Daisy is eating her breakfast when a big purple rhinoceros strolls into the kitchen - just like that! Then it takes a bite out of her pancake - just like that! Daisy tries to tell her mum and dad, but they're much too busy to listen. They're always too busy to listen.
So Daisy starts talking to the rhino instead...
A funny, heart-warming story, cooked up by the creators of the bestselling Dogs Don't Do Ballet.
Anna Kemp grew up on a street with a gang of kids and spent her childhood sticker-swapping, playing Pac-man, and coordinating BMX displays. She was a bit of a late reader but now reads a lot in her job at Oxford University where she works on contemporary French literature. Her first picture book, Dogs Don’t Do Ballet, was published in 2010. Fantastic Frankie and the Brain-Drain Machine was her first young fiction title and published in 2011.