A beautifully illustrated picture story book for pre-schoolers about a little grey bantam hen named Daisy who lives on a farm with lots of other animals.
Daisy's special mission in life is to raise a family of her own.
But the farmer has other ideas.
Will Daisy's persistence and determination help her to achieve her dream?
This book is suitable for young children learning to read and the book also helps teach children the days of the week.
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Learning should be a fun and exciting adventure in life. Thus, the authors have attempted to reflect this in their collection of books published under The Flying Desk umbrella.
Being a primary school teacher by profession, Lydia has utilized her teaching skills to produce an interesting and unique range of educational books for children with the help of her daughter, Bridget, who also shares her mother's passion for writing.
Although all of the books created are fictitious, the authors always attempt to include a certain element of reality in their books and have a preference for writing books about their personal life experiences, as well as about their many pets.
Some of the pets that they own include chickens, birds, a Pekin duck named Mario who lays eggs and has a best friend named Fluffy who is actually a chicken, and their newest family addition, a beautiful Greyhound named Milly who is a rescue dog.
The books produced are specifically targeted for pre-school to primary school aged children and are designed to be as engaging, interesting and stimulating as possible with certain elements of humour added for further entertainment.
Being an independent publisher of children's books, The Flying Desk specifically aims to produce a range of exciting books that will capture the imagination of young children everywhere.
Lydia and Bridget look forward to writing many more children's books in the near future and hope to encourage a love of books and a lifelong passion for reading.
"Where is Daisy?" is suitable for young children learning to read and helps teach children the days of the week. It is a story about a little grey bantam hen named Daisy and her quest to raise a family of her own. Daisy was our real pet bantam and was the inspiration for this book.
Sadly, Daisy passed away unexpectedly just as the books were in their final printing stage. The books are now a tribute to Daisy's memory.
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