The Bad Book

The Bad Book is a book by Andy Griffiths, who was responsible for the novel The Day My Bum Went Psycho, and Terry Denton, who also did the illustrations. It was released in the year 2004. It is a compilation of 'bad' stories, drawings, rhymes and poems about such quirky characters like 'Bad Baby', and 'Bad Daddy' doing such bad things like miss-throwing knives, and blowing up objects and people at Christmas. It was followed by The Very Bad Book (2010) and The Super Bad Book (2011)

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