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The Petal People - Doris Daisy

The Petal People - Doris Daisy
Reads: 
41
Pages: 
32
Average: 3 (2 votes)
3

Very, very pretty and delicate. She is very friendly and popular.  She likes pretty, dainty things and is always re-decorating her house to keep up with the latest trends.  If she isn't pulling her shopping trolley around Flowerland then she is riding around on her scooter.

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Pauline Earles's picture
Doris Daisy is a fluffy, dainty character who is always happy and cheerful with lots of friends. Do not be decieved. She is often seen whizzing around Flowerland on her scooter causing all sorts of mischief!!

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Pages: 32
Reading Level: Intermediate (6 to 9)
Language: English
ISBN: ISBN 1-90065798-3
Categories: Family & Friends
Features: Illustrations
Keywords: happy, popular, scooter, busy, friendly, pretty
Date Added: February 16, 2012
The Petal Peoplec Doris Daisy Written by Pauline Earles Created by Pauline Earles From original artwork by Zoe Earles wwwthepetalpeoplecom The right of Pauline Earles to be identified as the creator and author of this work has been asserted by her in accordance with the Copyrights Design and Patents Act First published in C Pauline Earles All rights reserved No part of this publication may be reproduced stored in a retrieval system or transmitted by any means whatsoever Published by Petal People Publishing Ltd DORIS DAISY Everything about Doris Daisy was delicate First of all she looked delicate with masses of white petals fanned out around her face Her cottage both inside and out was decorated in delicate pastel shades Even the garden seemed to be all pink and white giving the effect of fluffy cotton wool floating everywhere It was a lovely sunny morning and Doris Daisy decided that today she would do something that she had been promising herself for quite a while now She went to the cupboard took out her shopping trolley and set out for the shops Doris Daisy needed her trolley because what she was going to buy would be far too heavy for her to carry all the way home