Daizy Star and the Pink Guitar

Meet the one and only Daizy Star! She’s ready to dazzle everyone with her brand new pink guitar! At last, it’s time for her to find her very own star quality. But then Dad comes up with yet another crazy way to make his “dreams come true” – which is a shame, since his dreams are a bit like everyone else’s nightmares. He wants to drag the whole family off to Africa to help with a charity project! That’s right – swapping happy family life in Brightford for digging wells and milking African goats. Eeek! Now Daizy needs a clever plan. She’s got to win the Battle of the Bands, or she can kiss goodbye to all her friends, sleepovers and (worst of all!) custard doughnuts. She can’t let that happen, can she?

Second in the touching and hilarious Daizy Star series for younger readers from much-loved author Cathy Cassidy.

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  • loved it

    This is a very interesting book.

    4 April 2016

  • This is about daisy trying to find her star quality.

    9 March 2014

  • This book was alright however made for younger readers unlike her other books. It was interesting but at some points of the story it became a tiny bit boring. It was not in my opinion a book you can put down or get tired by.

    4 March 2014

  • aju

    loved it it was fabulous

    25 July 2013

  • loved it

    Great book for younger readers of Cathy Cassidy.

    22 March 2013

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    Cathy Cassidy

    She’s been an art teacher, magazine editor and agony aunt but we like her best as a top-selling author. If you love books about family, friendship and chocolate, then look no further than Cathy!


    Cathy won the Royal Mail Award for Scottish Children’s Books for Scarlett in 2007, the Lincolnshire Young People’s Book Award in 2009 and the 2013 Doncaster Book Award for Summer’s Dream. She was also crowned Queen of Teen in 2010.

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