’s baby brother is from outer space and he’s trying to BEAM THEM ALL UP!!!
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What the Toppsta reviewers think:
‘Well a story involving poo always gets my 6 year old laughing and who as a mother has not had a traumatic nappy experience at some time! Hilarious story about Haroon’s baby brother with great illustrations throughout and clear text. Great for children who can read and also funny to sit down as a parent to read to your children, highly recommended.’ – Ragdollkhan read to Ragdollkhanbaby, age 6
‘A fantastic book our 6yr old found it so funny and toilet talk is alway amusing for all ages. Great text easy to read on your own or reading aloud at bed time. We had lots of giggles. A great read ‘ – Funky bear read to Little bear, age 6
‘I am seriously glad to read this cool and funny story! The book is great because it’s surprising, full of action, and educational (for parents). I know a new baby at home changes everything however the children’s imagination in this book went wild! Traumatic nappy expierence, panic that pupils will need to take care of the baby and teachers changing into the most nice people in the world may be traumatising! We still laught about mind contol powers of Haroon’s baby brother – who obviously is from outer space. The pictures are fantastic and the story is very cute and heartwarming. The powerful message of unconditional love for babies is priceless.’ – HappyMum read to Suzanne, age 8
‘I Like the characters because they were funny. i like the pictures there were funny … This book was funny throughout and kept me interested. Easily read by a 7 year old independently.’ – Freya, age 7
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