Colour First Reader: Daisy - Tigers and Spies Award-winning team by Kes Gray (author) and Nick Sharratt (illustrator) (UK edition)

Suitable for 5 - 7 years

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Two crazy Daisy stories to tickle your ribs, plus pictures by Nick Sharratt. It’s a giggle attack! Do you love reading with Daisy? Then here’s some great news. This book has double the Daisy! What will you find inside? Two of Daisy’s best-ever stories in a great new format for you to read on your own. A secret spy mission plus wild cats: what more do you want in a book? We say it’s epic. So does Daisy. So will you!

  • A fabulous easy reader with two classic Daisy stories
  • Hilarious mischief starring this best-loved character
  • Full-colour artwork from star illustrator Nick Sharratt
  • Daisy’s book Eat Your Peas won the Red House Award

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What kids think

  1. alibaba4
    on 8 March 2014

    A funny book !!

  2. Spidergirl
    on 7 March 2014

    Double act book are fun to read

    5 out of 5
  3. heart29
    on 6 March 2014

    a great, fun, colourful book for young children! nick sharatt is a great illustrator!

    4 out of 5
  4. Book-Club-Review-Team
    on 22 October 2013

    This book had lots of nice pictures that were very colourful. I could read it all by myself. The stories were about a little girl called Daisy. She had two adventures, the first one was her pretending to be a spy and the second one was Daisy being a lion.

    I think the book would be good for someone 5plus as the stories were quite simple to follow.

    Madison, aged 7

    5 out of 5