You're a Hero, Daley B by Jon Blake
  

Synopsis

You're a Hero, Daley B by Jon Blake

Daley B's life is full of questions. What is he? Where should he live? What should he eat? But the question he finds most perplexing of all is why his feet are so big. Jazzy D, the weasel, pays him a visit and puts him straight as to his identity, before pouncing for the kill. Quick as a flash Daley B turns his back and kicks the weasel up in the air and back to where he came from. The other rabbits jump and cheer. You're a hero Daley B! they cry. That's funny, says Daley B. I thought I was a rabbit . Jon Blake has also written Impo , The Hell Hound of Hooley Street , The King of Rock and Roll , Geoffrey's First and Holiday in Happy Street . Axel Scheffler has also illustrated Sam Who Was Swallowed By a Shark .

About the Author

Jon Blake

Jon Blake's writing career began at the tender age of nine with his modestly titled newspaper, 'World Times'. His first book was published several years later, after a short career "being trodden into the ground by the Youth" as a teacher. He has since written many books for children including You're a Hero, Daley B!, and a trilogy of early readers about Little Stupendo, a stunt-girl extraordinaire!

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Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: Under 6-8

Author

Jon Blake
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Author's Website

www.jonblake.co.uk/

Publisher

Walker Books Ltd

Publication date

7th July 1994

ISBN

9780744531589


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