Written by
Brianóg Brady Dawson
Illustrated by
Michael Connor
Coloured by
Alan Nolan
Danny Brown and the Talking Teeth

Danny Brown is always in trouble.
Why did he take Granny’s teeth to school?
Just WHAT was he thinking?
Now Mum is cross, teacher is cross,
and Granny is VERY cross.
But Danny was only having fun, wasn’t he?

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64 pages
196x130 mm

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Danny is very excited to have his Granny over to visit. When she takes her teeth out and puts them in a glass before bed Danny is puzzled. It's not long before Danny is wearing his Granny's teeth and bringing them to school!

Danny is up to mischief as usual: with full colour illustrations throughout this exciting tale will have the reader laughing out loud!



Brianóg Brady Dawson is a primary school teacher from County Sligo. She now lives in Dublin with her husband and two children.

Her first book, Granny's Teeth, became a No.1 Bestseller, and was now followed by seven more stories about the mischievous Danny who always ends up in trouble, even when he's trying to be good! 

Michael Connor is a school teacher who lives in Limerick.

Alan Nolan lives and works in Bray, County Wicklow, Ireland. He has written and illustrated many books and comics for children and grown-ups, including Fintan’s Fifteen, Conor's Caveman and the Murder Can Be Fatal series.

illustrated throughout in full colour, with a high proportion of picture to text, these lively and engaging stories are perfect for newly confident readers

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Teaching Resources: free to view and download

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