Daffodil Grey, and her cat, Teacake, were having an ordinary day at the park. That is until they discover a sad little girl who needs their help. Can Daffi help her new friend with the trouble happening at the playground? Based on Article 31 of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, this story will encourage all young minds to exercise their right to play and make everyday extraordinary!
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Anna Gilchrist is an American author who was born and raised outside Washington D.C., the nation’s capital. After receiving her Masters in Childhood Studies at Swansea University in the United Kingdom, she decided to take on her love of visual arts and writing to publish her first children’s book, encouraging children to exercise their right to be children. She currently lives in Swansea, where she is also the lead vocalist in a popular funk rock band.
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