Scarlet Peach: Daisy Day by Susie Poole
  

Synopsis

Scarlet Peach: Daisy Day by Susie Poole

'Peach, Peach take a look in the wonderful, helpful, big, brown book. Open the pages. What do you see? Tell me lots more, about how God loves me.' An exciting NEW picture book series! Scarlet is learning about life with her loveable, magical cat - Peach! Always there to help her, Peach puts on his special glasses and the Big Brown Book comes to life! Suddenly Scarlet is able to make sense of her day. In Scarlet Peach: Daisy Day, Scarlet and Peach are going to a wedding! Everything is going well - until Scarlet gives mummy's confetti to the pet mouse with out asking first! It looks as though mummy is going to be really cross. But there is a garden full of daisies...And Peach, as always, has an idea. The Big Brown Book A leather bound family bible passed down from generation to generation. Scarlet is learning it can teach her a great way to live. She knows that when Peach dives into the big brown book he will always find something that will make a big difference to her day! The Glasses An invitation to look deeper - expecting God's word to come to life!

About the Author

Susie Poole wanted to be an artist from childhood and her work can now be seen on textiles, greetings cards and in more than a dozen books such as A Time for Everything and Just as I am. Susie lives in Manchester with her husband John and their children.

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Format

Hardback
34 pages

Author

Susie Poole
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Publisher

Authentic Media

Publication date

1st October 2008

ISBN

9781904637479


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