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Daisy and the egg

by Jane Simmons

  • 348 Want to read
  • 14 Currently reading

Published by Little, Brown and Co. in Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ducks -- Infancy -- Fiction.,
  • Animals -- Infancy -- Fiction.,
  • Eggs -- Fiction.,
  • Brothers and sisters -- Fiction.

  • About the Edition

    Daisy the duckling eagerly awaits the arrival of a new brother or sister, even helping Mama Duck sit on the egg while they wait for it to hatch.

    Edition Notes

    Statementby Jane Simmons.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPZ7.S59182 Dai 1998
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (unpaged) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL374176M
    ISBN 100316797472
    LC Control Number98035949

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Daisy and the egg by Jane Simmons Download PDF EPUB FB2

This time, Aunt Buttercup is sitting on an egg for Daisy's mom, and young Daisy can't wait for her new brother or sister to be born.

But when all three of Aunt Buttercup's eggs hatch, Mama's green egg Cited by: 2. Well, the last Daisy book I read ended in "Hello, Daisy!", "Hello, Granny!" so I'll admit I wasn't ready for some of the issues in this book. Specifically, there is a suggestion of surrogate mothers (the Aunt is sitting on the egg instead of the mother of the egg) as well as /5(10).

Daisy's Auntie Buttercup is sitting on four eggs: three Daisy and the egg book her own and one for Mamma Duck. Daisy is so excited—soon she will have a little brother or sister. But hatching an egg isn't always that easy, as Daisy soon finds out/5(22).

Daisy and the Egg (Little Orchard Board Book) Hardcover – Febru by Jane Simmons (Author)4/5(17). Daisy and the Egg is about a little duckling Daisy who experienced the hatching of her little cousins and brother.

Daisy visited Aunt Buttercup¿s nest where Daisy and the egg book was sitting on her eggs as will as Daisy¿s Mama¿s single egg.4/5(2). Mama Duck and Aunt Buttercup are sitting on a new egg, and Daisy is eagerly awaiting the arrival of her new brother or sister. Days pass, and Daisy waits and waits.

Mama Duck and Aunt Buttercup are sitting on a new egg, and Daisy is eagerly awaiting the arrival of her new brother or sister. Days pass, and Daisy waits and waits until she is finally awakened by a "Pip. Pip. Pip!" A story full of anticipation to which every older sibling can relate, "Daisy and the Egg" will surely be a hit with fans of this endearing duckling.

Well, the last Daisy book I read ended in "Hello, Daisy!", "Hello, Granny!" so I'll admit I wasn't ready for some of the issues in this book. Specifically, there is a suggestion of surrogate mothers (the Aunt is sitting on the egg instead of the mother of the egg) as well as the possibility of a pregnancy that doesn't end happily.4/5(16).

In this sequel to Come Along, Daisy!, the winsome duckling is eagerly awaiting a sibling: Aunt Buttercup is sitting on an egg of Mama's as well as three of her own.

But even after Daisy's cousins make. All book covers and art are copyrighted to their respective publishing companies and/or authors. We do not own, nor claim ownership of any images used in. Daisy and the Egg by Jane Simmons. Pip and Squeak by Ian Schoenherr - Duration: Story and Music time with Abigail and Zoe' Recommended for you.

Daisy and the Egg is about a little duckling named Daisy. Her mom had an egg. It took a long period of time for the egg to hatch. When the egg finally hatched, they named the duckling Pip. They watched the sun-rise on Pip’s hatching day. If you want to find out what happens after Pip hatches, you will have to read the book.

Daisy, a winsome young duck, never looses faith that her new sibling will emerge from the egg, despite her mother’s warning that some eggs just don’t hatch. Daisy’s perseverance pays off when her new brother Pip finally pokes his way out of the shell. Cozy illustrations capture Daisy’s child-like confidence in an appealing story of determination and loyalty.

Daisy and the Egg Book and Audiocassette Tape Set (Paperback Book and Audio Cassette Tape) Paperback – January 1, by Jane Simmons (Author, Illustrator), Jean Richards (Narrator)Manufacturer: Scholastic Book Clubs Softcover Book and Audiocassette Tape.

Daisy and the Egg by Jane Simmons; 11 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Animals, Brothers and sisters, Infancy, Eggs, Fiction, Eggs in fiction, Brothers and sisters in fiction, Animals in fiction, Ducks, Ducks in fiction.

Daisy and the Egg Hardcover – 1 Feb. by Jane Simmons (Author) › Visit Amazon's Jane Simmons Page. search results for this author. Jane Simmons (Author) out of 5 stars 12 ratings. See all 20 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Amazon Price New from /5(10).

Daisy, the duckling who learned a thing or two about paying attention in Come Along, Daisy. (), returns in a story of anticipation, persistence, and faith. This acceptably guileless creature enters situations without fear for the consequences; call it youth. Here she is helping her aunt and her mother tend to their eggs.

The aunt’s three ducklings hatch out, while the mother’s green. Daisy's Auntie Buttercup is sitting on four eggs: three of her own and one for Mamma Duck. Daisy is so excited -- soon she will have a little brother or sister.

But hatching an egg isn't always that easy, as Daisy soon finds out. A beautifully illustrated, affectionate book featuring the popular character, Daisy the duckling, in dual language. Daisy the duckling eagerly awaits the arrival of a new brother or sister, even helping Mama Duck sit on the egg while they wait for it to hatch.

Edition Notes "First published in Great Britain in Cited by: 2. Daisy the duckling eagerly awaits the arrival of a new brother or sister, even helping Mama Duck sit on the egg while they wait for it to hatch Notes no page number in the bookPages:.

Daisy's Auntie Buttercup is sitting on four eggs: three of her own and one for Mamma Duck. Daisy is so excited - soon she will have a little brother or sister. But hatching an egg isn't always that easy, as Daisy soon finds out.Daisy and the egg.

[Jane Simmons] -- Daisy the duckling eagerly awaits the arrival of a new brother or sister, even helping Mama Duck sit on the egg while they wait for it to hatch. Your Web browser is not enabled for JavaScript.Board book edition of this classic Daisy story.

Daisy's Auntie Buttercup is sitting on four eggs: three of her own and one for Mamma Duck. Daisy is so excited - soon she will have a little brother or sister!