BOOK REVIEW / Bookshop Window: Dancing Daisy - Kay Gallwey: Gollancz, pounds 8.99.

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The story isn't much, about a little girl who goes to her first ballet lessons and ends up as a mouse in the end-of-year performances. But there's nothing wrong with an everyday tale of middle-class folk, and the pictures are very blue and pink and cute, with Daisy looking rather plain and plump, and the older girls very floaty and sophisticated. Girly girls will love it, and want more.