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Daisy and the Trouble with Kittens (Daisy Fiction)
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on 26 February 2010
Daisy and the Troubel Kittens by is amizeng kes gray.Kes Gray is a brillent
writer and I think she is definetaly famous!

This book is about a girl called Daisy and she is always really naughty.This book starts in her house when her graandma give her mum soum money.Daisys mum decides to go to spain in a plane.Daisy meets lots of friends and she finds five cats.Daisy loves the cats so much that she brings them inside and in the morning Daisys mum wakes up and finds that five cats are in her bed and she gets fleas and has to go back home in a wheelchair.

I loved it when she was skiding along the sliprly flor and bumpt in to a man with coffee
and daisys mum had to buy him a coffee.When Daisy was really funny she said that hsr mum dribels.I loved it and so will you

This book is fantastic and I give it 10/10.This book is for 5 year olds but other chilledren might like it to.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on 15 May 2009
The Daisy and the trouble with kittens is a really great book! Daisy has her first holiday abroad on an "actual aeroplane" to Spain. She makes loads of new friends (but six are cute little furry kittens!) Daisy loves feeding them, playing with them but then she takes them into her hotel room to stay for the night and Daisy's mum is allergic to kittens...

Little girls will love this especially those who love holidays. It is funny as well as amusing. I would say this book is suitable for ages 6 plus.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on 25 February 2013
Fans of Daisy will love this book and my 8 year old daughter certainly did as Daisy takes off on her first holiday abroad and gets into her usual aray of scrapes. For my daughter these book are now a fairly easy read but she still loves them and revels in the disasters that follow Daisy and her long suffering (my words!) Mum where ever she goes. The largish text and numerous pictures make them a great first step into 'proper' books for any developing reader and the subject matter will appeal to girls of around 5-10 years.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
My six year old daughter is a great fan of Daisy - she began with the picture books and has since moved on to the chapter books. Daisy's mum has decided they need to go on holiday and so they are to go to Spain. Of course, Daisy is very excited and a good part of the book is about the holiday preparations, anticipation and travelling there. As it is now the summer holidays, this would be a great book if you are, perhaps, flying with your child for the first time - or if they are nervous flyers. The story has a lot of detail about what to expect, what happens at the airport and how thrilled Daisy is as she boards the plane. Once Daisy and her mum are in Spain, Daisy makes friends with other children on the resort and begins to explore. When she finds a stray cat, and her kittens, she embarks on a campaign to care for them with hilarious consequences.

This book is told in Daisy's own individual style and from her point of view. She is a very modern little girl and the situations in the books will be understood by her readers, who have undoubtedly encountered many of the same experiences. There are quite a lot of books in this series now, but, as far as my little girl is concerned, the author cannot write them quickly enough. Excellent and highly recommended.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
on 30 May 2009
What another fantastic Daisy book. My 6 year old devoured it. These books have really encouraged her to read alone - the type is larger than normal, the vocabulary is just right and the stories are huge fun. I think they are hilarious. We have all 4 of the Daisy novels and are anxiously waiting for the next one already.
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on 9 September 2009
My mum got my daughter Daisy and the Trouble with Life and we loved it so I got her this one for her birthday. A very good present indeed!

Daisy and the Trouble with Kittens is so entertaining, for the kid and grown ups, that we sit together as a family and read it out loud. There are lots and lots of giggles and laughs to be had from start to finish.

Daisy is such a cheeky and likable character and the stories are written in such an interesting way (from Daisy's point of view) that the books are . . . well, simply great fun. Daisy's books are the first books that we've all liked and read together and that my kids are genuinely keen for me to read every night.

We can't wait to collect them all!!

I'd recommend them to anyone with kids over the age of 6. Especially kids with (or in need of) a cheeky sense of humor.
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on 5 November 2009
My boisterous 7 year old BOY loves Daisy books, and I love them too. They are really funny without trying to be. They can be read by the child or the adult. It has got a largish font. I find too small a font scares off my boy. They cover real family life. I really identify with the mum - it could have been written about me. It is interesting to see how my actions are perceived by a 7 year old (eg when Daisy's Mum says she needs a break and Daisy doesn't know what she means!! It is one of the best books for encouraging children who don't like books. My boy read the shorter ones and cant wait to get a new daisy book. Thank God because I have tried football books, all sorts to get him interested. But he really loves Daisy books
Actually he did like Winie the witch a bit and Mr Gumm.
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on 12 July 2010
My daughter is 5 and has just started enjoying chapters of stories at bedtime. She absolutely loved this book. It was very amusing to read too and as a parent it was quite an enjoyable story. There were some very funny, true to life, reactions from Daisy's mother which amused my daughter greatly. The author has also captured a child's eye view on the world and picked up on the sort of silly things they enjoy doing to amuse themselves in boring places like airports! I would highly recommend this book. We have just ordered another Daisy and the Trouble With... book to read at bedtime.
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on 18 May 2014
My 9 year old daughter is obsessed with all the Daisy books but this one in particular. She has four cats.. so far. She says if Daisy also had four cats they would be just like twins, Daisy and her . They share the same birthday, they have single mums, make friends quickly and both really enjoyed their first plane trip.

She also says if Daisy was real she would probably be her best friend ever...

Mum.. a.k.a the daughter!
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on 21 August 2010
I am 7 and I was very excited about getting all the Daisy books but this is definately my favourite. Daisy loves kittens just like I do.
This book is a good book for children who can read but children might like people to read it to them as well. I like the big writing because it is easier to read. I like the way the person has drawn the pictures.
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