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S a dustman on the dole and one with her Mum who has married a Duke with a Daimler B To start with the illustrations are brilliant and fundamental in showing the difference and whirlwind of daisy s life The book as a whole is slightly repetitive but I believe now something many young children can relate to with families not always staying together or the feeling of being pulled from pillar to post However it lacked emotion for me only noting she didn t know whether she was coming or going or how she felt about parents or even being rich and poor It would be a short story for the end of the day good for art or getting children to look at their busy lives or writing a diary other than that it is a little pants

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Miss Dirt the Dustman's Daughter Happy Families

Daisy Dirt has an amazing life as she zooms between two homes one with her Dad who i I loved this book Any child whose parents are separated will sympathise with Daisy DirtThis contemporary tale tells the story of a little girl who goes backwards and forwards from mums house to dads house and in effect leads two very different lives Mum is very rich and dad is very poor and so Daisy experiences both lifestyles Children of all ages would be able to connect with this story on some level whether it be because of the detailed illustrations or the comical way in which it is written In a strange twist of fate Daisy s parents end up swapping lifestyles by the end of the story but this still makes Daisy both the poorest and the richest girl in the whole town This book would prove very useful in a PSHE lesson or circle time especially if there are children in the class who are experiencing a similar situation in their own home life Children may be able to show empathy for Daisy There may be a discussion as to which lifestyle they would prefer and why Daisy Dirt writes a diary Children in KS1 could be encouraged to keep a diary for a week and compare it to Daisy s

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Ut when the Duke loses his money and her Dad wins the lottery it is a different stor Third book in the Happy Families series I have read and the 17th in the series sees another somewhat humorous but average read Keen observers of these reviews may see a pattern here as I read through a bunch of these Happy Families books between others of course All good fun very short and easy reading with humour


6 thoughts on “Miss Dirt the Dustman's Daughter Happy Families

  1. says:

    I loved this book Any child whose parents are separated will sympathise with Daisy DirtThis contemporary tale tells the stor

  2. says:

    To start with the illustrations are brilliant and fundamental in showing the difference and whirlwind of daisy's life The book as a whole is slightly repetitive but I believe now something many young children can relate to with families not always staying together or the feeling of being pulled from pillar to post However it lacked emotion for me only noting she didn't know whether she was coming or going or how she felt about parents or ev

  3. says:

    Third book in the Happy Families series I have read and the 17th in the series sees another somewhat humorous but average read Keen observers of these reviews may see a pattern here as I read through a bunch of these Happy Families books between others of course All good fun very short and easy reading with humour

  4. says:

    Very good book I think the book has a good moral to the story and children could learn a lot from the ideas of 'rich and poor' I think this book was very enjoyable and would recommend this book to children

  5. says:

    Brilliant book about separated parents for young people

  6. says:

    ContrastsMiss Dirt is a book of comparisons and contradictions I still love this book from when I was young It was relevant today and

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