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Dandelion was written after one of the author's son's was bullied at school. The moral of the story: that 'Bullying is for people with no imagination'. The international success of Dandelion created an opportunity for a second book in the series, Daisy Chain, to become a reality. The books, films and educational packs continue to aid parents, children and teachers worldwide to tackle bullying in a creative, constructive way.
"I wanted to narrate the film about bullying, Daisy Chain because I was bullied when I was younger. I think bullying comes in different forms. It's not just physical behaviour... and because I've lived to tell the tale, I do feel that I'm a quite a strong voice to be able to tell that type of story..."
“...a wonderful way of raising awareness of a very important issue.”
"How inspiring! The animated short DaisyChain, just in time for AntiBullyingWeek!”
"Daisy Chain is a whimsical story about a young girl who falls victim to cyber-bullying, and through the help of a friend, learns to create a "daisy chain" so strong that even her bullies can't break it down."
"Galvin Scott Davis’ timeless new film, Daisy Chain, a five minute animated short narrated by Academy Award winning actress Kate Winslet... is the most stirring recent example of art communicating the subject of anti-bullying. Proof that art is often the best way to speak to the masses."