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Doodle Bites: A Tilly and Friends Book Hardcover – October 13, 2009
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So what is Doodle Bites actually about? Well Doodle, as you may have guessed from the book cover, is actually a crocodile. The tale starts off with Doodle waking up one morning, sitting up erect in her bed and feeling bitey! (Yes the title's inside joke for adults does continue within the story). Anyway Doodle lives in a house with a few other animals including a human girl. Many of these animals such as a pig and chicken are animals you would think wouldn't last long living with their natural predator, but for some reason, Doodle's feeling bitey, doesn't mean she wants to eat them. Instead Doodle starts taking big chunks out of the furniture, the mail and other household items, until that is, she is tempted by the naked buttocks of Tumpty her roommate and can't resist.Read more ›
Hector piggy was sitting on the sofa reading while Pru birdie was primping and preening on the other end when you know who came along and bitey bit the sofa. Yum Yum That little lamp was very tasty, but all of a sudden Doodle "spied something very good to bite." BITEY! BITEY! Tumpty the blue elephant started to cry and said, "That's my bottom " Tilly did a bit of scolding, but Doodle just grinned as he chewed on a car. All of a sudden . . . STOMP! Tumpty stomped on Doodle's tail and he began to cry. Tilly scolded him but Tumpty, Doodle and Hector all began to cry. The red and white striped bandages came out again. Everyone was terribly sorry, but was anything going to stop Doodle from being such a naughty bitey bite alligator?
I thought this was an adorable, funny little story that made me laugh out loud, especially when Doodle's eye's lit up when he saw Tumpty's very chompable and tempting blue bottom across the room.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Wow, this book did the trick. My daughter did not want to read the book after the first time. I think she got really scared for the fact they tied the alligators mouth. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Maya Thomas
This was a wonderful book for my daughter, the toy collector, when she was going through a biting stage. Glad that's over.Published 14 months ago by Pam Anderson
My 4-year-old loves this series, and "Doodle Bites" is his second in line for favorite right behind Tiptoe. Another children's great by Polly Dunbar.Published on July 21, 2013 by Shawn C. Whittington
My three year old daughter loves this book, in fact we gave her all of the books about Tilly's friends for Christmas.Published on January 5, 2012 by AudreyB