Room Enough for Daisy
Daisy has more toys than she knows what to do with. In this story, inspired by an Eastern European folktale about a house that's too small, Daisy thinks she needs a bigger bedroom for all the gifts on her birthday list. Her clever mom helps her realize less is more, and Daisy decides to donate many of her things to a Mitzvah Day rummage sale. In the process, Daisy learns about sharing and the satisfaction that comes from choosing what's important.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - EmilyBeer - LibraryThing
I really liked this story and the message it portrayed. I really liked the writing, each time the mom added an item to Daisy’s room and she tripped over it she repeated the pattern in which she ... Read full review
ROOM ENOUGH FOR DAISYUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
A modern variant on a classic Eastern European folktale.Waldman, this time with co-author Feutl, offers another adaptation (Clever Rachel, 2009, and A Sack Full of Feathers, 2007) but with lackluster ... Read full review