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Billionaire BoyJoe Has A Lot Of Reasons To Be Happy About A Billion Of Them, In Fact You See, Joe S Rich Really, Really Rich Joe S Got His Own Bowling Alley, His Own Cinema, Even His Own Butler Who Is Also An Orangutan He S The Wealthiest 12 Year Old In The Land But Joe Isn T Happy Why Not Because He S Got A Billion Pounds, And Not A Single Friend.

[PDF] ❤ Billionaire Boy ✮ David Walliams – Pccare247.us
  • Paperback
  • 279 pages
  • Billionaire Boy
  • David Walliams
  • English
  • 21 June 2018
  • 9780007371082

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  1. says:

    Money doesn t buy you happiness, but it certainly buys you a lot of friends who are never going to make you happy Your money is the means by which they are going to fulfil their own agendas, it s not you they are interested in buddying up to Not having mo...


  2. says:

    This review can be found on Amaranthine Reads It s strange how sometimes you can be so happy it goes all the way round to sadness The only David Walliams book I have read is Ratburger, which I thought was a great book and not unexpected from the comedy genius that is Walliams I have seen a few adaptations of his other works and found them to be largely hit and miss and, sadly, Billionaire Boy was one of the adaptations that I disliked and couldn t actually finish watching Billionaire Boy sees young Joe Spud a billionaire wanting to move to a normal , non posh school because he is terribly bullied and has no friends But there s a catch no one can know that he is in fact a squillionaire thanks to his father s wet n dry toilet paper invention.It is a fun book and I d never consider not letting any child read it, but I will say this is probably the weakest story that I ve read I can really only compare Walliams to Roald Dahl which, less face it, is no competition at all so in those terms Billionaire Boy falls terribly short.It is an easy book to get through and it has wonderful Dahl esque characters and it tells an important story about how money cannot buy friends, and anyone who likes you for your money alone isn t your friend at all, but other than that I thought it was rather...


  3. says:

    My niece has been telling me to read some David Walliams books for a while now she can be quite forceful for a ten year old I was initially reluctant as, I have to admit, I m not really a fan of Walliams television work.Then the audiobook version of Billionaire Boy turned up as Audible s book of the day for 1.99 and I thought Oh, go on then Actually, I thought if I read this, perhaps my niece will stop beating me up Within ten minutes I was laughing out loud and wishing I d listened to my niece s advice sooner This book is genuinely funny, for both children and adults The fact that it s also a love letter to Roald Dahl just makes it better for me, being a huge fan of Dahl s work.The only thing that bothered me was Walliams comedy Indian person s voice the author reads the audiobook version himself and general...


  4. says:

    A quick, fun read About a 12 year old boy, Joe, who has it all, 8 billions or so to be precise And though he gets 2 mils for his birthday, all he wants is a friend Enter Bob, the fattest, most picked on boy at his new school for regular nonrich kids But not any The two boys quickly strike up a friendship But the billion dollar question is can their friendship withstand the weight of a gazzillion pounds And then there s a whole cast of oddballs Mr Raj from Mr Stink s also here and a battery of funny lists and a ton of tongue in cheek humor to keep us laughing through it all.Together, whether they mean to or not, all the people in his life, ne...


  5. says:

    Joe Spud is a twelve year old boy He is overweight and over rich He has everything you can possibly even his own formula one race car and a 1000 seater couch imagine except a friend When he was young, he was poor because his dad had worked in a loo factory making loo rolls everyday When he was 10 his mother died and his dad decided he was going to make his own special loo rolls He then quit work and started his business He called it Bumfresh since Joe wanted to get a friend, he decides to quit going to the most expensive posh school and try ...


  6. says:

    We absolutely adored this book our first David Williams one with the relationship between Joe Spud and Bob and we are introduced to the ineffable, hilarious Raj A story of friendship and the value of money vs fam...


  7. says:

    Mazie klaus t ji ir lieli Valjamsa fani un liek k rt gas 5 zvaigznes.


  8. says:

    It s a very bold comment to make but I actually think David Walliams might be better than Roald Dahl I know, I know Roald Dahl is phenomenal, amazing, one of a kind, etc But David s books are so genuinely good, kind, honest, heart w...


  9. says:

    Actual rating 3.5 starsI tried reading Diary of a Wimpy Kid books and the first book was Ok, funny in one way or another but it lost its magic as the series continued, this in comparison was so funny, original and there is no repetition in David s different books And I can t resist reading the books in David sound which makes them much funnier.There is always some kind of a message behind the book, specially that they are directed toward younger readers, this book s main idea that money can not buy you anything, specially friends and happiness But this was over repeated here that it became kinda annoying.What I like in David s writing style is how he takes things to the extremes, it is so sarcastic and then he surprises you with something sad or surprising that you ought to have feelings no matter what See this example The posh boys at St Cuthbert s hadnames like Nathaniel Septimus ErnestBertram Lysander Tybalt ZachariasEdmund Alexander Humphrey PercyQuentin Tristan Augustus BartholomewTarquin Imogen Sebastian TheodoreClarence Smythe.That was just one boy and this one If youhave a name like any of those in the listbelow it is very, very important youdon t become a teacher Sue Doku Tom Atoe Justin Case Neil Down Will Ing Bob Head Terry Daktul Clare Voyant Mel Formed Rachel Prejudice Mona Lott Herbie ...


  10. says:

    Billionaire Boy, by David Walliams, is about a 12 year old boy called joe Spud He s a billionaire and has everything he wants a formula one racing car, a thousand pairs of trainers, a race track, even an orangutang butler But the only think Joe really wants that he cannot buy is a true friend Not a bunch of bullies at a rich private school who tease him No, Joes wants a friend And the only way he decides to get one, is to go to public school and hide that he is a billionaire David Walliams displays the ideas of true friendship and loyalty and it is a very entertaining and humorous book I would recommend this...

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