were sent this lovely hardback book to review.
I am enjoying getting some older books for eldest, less pictures, more
story, and mummy finally giving her brain cells a workout of sorts. Eldest is definitely more engaged in these
stories and pointing at words asking what they mean, which is all good signs
for his ability to read and develop his comprehension.
is a very likeable character; a loveable rogue of a mutt and your child will
enjoy reading about his adventures in the four short stories included in the
one book. There are some illustrations
which give you some idea of what Wilf would look like, a mixture of grumpy,
slightly messy but still somehow appearing cute. He is a bit of an odd ball, he has bad moods and sulks, but
that’s what makes him so funny, reading about all the scrapes he finds himself
first story finds Wilf running away from home, luckily it all sorts itself out
in the end, because I think he would miss his comforts of “sausages and bashed
bones”! The next story features the
dogs working together to help give Wilf a birthday party to remember with the added excitement of them helping catch burglars in the process.
will not reveal anymore, as I know you’re no doubt keen to get reading yourself. Head over to Amazon and get your own copy