Winnie and Waldorf: Disobedience School
In this delightful follow-up to Winnie and Waldorf, Waldorf shows how heroic he can be, especially when he is just being himself. Young readers will love following the charming relationship between Winnie and her best friend, Waldorf.
I liked the fact that Winnie was already familiar with the most common behaviors associated with school. She sets up a desk for Waldorf, she has him reading books, and she has a chalkboard on which she does some simple math. All of these are things that children should be able to understand before stepping foot into a kindergarten classroom. I think that napping is no longer part of the current kindergarten curriculum, however.
This is the second book in a series, and while this volume is more about school than it is about the friendship between the two, this would be an excellent choice either for children who need information about the schooling process of who want to read books that involve dogs.