About the Book and Author
Owing to the popularity amongst readers of Noodle the Doodle – Wigley Primary’s favourite classroom pet, here is another story about his antics on Sports Day.
This charming series about a dog and his human friends is written by best-selling author Jonathan Meres, illustrated by Katy Halford and published by Barrington Stoke.
I think I would have laughed if I had been there when they started playing tug-of-war
I liked this story, I liked that Sol was worried but he still took part and then when he did fall his friends didn’t laugh at him like at his old school that was kind.
Noodle was funny and it made me laugh that the teacher pretended to know what he was saying when he just kept saying ‘woof’.
Daniel the spaniel and Noodle the doodle did ruin sports day a little bit but I think I would have laughed if I had been there when they started playing tug-of-war.
I think the children chose good races for sports day and I would like to have a go at doing them especially balancing books on my head I think that would be fun also eating ice cream at the end is the best part of sports day. At my school we got ice-lollies.
I think it would be a fun idea for the author to write a book about what Doodle was thinking. Understanding his side of the story by giving him a voice would be funny or, may be the pages would just be filled with the words ‘Woof!’
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- Name: Storm
- Age: 6 years
- Likes: mermaids, fairies and space
- Dislikes: mushrooms and wasps
- Favourite Book: The Magic Faraway Tree by Enid Blyton
- Favourite Song: Mother Knows Best (Tangled)
- Favourite Film: We Can Be Heros