Princess Daisy and the Dragon by Steven Lenton


Princess Daisy and the Dragon by Steven Lenton

When a truly terrifying sound wakes the inhabitants of a fairytale kingdom, clever Princess Daisy soon figures out the problem but her father the King just won't listen. After all, what can a princess do? But when the knights who come to the rescue prove to be a big bunch of nincompoop scaredy-cats, things start to look rather bad.But what's this? Riding a cow and armed with a book rather than a sword, a fourth mystery knight dares to enter the dragon's den. Whoever can it be? Why it's Plucky Princess Daisy ...of course!

About the Author

Steven hails from Cheshire where he spent many a school holiday working in the family Pom-pom Factory, packing poms and designing new products. Since this somewhat fluffy start to his career he has gained a BA and MA in Animation and has become a successful animator and art director within the realms of children's television. Steven also designs greetings cards and prints. His main ambition has always been to be a children's book maker and he is very proud to be realising this dream with Nosy Crow.Steven lives with his partner Jay and his dog in Bath where he dunks endless amounts of hob-nobs (other biscuits are available) in big red spotty cups of tea whilst listening to Radio 2.

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32 pages


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Publication date

5th February 2015



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