Wendy's plans don't always work out but that's never stopped her having the best time ever! When she fails to get the lead part in the school production, Wendy stuns the audience with her debut as a crocodile's bottom! Then Wendy is dragged along to her best-friend Florence's tap-dancing class and somehow manages to wow the teacher with her dancing skills and land a part as a tap-dancing munchkin in their show. (If Florence Hubert hadn't been allergic, Wendy wouldhave been famous for a whole summer season.) And when Wendy dresses up for a school project she makes the headlines, all thanks to Kevin, the school rat, and a 'Primary Plague Fiasco!'
'The first in a lovely, funny new series that stands apart...thanks to the hilarious illustrations drawn by the author's 11-year-old daughter.'
Fiona Noble, The Bookseller
'Wendy Meddour is a wonderful children's author, who knows exactly how to tell a tale . . . Well-written, really funny, a great story and exceptional illustrations.'
'I don't know how Wendy (Meddour) does it, because funny books for this young an age group are not generally my first choice of reading material. But this is good. And so is Mina May.'
'The pictures throughout the book are brilliant, funny, and fit the text perfectly. Drawn by the author's 11-year-old daughter, I do not think anyone else could have illustrated so well for Wendy Quill.'
"Tom Gates watch out, there's a new comic creation about to hit the shelves-Wendy Quill. Packed with doodle illustrations by the author's eleven year old daughter Mandy, it's a perfect comic package."