Francesca Simon Two Terrible Vikings and Grunt the Berserker

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It's not easy being the WORST at everything!

Hack and Whack are the very worst Vikings in the village - until a fierce and stinky berserker moves in - NEXT DOOR!

WILL the brand new school help the twins outwit this villain and his vicious dog, Muddy Butt? And will Twisty Pants, Dirty Ulf and Elsa Gold-Hair help vanquish this foul fiend?

About the Author

Francesca Simon is universally known for the staggeringly popular Horrid Henry series. These books and CDs have sold over 20 million copies in the UK alone and are published in 27 countries.

Horrid Henry and the Abominable Snowman won the Children's Book of the Year award in 2008 at the British Book Awards. She is also the author of Costa-shortlisted The Monstrous Child and Hack and Whack, her first picture book. She lives in North London with her family.

Steve May is an animation director and illustrator. Steve has illustrated books by Jeremy Strong, Philip Reeve, Harry Hill and Phil Earle, as well as the Dennis the Menace series. He lives in North London.

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'As joyously anarchic as Horrid Henry.'
- Cressida Cowell

'A great new series for early readers.'
- BookTrust

'A wonderfully absurd, anarchic romp.'
- Sarah McIntyre

'Immensely appealing to children of five and up.'
- Literary Review

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