Mo, The Daring Dingo, book review

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Title: Mo, The Daring Dingo
by: Diane Evans
illustrated by: Ian Faulkner
Publisher: Big Sky Publishing

Mo is a daring little dingo with an adventurous spirit that is always getting him into trouble.

Author, Diane Evans, has written a story about Mo, a dingo pup who has bitten off more than he can chew. His mother recognises his excessive energy and fearlessness and tries as she might, to calm him down and keep him safe. However, the dingo pup is determined to explore the world and dreams of great adventures. He has set a stunning waterfall in his sights for a quest, and along the journey he meets other animals who stop him and ask him where he is going. They all give him a warning about a crocodile at the waterfall. But Mo thinks he is faster, smarter and stronger than the crocodile. Until he meets the crocodile…

Illustrator, Ian Faulkner, has created colourful images to depict the story. There are even a couple of fairies who make a regular appearance on the pages, which may lead to discussion about what they represent in the story.

Mo, The Daring Dingo is a fun book about a dingo pup with excess energy who thinks he is invincible. It’s a book about experience, which is the best teacher.

Purchase a copy: http://www.bigskypublishing.com.au/Books/Children/Mo–the-Daring-Dingo/1131/productview.aspx

Title: Mo, The Daring Dingo
by: Diane Evans
illustrated by: Ian Faulkner
Publisher: Big Sky Publishing
ISBN: 9781922132833
Category: children’s
Pages: 42

Reviewed by Julieann Wallace
(Dip T, B. Ed, Author, Illustrator, Tea Ninja, Cadbury Chocolate Annihilator)
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