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Daisy Doodles Paperback – 1 Jun 2017
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"Daisy Doodles will be a big hit with children who love drawing and making things. It really does encourage creativity and imagination" (Parents in Touch)
When Daisy doodles her drawings come to life.
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Yes, magical things happen when Daisy Doodles!
On a rainy day with nothing to do, Daisy doodled a mouse, Pipsqueak, who sneezed itself right off the page and into Daisy's life. From there Daisy gets busy doodling and cutting out a magical land and suddenly her room disappears and adventures with Pipsqueak begin!
I wanted to review this book because I love rodents, (fancy rats in particular), and if you ask me this so-called mouse, is actually a bare-tailed rat! And as a fancy rat owner, this makes Daisy Doodles an even greater treat for me.
This is a fun, cute story which should appeal to children who love to use their imagination to draw and make things. If they don't already, this should encourage them to do so!
Daisy is just like any normal little girl bored on a rainy day, and Pipsqueak, well, he's an endearing character of whom Daisy brings to life through her drawings. A magical blend of colourful photos and beautiful illustrations, make this a super creative, kids picture book for all to enjoy!
Daisy loves to doodle and it keeps her occupied when it’s raining outside. She also has a special talent, whatever she draws comes to life.
She decided to draw a mouse and she called him Pipsqueak, and as Daisy continued to draw the little mouse came to life.
Pipsqueak asked if he could borrow the pencil and he started to draw, Daisy thought he was good. Together they made all kids of pictures and decided to put them all over the living room. He asked her if she was ready to follow him, and they both went through a mirror, and that’s where their real adventures start.
This is a paperback book with 32 pages.
The author Michelle Robinson has made the story simple enough for youngsters to understand. Irene Dickinson is the Illustrator; she’s done some lovely coloured illustrations and photographs which children will love.
The first time I read this to both my girls, (2½ yrs and 5¾yrs). They loved both the story and the pictures. When my youngest wanted the story again my eldest wanted to read it to her, (she only needed help with the odd word which she’d not seen before). It was so lovely watching them together.
This is a lovely book to read to your young child/children. If you’re looking for a simple book for your 5-6year old to read on their own, then this is a great little book to start them off.
I can highly recommend this book. :-)
As an innovative idea it works well, the mixture of real and drawn worlds is good fun and the best elements are certainly when Daisy and Pipsqueak are in Daisy’s house. It is shame that the world they imagine between them makes little to no sense. They basically see a few things and are then chased out of the story. The entire book has a feel of an origins story and that later adventures between the two will actually go somewhere. What you get is a fun book that has a different feel to it that makes it worth reading still, but it could have been a classic with a stronger narrative.