Daisy in Exile

Daisy in Exile From the author of Daisy and the Pirates comes another rollicking Daisy Tannenbaum misadventure this time set in Paris Twelve year old Daisy Tannenbaum gets expelled from school for punching a bully
  • Title: Daisy in Exile
  • Author: J.T. Allen
  • ISBN: 9780998680514
  • Page: 313
  • Format: Paperback
  • Daisy in Exile
    From the author of Daisy and the Pirates comes another rollicking Daisy Tannenbaum misadventure, this time set in Paris.Twelve year old Daisy Tannenbaum gets expelled from school for punching a bully and sent to live in Paris with her Aunt Millicent, who teaches math at The Embassy School Daisy arrives to find her enigmatic Aunt Mill moonlighting as a cryptographer, workiFrom the author of Daisy and the Pirates comes another rollicking Daisy Tannenbaum misadventure, this time set in Paris.Twelve year old Daisy Tannenbaum gets expelled from school for punching a bully and sent to live in Paris with her Aunt Millicent, who teaches math at The Embassy School Daisy arrives to find her enigmatic Aunt Mill moonlighting as a cryptographer, working to decipher an antique code used by Louis XVI s secret service during their covert operation to recover the infamous Queen s Diamonds from Comtesse de la Motte Faster than you can say Les Deux Magots, Daisy gets involved in a serpentine plot involving spies, forged documents, French history, secret codes, and priceless diamonds that takes her racing through the streets and even into the sewers of Paris to escape the criminals and solve the mystery all while trying to keep up with her math and French lessons.Readers young and old will embrace Miss Daisy Tannenbaum.Praise for Daisy in Exile Daisy Tannenbaum You are my hero Talk about female empowerment, this almost teen has spunk than any superhero I know and best of all, she kicks butt in the City of Light Daisy in Exile, is set in beautiful Paris so her action packed story is littered with many of my favorite places plus some new ones I really enjoyed the read and can heartily recommend it to anyone who enjoys the spirit of Paris told by someone who obviously knows the city well Can t wait for Daisy s next adventure Michelle Moggio author of The Paris Effect J.T Allen has created an unforgettable character any young girl would love to call her friend and given young readers an introduction to the City of Light they will never forget Daisy s charm is that she tackles each extraordinary escapade with the same fearless good humor as she confronts the typical challenges of childhood Young readers will immediately identify with Daisy as they fall in love with her courage and ingenuity Daisy s amazing adventures will keep children reading well past their bedtimes Diana Falk, Norwin Public Library Director I love the main character, Daisy She has so mucharacter The story of Daisy in Exile is original, the plot excitinge language fun and easy to readI love the humor in the story too All in all a great book for girls and their moms Miss Nathalie Paris, Mobile Librarian at Natta Lingo and Primary Languages Teacher, UK
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  • J.T. Allen

    J.T Allen is a long time screenwriter who sold his first script while living in Paris He then moved to Los Angeles and wrote several early drafts of The Lion King His television movie credits include TNT s Geronimo and The Good Old Boys, FX s Redemption and CBS s Death in Paradise The first Daisy Tannenbaum misadventure, Daisy and the Pirates, started as a pitch for a Disney Channel movie Allen loved the character, who was inspired by his two daughters, and wrote his first novel instead Daisy in Exile, the second in the series, began as chapters for Daisy s blog, My Stupid Journal In the meantime, this very instant Daisy has a crack troop of monkeys working day and night to create a third book while she is off getting into mischief, which she or Mr Allen will no doubt tell the monkeys all about To find out about Mr Allen and Miss Daisy Tannenbaum please visit DaisyTannenbaum.

  • 500 Comments

  • Once again, J.T Allen gives us another 5 star read, featuring a 12 year old, Miss Daisy Tannenbaum This is a middle grade novel that is equally enjoyable by adults I loved it It s a page turner from the beginning, and you won t want to put it down, I know I didn t Daisy is struggling with her mother being pregnant,and she got in trouble for punching a bully who was giving her friend trouble at school So Daisy s aunt agrees to homeschool her from her home, in Paris Daisy finds out her aunt is wor [...]


  • Even better than the first Daisy and her family are home, expecting the arrival of the baby and adjusting to life after shipwreck Daisy s friend is harassed at school and in her Daisy way takes matter into her own hands She punches the bully The school thinks she is PTSD and wants her medicated So her parents instead send her to her aunt s in Paris Daisy feels banished, but soon takes to the place Her aunt homeschools her and lets her run free during the day She makes some rather interesting fri [...]


  • Daisy is a teen who gets sent to live with her aunt in Paris, France The aunt gives Daisy quite a bit of freedom to go off on her own and doesn t seem to get too worried about things that happen like Daisy falling off a roof though the aunt doesn t know this until much later but you d think when Daisy showed up with ripped clothes and injured, that the aunt would ask questions than she does Somehow Daisy and her aunt become enmeshed in a plot revolving around a historic diamond necklace.


  • Soo is is a review of a self published book, which my loyal readers will know I don t typically do My reasons for not reviewing self published books are mainly bound up in the fact that I used to work in the publishing industry, but every once in a while I come across a fabulous self published book that I really enjoy so I bend my own rules so I can spread the good word Another reason I accepted this book for review was because a publicist reached out to me who had clearly read and familiarized [...]


  • Not all the French words used in the book are in th e glossary in the back.A little hard to read and understand what is being said in French when reading on an older kindleBut otherwise, a good book


  • Tween in Paris gets caught up in a spy caper involving her cool aunt Adventures It was ok, had interesting enough adventures and bad guys It was a solid read, but never quite hooked me I like the Paris descriptions at the beginning.


  • Daisy is such a wild interesting child Her Aunt Mill is delightful addition to the family and I enjoyed the Paris adventure Lots of characters and pieces but all works in the end



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