Fantastic Daisy Artichoke by Quentin Blake

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From Britain's first Children's Laureate, and the winner of the Kate Greenaway Medal, the Kurt Maschler Award and the Bologna Ragazzi Prize.

Fantastic Daisy Artichoke is as appealing to young children as the immortal Mr. Magnolia. The delightfully off-beat rhyming text complements Quentin Blake's artwork perfectly.

 

About Quentin Blake

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Quentin Blake has earned an international reputation for his quirky, humorous drawings. The best-selling illustrator and author-illustrator of more than one hundred books and the recipient of numerous awards. In 1999, Blake was named the first Children's Laureate of the United Kingdom. Famous for his illustrations of Roald Dahl's beloved books, Blake has three books with Peachtree Publishers: Santa's Last Present, Loveykins, and Mrs. Armitage, Queen of the Road. He lives and works in England and France.
 
Published January 1, 1999 by Jonathan Cape. 32 pages
Genres: Children's Books.

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A carrot-topped boy and a girl with long blond tresses recall their friend Daisy and her entourage: "Her three fat cats/ we liked to stroke/ Her raven with its/ awful croak/ Her pig that almos

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A carrot-topped boy and a girl with long blond tresses recall their friend Daisy and her entourage: "Her three fat cats/ we liked to stroke/ Her raven with its/ awful croak/ Her pig that almost/ never woke."

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