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Published: 3 Jun 2004
No matter the occasion, Daisy just can't help getting into trouble!
When three actual burglaries happen in Daisy’s town, Daisy is beside herself with excitement. Two houses and the fish and chip shop have been broken into (and lots of cods and haddocks have been stolen). Anyone could be next!
Daisy wants to help. Together with Gabby and Dylan, she forms her own detective agency. Armed with a notebook, a magnifying glass, a camera and a box of icing sugar, she sets out on the burglars' trail.
Trouble is, detective work is hard when you're not allowed to go further than the end of the road . . .
Published: 6 Jul 2006
It’s Halloween and Daisy is going trick-or-treating for the very first time. In the dark . . . in the fog . . . with a VAMPIRE . . . armed only with a torch and some silly string. GULP!
The funny, spooky and totally troublesome new tale from the bestselling Daisy series.
'The trouble with coconuts is they are the worst type of nuts in the whole wide world. If you ask me, coconuts shouldn’t be allowed in a funfair. If you double ask me, they shouldn’t even be allowed to grow. Coconuts are too big. Coconuts are too hairy. Plus, if you try to win one, they just get you into trouble. Which isn’t my fault!'
Get up to no good with Daisy as she heads to the funfair - for a whole lot more trouble!
Daisy has been EXTREMELY excited about Christmas since September. And when Daisy is excited, TROUBLE will surely follow!
Daisy loves the carols, the sparkly lights, the crackers, the snowmen, and especially the chance to be in the school Christmas play. She's got SEVEN whole words to learn! But when Daisy and her best friend Gabby decide the dolly their teacher has chosen to play the Baby Jesus is a bit . . . well, boring, Daisy comes up with a plan that will mean TROUBLE!
Fee Fi Fo Fum! What has Daisy gone and done?! Daisy has decided she wants to meet a REAL giant! If Daisy met a real giant he'd pick Daisy up and put her on his shoulder and they'd have giant adventures! They'd eat crunchy creams as big as tractor tyres, and if she got thirsty, they'd have giant lemonades out of giant straws. It would be sooooo gooood! Trouble is . . . if you want to meet a giant you need a magic bean. And finding magic beans can be troublesome . . .
The trouble with giants is they really shouldn't live at the top of magic beanstalks. If giants didn't live at the top of magic beanstalks then Daisy is convinced that she wouldn't have got into big trouble AGAIN!
Daisy is going on holiday! In an actual plane to actual Spain! It's so exciting! She's never seen a palm tree before, or eaten octopus, or played zombie mermaids, or made so many new friends!
TROUBLE is, five of them are small and cute and furry kittens!!!! And guess who wants to be their new English Mum?!?
The second brilliant book in the Jack Beechwhistle series.
The world's a dangerous place. Luckily, Jack Beechwhistle is around to protect it. He might look like an ordinary boy, but really he's a junior secret agent. He's tackled all sorts of missions - exploding conkers, zombie sweet-shop owners, and man-eating giant slugs - with a bit of help from his best friends and sidekicks, Colin and Harry (as long as it's not past their bedtime).
Then Jack notices something strange and suspicious about the hairdresser in town, Valentino. Every time Valentino cuts someone's hair, he sweeps the hairs up and collects them in a big plastic bag. But what is he using them for?
Everything points to Valentino being an evil enemy agent! And Jack Beechwhistle's on the case . . .
Don't panic, but you're in danger.
At least, you would be, if Jack Beechwhistle wasn't around to protect the world from alien attacks, zombie sweet-shop owners, and exploding conkers - with a bit of help from his trusty sidekicks, Colin and Harry (as long as it's not past Colin and Harry's bedtime). Their missions are daring, dangerous, and deadly. They even have top-secret headquarters (the shed by the rhubarb patch).
But now Jack's about to face his most challenging challenge yet. The Attack of the Giant Slugs.
And they're on their way to Jack's school - right in the middle of maths!
Daisy can't believe it! Mrs Peters is making her sit next to Jack Beechwhistle - the worst boy in the school, and possibly the whole world!
Jack is so mad! Mrs Peters is making him sit next to Daisy Butters - she's such an annoying blabber!
As the school day goes on, Daisy and Jack think of more and more ways to get one up on each other. Then they both have a brilliant idea!
Trouble is, Daisy and Jack might be more alike than they realized . . .
A funny, mischievous and totally troublesome tale for girls and boys, written and published specially for World Book Day 2016.
Published: 3 Mar 2016
Daisy is SO excited! She's been picked to look after the class hamsters, Pickle and Pops, over the Easter holidays - AND her mum's taking her to Chocolate Land!!!
Trouble is, the two things probably shouldn't mix...
The totally troublesome and laugh-out-loud funny new tale from the bestselling Daisy series.
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