Room Enough for Daisy

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Orca Book Publishers, Oct 1, 2011 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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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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User 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

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Daisy learns that less can be more. Read full review

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Debby lives in Edmonton with her husband and two children and conducts writing workshops with students of all ages. When not working on one of her many writing projects, she enjoys reading, cycling, baking, attempting to make nutritionally balanced meals for her family, and ferrying her children to music lessons and sports activities. More information is available on her website www.debbywaldman.com.

Cindy Revell was born in Carrot River, a small town in Saskatchewan. She received her diploma in Environmental Graphic Design. Her illustrations have been used on billboards, wine bottles, books, magazines, calendars, furniture, packaging and numerous children's books all over North America. She was nominated in 2001 for a Governor General's award for children's book illustration (Mallory and the Power Boy). See her work at www.cindyrevell.com.

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