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Book Review: Daisy Dawson on the Farm

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Book Review written by Miss Ruby J

Title:  Daisy Dawson on the Farm

Author:  Steve Voake

Genre:  First Chapter Book – 2nd Grade Adventure

Summary:

Daisy Dawson On The farm is a book about a girl who can talk to animals. Daisy Dawson and her farm friends are hot and bored in the summer, so they set off to find a way to fill up the duck pond to cool everyone off and have some fun.

Review:

I really liked this book because it was funny and sweet and made me feel happy. The illustrations are great, the story is entertaining and the chapters are short. I like Daisy Dawson because she is kind and smart and loves animals, like me.

My favorite part of the book is when the chickens had their rain dance to fill up the pond. They sing a funny song and dance around with their wings in the air. They get all the other farm animals excited, but still no rain!

I think girls my age (7-9) would mostly like this book.

I give it five out of five stars!  ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐

I hope you enjoyed this book review, thank you for reading!

:-)  Miss Ruby J

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Mom’s Note:

This is the fifth book in the Daisy Dawson series and she has read all of them! This was not my favorite of the series, but it was still good. I like how comfortable she is with these short chapter books, they take less time for her to read and I think that builds her confidence. Daisy reminds me of Fern, from Charlottes Web. She is clever, compassionate and brave and I think she and her adventures are perfect for 2nd graders.

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One thought on “Book Review: Daisy Dawson on the Farm

  1. Thank you Ruby for the lovely review, it was very well written 🙂 I think I might have to introduce my seven year old to this book it sounds so good!
    PS Could you please tell your mum a big thank you for leaving me crocheting advice on my blog. It really helped!

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