Danger Is Still Everywhere: Beware Of The Dog (Docter Noel Zone #2)

Author: David O'Doherty
Homepage 9780141359205

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  • : $16.99(AUD)
  • : 9780141359205
  • : Penguin Books Ltd
  • : Puffin
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  • : 0.241
  • : January 2015
  • : 191mm X 153mm
  • : United Kingdom
  • : 16.99
  • : August 2015
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  • : David O'Doherty
  • : Docter Noel Zone Presents
  • : Paperback
  • : Chris Judge
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Danger is Still Everywhere: Beware of the Dog! Will Docter Noel Zone's second book tell you how to combat a Crocumm? Yes. And reveal the secrets of the world's greatest (and only) Dangerologist? That Too. Has he written it yet? No. Is it because he's hiding in a wardrobe? Maybe. Docter Noel is facing his most terrifying situation Ever - a little dog called Napkin has come to stay. That may not sound particularly dangerous, but every POD (Pupil of Dangerology) knows the only safe pet is a pet rock. So now Docter Noel is hiding in a wardrobe while Napkin wreaks havoc around the Dangerzone. And all the while Docter Noel is supposed to be writing his new Very Important handbook on Dangerology (Level 2). That is until the Pet of the Year (POTY) contest is announced and Docter Noel hatches a plan. There's only one problem. Serial safety-flouter Max WURST is the judge...For Docter Noel, it's never been clearer that Danger is Still Everywhere: A crocodile that looks like a vacuum cleaner that lives under the stairs. Diary of a Wimpy Kid meets The Dangerous Book for Boys, Danger is Still Everywhere is the second brilliantly funny handbook for avoiding danger of all kinds that will have everyone from reluctant readers to bookworms laughing out loud (very safely) from start to finish. Praise for Danger is Still Everywhere: "I dislocated my jaw laughing." (Eoin Colfer, author of Artemis Fowl). "A brilliantly silly survival guide." (Sunday Express). "A Joyful riposte to over-cautious parents...well-paced and funny throughout." (Time Out London). "Imagine the Mighty Boosh crashed into the Wimpy Kid." (The Times). "A surreal, daft and funny book...A bracing satirical sideswipe at today's health-and-safety culture, aimed at kids who'll get the irony and relish the silliness." (Financial Times). "Brilliantly funny." (Gransnet). "A brilliantly mapcap guide" (ni4Kids.com). "Laugh-out-loud." (TheSchoolRun.comcom).


I dislocated my jaw laughing -- Eoin Colfer, author of Artemis Fowl 228/10 - That's an understatement. -- William, age 10 Brilliantly silly Sunday Express Wicked illustrations that will help you tackle silly dangers. Made me laugh out loud and I know my friends at school will love it! -- Robyn, age 8 Awesome jokes that made me laugh out loud ... one of the funniest books I have read. -- Isla, age 9 I loved it because it is full of hilarious pictures ... such as TEPOC - the Emergency Page Of Calm. Make a copy of this page and show it to your Mum when she is getting stressed! -- Ross, age 10 Loved it! Really enjoyed it - favourite chapter was the danger pets -- Jennifer, age 7 This book is very good for boys as it contains scary and rude things... ! -- Tomasz, age 9 A star turn that will amuse smart seven-year-olds, 17-year-olds, and, in our experience, 47-year olds ... well-paced and funny throughout Time Out London A surreal, daft and funny book ... A bracing satirical sideswipe at today's health-and-safety culture, aimed at kids who'll get the irony and relish the silliness. -- Financial Times Brilliantly funny Gransnet.com Laugh-out-loud TheSchoolRun.com Imagine the Mighty Boosh crashed into the Wimpy Kid The Times

Author description

David O'Doherty: is a stand-up comedian, writer and regular guest on television shows such as QI, Have I Got News For You and Would I Lie To You? He has written two theatre shows for children, including one where he fixed their bicycles live on stage. Chris Judge is the award winning author/illustrator of The Lonely Beast and a number of other picture books for children. His work has appeared in high-profile advertising campaigns, newspapers, magazines, exhibitions and other media in Ireland and the UK. His most recent work includes cover artwork for Roddy Doyle's Brilliant.