Winnie & Waldorf
Winnie and Waldorf are best friends; they do everything together, but Winnie is a little girl, and Waldorf is her dog. Sometimes they get into trouble when they play. One day, they go into Sarah’s room (Winnie’s big sister), which is off limits. Waldorf can’t help himself; he accidentally breaks Sarah’s violin, and she has a concert coming up. Sarah is so mad that she wants to replace Waldorf with a cat. How can they replace a part of the family?
I liked Winnie and Waldorf very much. I liked that it is about a little girl and her dog, because I just got a dog who is my best friend and a part of our family, just like Waldorf. This book is funny because Winnie says things, but the illustration shows something different. For example, it says, “Waldorf is very well behaved,” but the picture shows him sleeping on the bed with a teddy bear whose head has been ripped off. The illustrations are bright, and detailed. They tell a lot more about the story, more than what the words say. I laughed when Waldorf jumped up and ate the cupcakes at Sarah’s concert. I think other kids would like Winnie and Waldorf, too.
|Page Count||40 pages|
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