Review: Dodo Doo Doo by Kaye Umansky and Korky Paul

We’re big fans of the Winnie the Witch stories in this house, so we were very interested to see this new book with the same illustrator, Korky Paul. He’s teamed up here with Kaye Umansky, who I already like from reading her stories for slightly older children, so we sat, eager with anticipation, to see what sort of story they’d come up with…

It’s the story of a lady who meets her friend Fred whilst walking in the woods one day. Fred is looking for a Dodo, and is fully equipped with everything he thinks he’ll need to help him find one for he claims to be a Dodo expert. The lady, adamant that Dodos are extinct, finds herself proved wrong as they discover first the Dodo’s doo-doo and then the Dodo herself. Sadly, all does not end well for the Dodo since the lady ends up slipping in some Dodo doo-doo and smashing the Dodo’s one and only egg!

Read the rest of my review for The Bookbag.


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