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In this book, Daisy goes on an actual school trip to Bobbington Hall! And, according to Jack Beechwhistle, there may even be secret passages!
Trouble is, secret passages are hard to find. and what happens when you do find one?
I especially liked the Secret pacts Daisy and her class made, and of how most of the class got sent back to the coach trying to find secret passages. and the fountain scene was hilarious. I especially liked how pleased Jack Beechwhistle was when Daisy and Gabby got busted.
I purchased this for my seven year old son, on a friends recommendation of the Daisy books. We both enjoyed it immensely, there were parts we were laughing so much it was impossible to read on, until our giggles subsided. My son is an able reader but had gone off reading as the books we had were not very engaging or entertaining. However, Kes Grey has renewed my son's love of reading, with her entertain characters and comical situations. We now look forward to reading at bedtime and then we carry on in the morning, reading is now a joy not a chore. We are both looking forward to reading more Daisy and the trouble with...
our little girl has been reading these series for the past four years and of course we had to sit through the stories too...some are quite amusing even from an adults prospective,lol,this one is possibly the most amusing yet and our girl loved it.As with all the books from the Trouble With... series its well written and no slang or any inapropriate language just to appear cool is used,which is a bonus...
My daughter now has the full Daisy book collection. They are fantastically written very funny and Daisy is such a likeable character. I would highly recommend these books. Best children’s books I’ve ever read my daughter had been into them since she was about 9 she’s 12 now.
These are great books- we’ve been reading them to our daughter who’s 4 and she loves them. Great transition from picture led books - enough very brill pictures so she doesn’t miss them. And v funny stories that us grown ups are amused by too. This one was particularly ace.