Eat Your Peas
Written by Kes Gray, Nick Sharratt
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The familiar theme of picky eating is given a great twist.
Mum wants Daisy to eat her peas. She wants her to eat her peas SO MUCH that she’s willing to bribe her with a host of treats from special pudding to a new bike, a chocolate factory and an extra late bedtime. But Daisy won’t budge. She’ll only eat her peas on one condition… Can Mum fulfil it? You bet she can’t!
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Eat Your Peas by Kes Gray, Nick Sharratt
It was dinner time again and Daisy just knew what her mum was going to say. Daisy looked down at the little green balls that were ganging up on her plate. And so the battle of wills begins. Mum offers Daisy ten puddings, a chocolate factory and a space rocket with double retro laser blammers, but nothing can make her eat her peas.
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Kes Gray, Nick Sharratt
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Random House Children's Books
1st March 2007
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