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Don’t judge a book by its cover

Don’t judge a book by its cover

Don't Judge a Book by its Cover

Join Humza Arshad and Henry White, the co-authors of the Little Bad Man series! Here they share the importance of not making judgements before you embark on a new adventure, and find out just how you can be inspired by a radioactive samosa…

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Humza Arshad & Henry White

HUMZA ARSHAD

What began with making funny videos in his bedroom (107 million viewers, but who’s counting?), has led Humza Arshad to become a children’s author, an ambassador for YouTube and The Prince’s Trust, and to produce his own scripted comedies for BBC Three, the mockumentary series Coconut and Jumpers for Sky Comedy. Humza is an anti-hate activist, speaking regularly at events around the world – including a recent address at the UN, alongside Whoopi Goldberg and Queen Rania of Jordan. His mum is really proud.

Twitter:@HumzaProduction
Instagram:@HumzaProduction
Youtube: @HumzaProductions 

HENRY WHITE

is a comedy writer working in television and children’s fiction. He grew up in west London and began his career in online animation. Henry went on to write and direct adverts for a number of British comedy channels, before working as a sitcom writer. He has a birthmark shaped like a duck.

Follow Henry on Twitter and Instagram: @mrhenrywhite

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