Bring Me Sunshine

By Wendy Storer

Young adult, Children's, Music & musicians, Religion & spirituality, Romance | Paperback, eBook


Daisy's ex rock star dad forgets to get dressed sometimes. Little brother Sam is obsessed with a kangaroo called Martin. And Daisy feels more like a parent than a fifteen year-old girl. There’s no time for friends, or homework, and even worse, she is not allowed to play the drums any more. As Dad’s behaviour becomes increasingly bizarre, Sam starts playing up. When school ask questions about Daisy’s absences and lack of effort, she knows she has to find a solution or risk losing her family forever. And then Dylan Bell moves back into Kendal; a glimmer of sunshine in Daisy’s gloomy existence. There’s something really cute about Dylan these days, and it’s great he’s learned the guitar and wants them to be in a band together; but how is Daisy going to tell him the truth? And will the truth save her family? "Bring Me Sunshine", runner up in the Mslexia Children's Novel Competition 2013, is an inspirational story about following your heart, never giving up and living in the moment.


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Daisy's ex rock star dad forgets to get dressed sometimes. Little brother Sam is obsessed with a kangaroo called Martin. And Daisy feels more like a parent than a fifteen year-old girl. There’s no time for friends, or homework, and even worse, she is not allowed to play the drums any more. As Dad’s behaviour becomes increasingly bizarre, Sam starts playing up. When school ask questions about Daisy’s absences and lack of effort, she knows she has to find a solution or risk losing her family forever. And then Dylan Bell moves back into Kendal; a glimmer of sunshine in Daisy’s gloomy existence. There’s something really cute about Dylan these days, and it’s great he’s learned the guitar and wants them to be in a band together; but how is Daisy going to tell him the truth? And will the...


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Wendy Storer writes fiction for children and young adults, inspired by real life. She is interested in the human drama, the stories which tug at the heart strings and the amazing resilience of people who battle through desperate situations to come out the other side, happier. She hopes her stories will leave readers with a sense of hope and expectation that life can get better, even when the chances look slim. In the past she has worked with both children and adults as a teacher, hypnotherapist and creative writing therapist, as well as many ‘just passing through’ kind of jobs while she found her feet. But nothing ever really put a smile on her face like writing. As well as writing books, Wendy also teaches creative writing to adults and children in Cumbria, and is the proud owner of Magic Beans, (a small literary consultancy in the Lake District!) She is available for school visits and workshops with both adults and children.


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Wendy Storer writes fiction for children and young adults, inspired by real life. She is interested in the human drama, the stories which tug at the heart strings and the amazing resilience of people who battle through desperate situations to come out the other side, happier. She hopes her stories will leave readers with a sense of hope and expectation that life can get better, even when the chanc...


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