No More Dead Dogs
by Gordon Korman
Reviewed by Shawn W. (age 11)
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Shawn W. is a student in Mr. Perkins' 6th Grade Class
The book No More Dead Dogs is about a boy named Wallace Wallace who is a football hero. Wallace scored a game winning touchdown during the 4th quarter at the end of a game that was at the end of the season. Know that he has
detention forever or until he gets his 2 page review on a book that is a legend.Wallace hates this book named Old Shep, My Pal. And that means ?NO FOOTBALL PRACTICE? until it?s done. Wallace has to get done fast to keep his team from losing and get them back on a winning streak or their doomed!!!
Hurry Wallace!! Hurry Wallace!! This is a hilarious and funny book. I would recommend this book to ages 10-13, 4th,5th, and 6th graders because it uses some words that younger kids would have a hard time understanding.
My opinion on the book is that I thought it was a
great book because it told some funny jokes and some hilarious ideas about the characters. I would like to read it over and over again because it had real good chapters and kept making me want to read ahead to find out what happened in the next chapter.