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Daisy does not like peas. And there is nothing that will get her to eat them. Mum says she can have an extra pudding, a chocolate factory or a space rocket with double retro laser blammers - but it just won't work! Can quick-thinking Daisy save her tea time and come up with a cunning plan to turn the tables on Mum? This is a wickedly funny book about dinner time which will appeal to fussy eating children and their despairing parents! It is now presented with a brilliant CD featuring music and sound effects!
Kes Gray was noted by The Independent as one of the top ten children's authors in the UK in 2003. He is the author of the award-winning Eat Your Peas and four more titles in the acclaimed Daisy series, as well as Our Twitchy and Who's Poorly Too?, illustrated by Mary McQuillan, and Billy's Bucket, illustrated by Garry Parsons, winner of the Red House Children's Book Award for Younger Readers. He also works as a freelance advertising copywriter. Nick Sharratt has written and illustrated many books for children. Pants, written by Giles Andreae, won the 2003 Children's Book Award and The Hundred-Mile-An-Hour Dog by Jeremy Strong won it in 1997. He is the illustrator of all Jacqueline Wilson's prize-winning children's novels and his work appears in Playdays and Cosmopolitan. He lives in Brighton.