Daisy and the Trouble with Maggots - Kes Gray (Paperback)

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Product Details

Barcode
9781782959670
Department
Books
Released
5 Mar 2020
Supply Source
UK

Book

Authors
Kes Gray
Garry Parsons (Illustrator)
Nick Sharratt (Illustrator)
Binding
Paperback / softback
Publisher
Penguin Random House Children's UK
Series
Daisy Fiction
Language
English
Number of Pages
240
Dimensions
198 x 129 x 15mm (198g)

Annotation

Daisy also needs to know about: How water witches turn fishermen into dog poosWhy supermarkets don't stock picknicky things like lemonade and chicken wings on the same shelfAnd why maggots are one of the best things about fishing!

Summary

Go crazy for the one and only Daisy! Cheeky, extremely readable and funny young fiction from the bestselling author behind the hilarious OI FROG series.

Here comes trouble!

Daisy's uncle is taking her on a FISHING TRIP! And she is so excited.

There is so much to learn about fishing, it isn't just about rods and bait and waiting. Daisy also needs to know about:

How water witches turn fishermen into dog poos
Why supermarkets don't stock picknicky things like lemonade and chicken wings on the same shelf
And why maggots are one of the best things about fishing!

But the trouble with maggots is they don't make very good catapult ammunition...

Classification

General Subject
Juvenile
BISAC Subject 1
Juvenile Fiction / Imagination & Play
BISAC Subject 2
Juvenile Fiction / Action & Adventure / General
BISAC Subject 3
Juvenile Fiction / Humorous Stories
BIC Classification 1
General fiction (Children's / Teenage)
Library Subject 1
Uncles
Dewey Classification
823.92

Author Bio

Kes Gray is one of the UK's bestselling writers for children, with over two million copies of his stories sold. He is the author of the award-winning DAISY picture books and fiction, as well as the creator of the chart-topping OI! series with illustrator Jim Field. Kes lives in Essex.

Review Quotes

Daisy, with her perfectly round face, determined, beady eyes and severe Joan of Arc coif, is a veritable icon of juvenile intransigence * Publishers Weekly *