The sixth anarchic story featuring the irrepressible Daisy as a spy
Daisy is back and this time she's not just Daisy, she's 006 and a Bit, spy extraordinaire. With her black felt-tip moustache, dark glasses, secret spy gadgets and special spy code, she's poised and ready for action. There's just one problem, nobody can understand a word she's saying! Mrs Pike the neighbour, Tiptoes the cat and even Gabby, Daisy's best friend, are all baffled by her spy language.
Poor 006 and a Bit is about to abandon her mission when a mysterious stranger with a blue moustache and purple beard deep pokes his head around the door . . .
Kes Gray was noted by The Independent
as one of the top ten children's authors in the UK in 2003. He is the author of the award-winning Eat Your Peas
and four more titles in the acclaimed Daisy series, as well as Our Twitchy
and Who's Poorly Too?
, illustrated by Mary McQuillan, and Billy's Bucket
, illustrated by Garry Parsons, winner of the Red House Children's Book Award for Younger Readers. He also works as a freelance advertising copywriter.
Nick Sharratt has written and illustrated many books for children. Pants
, written by Giles Andreae, won the 2003 Children's Book Award and The Hundred-Mile-An-Hour Dog
by Jeremy Strong won it in 1997. He is the illustrator of all Jacqueline Wilson's prize-winning children's novels and his work appears in Playdays and Cosmopolitan. He lives in Brighton.
Kes Gray has written a story of everyday make-believe which benefits enormously from Nick Sharratt's perfectly judged ilustrations.,A great summer read from this award-winning duo - just hide the felt tips after dipping into it.,This is a great book for reading aloud...Very inventive.,Just splendid.,Funny story with bold and zany pictures,Review,This excellent team and produced another winner.,Short review,This is an entertaining picture book