Son1 has been reading his free review copy of Danger is Still Everywhere and I keep hearing him chortling away to himself. He hasn’t shared the jokes, so I think I may have to read the book myself. He hadn’t heard of this series previously, but was very keen to try when we saw it on Amazon being compared to Wimpy Kid, which he loves.
This is a very funny book about Doctor Noel Zone, a Dangerologist who lives in the Dangerzone. His sister Joan has just sent her dog Napkin to stay, so Noel is hiding inside Gordon the wardrobe to write about all the dangers of a dog in the household. Son1 loved the quiz at the end best and tells me that he is now a qualified FOD (Full-On Dangerologist).
The full title of the book is Danger is Still Everywhere: Beware of the Dog.
This is what it says on the back cover.
Hello Reader. My name is Doctor Noel Zone.
Welcome to my brand-new handbook for avoiding Danger.
Note: I am a Dangerologist and not a wardrobe.
Newsflash: Danger has come to the Dangerzone (my house): a tiny, yip-yapping, pee- and poop-doing, Havoc machine called Napkin.
Now I’m hiding inside Gordon to finish my handbook so that you too can become a FOD (Full-on Dangerologist) and together we can tell the world: Danger is Still Everywhere.
Here is son1’s video review of Danger is Still Everywhere.
Danger is Still Everywhere is written by David O’Doherty and illustrated by Chris Judge. It is currently retailing on Amazon for £3.85 compared to a RRP of £7.99 for a paperback copy. It is also available in hardback and as a Kindle edition or Audio CD. It is targetted at children age 8-14 and is published by Puffin. Son1 highly recommends this book.
It is the follow-up book to Danger is Everywhere which is now on son1’s reading wish list.
Doctor Noel Zone also has his own funny page on Facebook.
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Disclosure. This post is a review of a product I was sent for free. All opinions are my own.