Daisy Pack

The trouble with Daisy is that she’s not the kind of girl who likes being told how to behave! And she can’t help feeling curious about all those kinds of things that grown-ups tell you never, ever to do – or else! Things like eating sweets off the floor, or trying to swap your parents for better ones. Just add in a few madcap schemes like adopting a stray kitten, searching for a giant or pinching a penguin from the zoo, and it’s no wonder that life for this young madam always seems to lead to trouble… A bumper pack of comic drama starring the cheekiest, sassiest girl around. Go crazy with Daisy!

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    I love these books because they’re really funny and long! And the longer a book is, the an adventure it is!

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    Ive read all these books except the one about giants th eone about zoos is the best.id recommend these to ages 7+

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  • Awards

    Kes Gray has won the Lollies for Oi Dog!, the Red House Children’s Book Award for Daisy and the Trouble with Zoos, Eat Your Peas and Billy’s Bucket.

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    Nick Sharratt

    Nick Sharratt is one of the country’s favourite illustrators, with over 100 books to his name.


    Nick has won numerous awards for his picture books, including the Sheffield Children’s Book Award for A Cheese and Tomato Spider and the Nottingham Children’s Book Award for Elephant Wellyphant.

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