When the laughs are flowing, kids love reading. And the lols have a tendency to roll right around the classroom and family home. Here are some of the grossest, the weirdest, the cheekiest and most outlandishly funny kids books around.
To pay Mrs Twit back for the worms in his spaghetti, Mr Twit thought up a really clever nasty trick.
'Laugh-out-loud... lots of fun throughout.' Booklist
Rafe’s been to the beach and now he’s headed to the bush – watch out Australia!
Ickypedia is a wacky collection of crazy, smelly and just plain disgusting words, scribbles, pooetry, quizzes and gross histories by Australia's most-loved comedians for kids.
From Frank Woodley, much-loved comedian, storyteller and talented artist, comes a hilarious series about an inquisitive young girl, a cheeky currawong bird and a bumbling detective.
Ben stared at the TV. He had never seen anything like it. Fascinating. Incredible. Awful. He had to do something.
I'm Tom Weekly. If my life is an exploding chicken, this book is my attempt to glue it back together.
Join three friends as they dodge bullies, do their homework and alter the entire course of history in the process!
Imagine if Sherlock Holmes was an eleven-year-old girl!
The fourth Discworld novel.
Books for the independent masters of self-control born 22 December – 19 January.
Books for the open-minded, philosophical enthusiasts born 22 November – 21 December.
Books for the assertive, resourceful decision-makers born 23 October – 21 November.