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Product Description

Fee fi fo fum! NOW what’s Daisy gone and done? Daisy’s back – but this time she’s in bigger trouble than ever. In fact, this time she’s in absolutely GIANT trouble! Daisy has decided that human friends are boring and it would be much better to have a giant for a friend. How do you find a giant? You plant a magic bean and climb up a beanstalk, of course! But as Daisy hunts high and low for a magic bean, could it be that what she’s going to find is not what she wanted at all? Crazy Daisy returns in a book of giant chuckles, guaranteed to have you laughing your head off!

Product Details

Format

Paperback

ISBN

9781862304956

Accelerated Reader

AR book level: 4.9; Lower years; 2.0 points

Other details
  • 224 pages
Condition

New

Author/Illustrator

Nick Sharratt

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Nick Sharratt needs little introduction with books going down a storm time and time again. He has written and illustrated many books for children, and also enjoys great success illustrating books for Jacqueline Wilson and Jeremy Strong.

He was born in 1962 and trained at the St Martin’s School of Art. Inspired by 1960s pop and graphic art, his work is instantly recognisable for its bold images and punchy colours. With lots of moving tabs, flaps to lift and other interactive features, as well as exciting wordplay and cheeky humour, Nick’s books let children discover all the different ways in which books and words can work.

He lives and works in Brighton, in a studio overlooking the sea.

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  1. Ef owl thumb 8

    Anaelsuissa
    on 1 April 2016

    AWESOME! So funny

    5out of 5
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    Cheerforevers
    on 9 March 2014

    This is about troubles with giants.

  3. Avatar fairy 761766

    sunnyrainbow123
    on 5 March 2013

    Fee fi fo fum! NOW what’s Daisy gone and done? Daisy’s back – but this time she’s in bigger trouble than ever. In fact, this time she’s in absolutely GIANT trouble! Daisy has decided that human friends are boring and it would be much better to have a giant for a friend. How do you find a giant? You plant a magic bean and climb up a beanstalk, of course! But as Daisy hunts high and low for a magic bean, could it be that what she’s going to find is not what she wanted at all?

    3 stars
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    lmdrld
    on 4 March 2013

    This book is about daisy wanting to be a giant.

  5. Evie 113313

    Fifi44
    on 15 April 2011

    gggggggggggggggggoooooooooooooooooooddddddddddddddddd

    4out of 5
  6. Monkey 113537

    starberella
    on 25 February 2011

    real funny, daisy is so clumsy she wrecks everything! Great book! yeah totally!!!!!!!!!!!

    5out of 5
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    kt26
    on 5 November 2010

    i thought daisy and the trouble with giants is a very good book and i would like to read more of them books :)

    4out of 5
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    miley13
    on 25 November 2008

    Its absolutley awsome this book

    5out of 5