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Grades 4 - 8Grades 3 - 6T4.740084
A revised edition of the story of Danny and his father who outwit their greedy, rich neighbour, Mr Victor Hazell.
Hardcover, 208 pages
ISBN-10: 0224012010
ISBN-13: 9780224012010
27 Book Reviews
  • fraser10
    fraser10over 2 years55 stars
    A tense book! Danny and his dad are very poor and his dad and goes poaching without telling Danny. Danny thinks of a new method which could change poaching forever. The moral is “there is nothing better than a roasted pheasant”. Roald Dahl fans would love this amazing story.
    • royalqueen16th
      royalqueen16thalmost 3 years
      I had this book. However, I don't know where it went. So far, this book has been a blast. I want to read more books like this one.
      • A Human Being almost 4 years
        This one's just average.
        • Mpumeleloabout 4 years
          The book is about a little boy and his father, they loved each other a lot. It is a very funny and loving story ever
          • HIover 4 years
            I like this book because it is really intarsing and I have read other books that Rahl have rote so thats way I like Danny
            • kalmost 5 years
              This is a book about Danny a 10 year old boy who's mom died at the age of four and thinks his father. Is the best. And is really lucky. For having this type of father
              • Gennymasterabout 5 years
                Ok if you haven't read this book then stop reading this and read it. Ok, this book is about a boy that finds out that his dad is potching pheasants and Danny (the boy) goes with his dad and tries to kidnap all of the pheasants like Danny's dad and his Grandad .I recommend this book for all ages and for people that love adventures.
                • ninja 52almost 6 years
                  he a good author
                  • ninja 52almost 6 years
                    LOL it u cant ever stop readin it so good
                    • ninja 52almost 6 years
                      LOL it was alright

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