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The Flying Watermelon Of Doom: A Par Whack Adventure: Funny Dog Books For Kids (The World According To Perdita Whacknoodle)

Does YOUR Dog Tell Stories About Her Crazy Family?Perdita Whacknoodle does.If you’ve read Perdita's first funny dog book for kids, The Thanksgiving Pageant of Doom, you know that a fourth-grader named Laura somehow receives thoughts directly from Perdita, her dog.Laura writes all Perdita’s stories down, and that’s what’s in these books—tales straight from a dog’s brain!Many of Perdita’s longest an...

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Publisher: Workbooks Press (December 28, 2013)
Publication Date: December 28, 2013
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“One of the most well-written and engaging kids booksI've read in a while. The adventures are high comedy andtold from the perspective of the crazy and ego-centric dogwho creates a language of their own and always knows best.Unexpectedly delightful....”

funniest stories are about Par Whack, her wacky father. Other stories tell about equally nutty members of her huge dog family.Par has big adventures all over the country as he battles police and evil dog-catchers. And Par is ALWAYS at war with the town's pompous school principal, Mr. Wimpy.Perdita thinks her books are great literature and will soon be taught in schools. IF that ever happens, you’ll be able to answer the questions below.Things Perdita Thinks All Humans Should Know1. Is Perdita Whacknoodle completely crazy—or very, very smart?2. Is Laura’s head really likely to explode from the power of Perdita’s dog-thoughts?3. What happens to brilliant Cousin Speedo when he tries to set the world record for fastest dog on a skateboard?4. Why are ALL the humans in that campground so furious with Speedo? Why do they chase him and throw things at him?5. Why does Farmer load the entire Whacknoodle dog family—Mar, Par, and ALL the thirty-sevens—in his old red truck for a family vacation? What happens then?6. Who are the Doogles? Are they really a danger to Perdita and her family? Could they be they as dangerous as the Wild Giraffes?7. Before Par dashes onto the football field to save the big game, what does he think is going on? What does he think the band director is trying to do? Who are the cheerios?8. What is a squasher? Why do the fat boys want it?9. Explain Perdita Whacknoodle’s theory of “the protective layer of dirt.” Are you convinced by her arguments?10. Was Great-Great-Grandma Noodle really washed to death?11. Why does Par decide to steal the town’s only garbage truck?12. Why does Par need a brick for the garbage-truck heist?13. What is “a very satisfying crash”?14. When stealing a garbage truck, which is more important—the horn or the go-button?15. Is the language of Bark more like French or Italian?16. What is “the Wall of Sound” barking technique. When should it be used?17. Why did Mar decide to have her puppies in the barn the night Perdita was born?18. Where was the light in the sky coming from?19. When Par spots the evil dogcatcher’s truck that fateful night, what brilliant plan pops into his head?20. Why does Par compare himself to Bugs Bunny, his action hero?21. Who is Elrod P. Snodgrass, and why does Par hate him?22. What secret advice does Par give Perdita—while he eats her breakfast?23. When Perdita is ready to set out on her own, what are Mar’s final loving words?24. What is the gigantic gold contraption Farmer brings outside? Why does Par think it is a cappuccino machine? What does it sound like to Par?25. What is “the mighty wind of inspiration” that pops into Par’s head as he thinks about how to bring excitement to the Fourth of July Concert? What is his big plan? Why does he need helpers?26. What is “The Flying Vegetable Squad”?27. What is Par’s idea for the cannon? Where does the watermelon land? Is Par proud?28. When Mr. Wimpy slips on the squished vegetables, where does he fall?29. Do you like the way Perdita creatifies English?30. What’s a “snatch and run”? Does your dog use that technique?When you’ve finished The Flying Watermelon of Doom, you’ll know all this . . . and much much more.Is YOUR Dog Like Perdita?When you’re read Perdita’s books, you’ll never think of your dog the same way again.You’ll wonder . . . could Perdita Whacknoodle be right? Do dogs REALLY have a secret life that humans d