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OOPS-A-Daisy!

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Daisy Rabbit is learning how to hop. "Watch me, Mamal" Daisy cries out as she tries a big hop . . . hippity-hoppity-flop Mama helps Daisy up and shows her that everyone needs to practice things. Little Duck is learning to swim and Little Mouse is learning to climb and gather seeds. Daisy keeps practicing her hopping . . . whoopsity-oopsity After a long day, Daisy is an exp ...more
Paperback, 32 pages
Published January 28th 2006 by Tiger Tales (first published March 1st 2004)
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Rosa Cline
Jun 24, 2015 Rosa Cline rated it really liked it
Shelves: kids
This book was a nice book where a small bunny is learning how to hop and bounce; he finds it difficult and frustrating and wants to give up. But his Mama Bunny shows him other smaller 'children' and things their Mama or Daddy's are teaching them...like the frog, and the mouse etc. He stays with learning and eventually does learn how to hop and bounce the way he wants. He says "I wonder if the others are staying with it also and learnt" and the illustrations shows them doing it. My 3 year old gra ...more
Sarah Sammis
Feb 21, 2011 Sarah Sammis rated it really liked it
Oops-a-daisy by Claire Freedman was a Harriet favorite over the summer. It's the story of a young rabbit learning how to hop. Each time she hops she falls over one way or another.

The accompanying illustrations are adorable and charming. They capture the mother's loving patience and Daisy's range of emotions from determination, frustration, and confidence.

Daisy learning to hop is much like a young child learning to walk. Harriet was reading the book in the final run up to her October dance recita
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Carla Vazquez
Jul 16, 2012 Carla Vazquez rated it really liked it
We are introduced to Daisy a little rabbit learning to jump in a field. As her mama is showing her how to jump. Along, the way the see other baby animals learning new things. At one point she wanted to give up because it was to hard but she didn't. At the end she learned how to jump. Because she didn't give and kept trying she was able to learn. The book contains nice illustrations that would capture the child's attention. I liked the overall them of the book and would recommend it to young read ...more
Anne
May 22, 2008 Anne rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: parents
Shelves: children-s-books
Sweet book with adorable illustrations.
Daisy the rabbit is learning how to hop, but is having trouble. Mama teaches her about perseverance by having her keep on trying and showing Daisy that others struggle in learning new things too.
Both my boys (ages 2 and 5) really enjoy this book.
Michael Leitzman
this was a neat read. shows kids that you can do anything you set your mind too. also shows kids it is okay to ask for help and for kids to want to help others. i liked this book and would have this book my class if it was a younger grade.
Heather Russell
Jul 11, 2008 Heather Russell rated it it was amazing
The mommy bunny is teaching her baby how to hop (and Oops she falls a lot) and encourages to keep trying and working hard to do it one day. I like this book and when I read it to Ethan I tell him that one day he will walk too.
Jaime
Feb 27, 2011 Jaime rated it really liked it
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really enjoying this author right now. I recommend her books for the kiddos. The books have beautiful pictures, and that just makes the stories a little more real and exciting.
Kasi
Dec 09, 2010 Kasi rated it really liked it
This book is great when discussing goals with students.
Hannah
Feb 03, 2016 Hannah rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Adorable illustrations!
Chrystal
Oct 29, 2010 Chrystal rated it really liked it
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Good message.
Lily
Jul 11, 2008 Lily rated it it was amazing
its a good book
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I’ve been a writer for over 15 years now, but it wasn’t planned!

I had a variety of jobs, including secretary, trainee buyer at Harrods, dental nurse, production assistant in a reprographic and printing company and various others.

I began to write after joining a creative writing class. I had no success with article writing, or short stories, or fiction, but the first children’s story I wrote, for a
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