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Daisy and the Egg

introduction to the first five books of the Bible

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        StatementOrchard Books
        PublishersOrchard Books
        LC ClassificationsNovember 30, 2002
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 133 p. :
        Number of Pages96
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 101841215538

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Daisy and the Egg (Little Orchard Board Book): Jane Simmons: 9781841218267: Books

Here she is helping her aunt and her mother tend to their eggs. However, at points Mama seems oddly detached from her own egg ""Some eggs just don't hatch,"" she says casually, agreeing to join Daisy's vigil only ""until morning"" -a discordant note that diminishes the tale's overall childlike sensibility and warmth. The book has a firm idea of the child as capable and complexly characterised. Despite the heft of the issues, Simmons never allows them to get ponderous.

An utterly delightful story - perfect for older siblings about to have a new baby brother or sister - in which Daisy helps her new baby chick brother hatch from his egg.

Across the courtesy bay the white palaces of fashionable East Egg glittered along the water. Daisy and the Egg have been told they are out of print. I would like you to make a book and toy pack again.

So I Daisy and the Egg get them for the children in my family. It is such a great story and toy! I lived at West Egg, the—well, the less fashionable of the two, though this is a most superficial tag to express the bizarre and not a little sinister contrast between them. From West Egg came the Poles and the Mulreadys and Cecil Roebuck and Cecil Schoen.

This story tells about how she and her mother welcome a new little brother to the family. The books have become lost and I would love to get them for her for her 16th Birthday. The book teaches a good lesson on patience.