Daydreaming Daisy McCloud by Peter Barron
  

Daydreaming Daisy McCloud

Written by Peter Barron
Illustrated by
Part of the Monstrous Morals Series

RRP £5.95

Synopsis

Daydreaming Daisy McCloud by Peter Barron

Day-dreaming Daisy McCloud...is the wondrous story of a little girl who has her head in the clouds. She is always in trouble for day-dreaming in class and that means there are dark clouds on the horizon. One day, she looks out of her classroom window to see clouds in the shape of a giant skull - and that begins a scary adventure which ultimately teaches her an important lesson. This is the sixth book in the fantastic Monstrous Morals series which is aimed at scaring primary school children out of their bad habits. The books are fun, educational and rapidly becoming collectors' items. Day-dreaming Daisy McCloud follows the popular Fartin' Martin Sidebottom, Black-toothed Ruth Black, Nose-picking Nicholas Pickering, Fidgety Bridget Wrigglesworth, and Messy Bessie Clutterbuck. Day-dreaming Daisy McCloud is the perfect book for parents with children who are always getting told off for day-dreaming in class. The Monstrous Morals series is an educational way of helping parents to get their messages across in a fun way. Each story comes with not only a Monstrous Moral but with a Monstrous Mouthfuls glossary of new words for young readers to add to their vocabularies.

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Format

Paperback
44 pages

Author

Peter Barron
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Publisher

Pro-Actif Communications

Publication date

8th August 2015

ISBN

9781908211392


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