Daisy Doll

Author(s): Elizabeth Pulford

Picture books

Emily loves her precious doll Daisy, a doll her Great-great-grandmother used to play with. Her dress is torn, some of her hair is missing but Emily doesn't mind. Emily has a baby sister who would love to play with Daisy Doll but Emily has never been parted from her doll - not ever. So baby Penelope-Rose just watches her sister, clutching her piece of blue blanket. But then one night Penelope-Rose falls sick and Mum and Dad rush her to hospital. In their haste they leave the 'blue blankie' behind. Penelope-Rose has to stay in hospital overnight but without her blankie she won't stop crying. Emily finally offers her sister Daisy Doll and Penelope-Rose is immediately comforted and falls fast asleep. When Dad and Emily arrive at the hospital the next day Penelope-Rose is fine and carefully hands back Daisy Doll.

A very recognisable relationship between two siblings, beautifully illustrated. (Also available in a Maori version.)


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Elizabeth Pulford Elizabeth started writing for Scholastic in 1994. Her first picture book being My Sister is Magic, illustrated by Linda McClelland. Since then her titles have all be novels. Denise Durkin Denise has completed numerous titles for Learning Media but this is her first title for Scholastic. Her style is realistic and charming.

General Fields

  • : 9781869435929
  • : Scholastic New Zealand Limited
  • : Scholastic New Zealand
  • : July 2004
  • : 265mm X 215mm
  • : New Zealand
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Elizabeth Pulford
  • : Paperback
  • : Denise Durkin
  • : 823
  • : 32
  • : colour illustrations