Reviewed by Brandon B (age 10)
My favorite part was when Daggie Dogfoot ran away from Pigman so he drank a lot of milk because he was very tired. A pig is cute to watch when it drinks from its mother.
I thought this was special because Daggie, from the day he was born, dreamed of flying and he got to fly. I felt curious about if Daggie Dogfoot would be able to get help because the farm was flooding, and if he did, how was he going to communicate with them to tell them that the farm is flooding.
This reminds me of when I thought our dog could fly. The reason I thought he could fly was because one day he got loose and I when I went looking for him, as I turned a corner and he jumped off a bale. He can’t fly though.
I recommend this book for children 5 and up because it teaches us a lesson. The lesson is-- To just believe and you might get your wish.