Try to match the sentence to the book in the picture – and good luck!
It sounded like the squeak of a shoe.
“Creepy-crawlies are good for you!” she would chuckle.
But John tested this love quite often by doing things he thought were funny, like sitting on Dennis’s face and farting.
Grandpa would tell his grandson that he would make “an excellent pilot one day”.
The owl’s name was Wagner.
“Let me introduce myself. I am your new dentist. My name is Miss Root, but I ask all my little patients like you to call me ‘Mummy’.”
“Her TV doesn’t work, all she wants to do is play Scrabble and she stinks of cabbage!”
“Shut ya face. I’m watchin’ TV and stuffin’ meself!” came the woman’s gruff voice from the lounge.
One day he had a daydream that was to revolutionise bottom wiping forever.
He was the greatest banger racer the town had ever seen.
Oh dear! To be fair, this was an extremely hard quiz. Why not read all of his books and have another go?
Good effort! Why not try again and see if you can get an even better score?
Great stuff! This is a really hard test but you did so well! Have a biscuit to celebrate!
Amazing! You did incredibly well. Hang on, your name doesn't rhyme with Wavid Dalliams, does it?