‘Daisy Sunshine’ is dedicated to Professor Marie Bashir, an extraordinary woman who has dedicated her life to equal rights.
by Susanne Gervay
Illustrated by Teresa Culkin-Lawrence
Daisy Sunshine and her Mum are a small family now. There may be just two of them, but they’re going to make it – find new friends, a new life and discover who they are.
It’s the 1970s so it’s the time of flower-power, colourful t-shirts, marches to save trees and women’s rights. Wonderful people join Daisy Sunshine and her mother, like Rainbow Rose with her golden hair and hippy caftans and Nina Papadopolous whose parents came from Greece, the Colonel and of course old Dot with her BIG singlets and underpants hanging on the clothes line.