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  • This great book.

    This book is about a boy who is billionare. He has everything except for one thing. A friend. But who would be friends with the son of someone who makes their mony from making toilet rolls? And how can he be sure they don't just want to be his friend just bcause of his money? Find out in this exciting, heart-warming story.

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    98 person found this review helpful

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  • Billionaire boy

    So there is a boy with no mum and only dad who made a toilet company and got rich he went to the poshest school in the world but was called names even by the teachers

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    27 person found this review helpful

    27 people found this review helpful

    27 of 27 people found this review helpful

  • Amazing

    I always loved David Walliams well i love all his books this book was amazing this bok was a great reminder that the best things are for free

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  • A heartwarming novel

    Joe spud has every thing he could ever want: a crocodile, a formuar one racing car and five hundred pairs of nike trainers. However being the son of the bum-billionaire he has always found it hard to make friends. Sometimes somethings cant be bought like: friendships, feelings and love. So when Lauren joins his school he starys a whole new life and forgets who his real friends are. Suddenly his dads brain dead fioncé finds out that she was being paid to be her friend. Soon the spud family realize that money never solves anything to do with life. A fantastic book based for children ages 10 to 11.

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    23 person found this review helpful

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  • The Billionaire boy

    I love the story of the Billioair Boy because it's very funny.I don't blive how much stuff he has But the most important thing to joe was a friend.

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