Learn to wreak revenge against mean big sisters, boring teachers and everyone else who's unfair to you in this hilarious diary, packed with brilliant cartoons.
Dip into the diary of Alistair Fury – revenger extraordinaire – and find out how to overcome infuriating siblings, unfair parents and disgusting teachers. Be horrified by the vile yellow clothes, totally unfair restrictions, fungal fingers and completely embarrassing wig that his family have subjected him to - and avoid the same fate for yourself.
Younger brothers of the world unite – it’s time to get even!
Two brilliant books in one, from a BAFTA-shortlisted, Smarties Prize-winning author.
Jamie Rix is one of the funniest writers working in children’s books today. As an older brother himself, he knows the sting in many of the humiliations he inflicts on his brilliant comic creation, Alistair Fury - because he used them on his own younger brother!
Jamie's GRIZZLY TALES FOR GRUESOME KIDS won the ‘Children’s Choice’ Smarties Award in 1990 and was subsequently adapted into an award-winning TV series. His teenage novel JOHNNY CASANOVA was shortlisted for the Lancashire Children’s Book Award. Jamie has written several younger books including a number of picture books.
From a theatrical family (he is the son of Brian (Lord) Rix), Jamie started work at the Royal Court and has worked on many BBC programmes including ALAS SMITH AND JONES, TEENAGE HEALTH FREAK and HOW TO BE A LITTLE SOD.
Britain's answer to The Simpsons,The problems that go with being a younger sibling are well documented but Jamie Rix's take on the phenomenon is to appeal straight to the heart and humour of the matter.,If you've not come across this series, get ready for a severe injection of unconventionality. . . jilts from random thought to comic memory . . .,A perfect summer fun read . . . may particularly encourage reluctant readers.,'Another winner in the Alistair Fury series...packed with doodles and cartoons that should engage even the most reluctant young reader.'