Princess Daisy and the Magical Merry-Go-Round (The Tiara Club at Silver Towers, #3)
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Princess Daisy and the Magical Merry-Go-Round (The Tiara Club at Silver Towers #3)

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Princess Daisy is nervous about riding a merry-go-round for the first time at King Percival's Royal Carnival. But this is no ordinary merry-go-round, and Daisy turns out to be much braver than she thinks!
Paperback, 70 pages
Published July 1st 2007 by HarperTrophy
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I said that I liked it instead of saying it was amazing cuz I liked it.

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Who is your favorite character in this book?
Princess Daisy.


Tell me about her. What do you like about her?
There was a carnival on Saturday and Princess Daisy was invited.

But what do you like about Daisy? Is she a fun character?

Is she a crazy character?
Sort of.

Why is she crazy?
I know this is gonna sound weird because she's a perfect princess and perfect princess usually aren't crazy but she's...more
Whenever Rebecca picks one of these books from the library or the bookstore I feel incredibly aggravated. First of all, this is NOT real literature. It's actually very similar to some of Rebecca's own creations. The only appeal of this book is the pretty princess on the front. The illustrations are pretty uninteresting. It took Rebecca about 25 minutes to read. It wasn't enlightening. It wasn't funny. It tries to teach friendship and good behavior but comes off empty. Though it's harmless, I def...more
Cherese Vines
Jun 17, 2012 Cherese Vines rated it 4 of 5 stars Recommends it for: all little princess
In this installment of the Tiara Club, Daisy is the narrator. She is afraid of the Merry-Go-Round. What will she do? This book tells of friendship and not being too afraid to try new things. This was the second Tiara Club book I read and the "villains" Diamonde and Gruella seem to always be around to bring the Tiara Club members down. I hope that Diamonde and Gruella aren't the only "villains" in the series because, all girls have feelings and maybe these to "mean girls" are just mean because th...more
Sara Shaw
Amazing! I love this one though I don't like Daisy
it was good.I really liked it.I wish it was longer though.To short for me i'm in fourth grade so I have to read books that are longer than 70 pages.But the book was still good.
Беше много интересна.
Дракончето беше сладко.
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