Invites young readers to join Maisy the mouse in a game of hide-and-seek and lift flaps to find where she is hiding.
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Pond, tricycle, kite, skates - where is Maisy going? Each double page spread in this picture book features four labelled clues on the left and a lift-the-flap picture on the right which reveals the answer.
Maisy is playing hide-and-seek with Charley, Tallulah, Eddie and Cyril. The young readers can help Maisy find her friends lifting the flaps and playing too.
Children can lift the flaps to reveal who lives in different houses, until they find which one is Maisy's.
It's time to join Maisy at the seaside with this brand-new sticker book! Follow Maisy and all of her friends on a sunny day at the beach, using stickers to add to the fun on every page. Find Maisy’s towel and bathing suit, build castles in the sand, have a picnic, fly a kite, and more.
Maisy’s packing her bags and setting off on a fun vacation in a story that’s perfect for young children making a trip away from home. How exciting! Maisy has put her sun hat, pajamas, toothbrush, and camera into a bag, and she’s off to the train station with Panda and Cyril. They’re headed for the seashore, but getting there is only half the fun. Coloring and snacks help pass the time on the ride to the beach, where Maisy can’t wait to swim, collect seashells, build sand castles, and lots more. At nighttime it feels special to go to bed in a hotel knowing that tomorrow another vacation day awaits.
Kids love Maisy — and Maisy loves books! Follow her as she discovers the wonders of the bookstore for the first time. Today Maisy is going to the bookstore to buy a new book, but there are so many to choose from! There’s a big brown book about bears, a long blue book about fish, a noisy book about trucks, and a book about things to draw and paint. Just as Maisy finds a beautiful book of rhymes that her friend Tallulah will love, out pops Charley from behind the shelves. “Ahoy, Maisy!” he says, holding a book about pirates. Now what kind of books will Cyril and Eddie choose?
- Author : Isabel Schon
- Publisher : Scarecrow Press
- Release Date : 2004
- Genre : Literary Criticism
- Pages : 415
- ISBN : 0810851962
Whether used for the development and support of an existing collection or for the creation of a new collection serving Spanish-speaking young readers, this outstanding resource is an essential tool. Following the same format as the highly praised 1996-1999 edition, Schon presents critical annotations for 1300 books published between 2000 and 2004, including reference, nonfiction, and fiction. One section is devoted to publishers' series, and an appendix lists dealers who carry books in Spanish. Includes author, title, and subject indexes.
Maisy enjoys packing her suitcase, then meeting Cyril at a busy station where they catch a train to the seaside. They have fun at the beach and write postcards to their friends before returning home.
Excitement is in the air as Maisy discovers the fun of going to a wedding with friends. Today Maisy is going to the wedding of her friends Penguin and Ostrich, so she needs to put on a fancy outfit. She can't wait! When she arrives at the wedding, there are beautiful flowers, lots of gifts, and many people. As music plays, the bride walks down the aisle, then the happy couple exchange their vows while everyone cheers. Afterward, there's confetti to toss, food to eat, a speech to hear, a band to dance to, and a bouquet to be thrown. Now who do you think will catch it?
Maisy takes all of her friends on a train ride to the country where they climb up a hill, speed down a valley, and chug through a tunnel. On board pages.
Outlines storytelling programs for young library audiences, explaining general planning considerations and providing fifty ready-made programs on such themes as holidays, gardens, animals, play, and seasons.
From woolly mammoths to rocket ships, the marvels of a museum are more fun to explore when Maisy leads the way. (Ages 2-5) On a rainy-day visit to the museum, Maisy and her friends explore everything from dinosaurs to a moon exhibit, from vintage vehicles to a giant dollhouse to the food exhibit. There’s always something new (or old) to see at a museum, and for little readers, it’s good to have a friend like Maisy along for the adventure.
Do you know where a spider lives? Or how many legs an octopus has? What letter does your name begin with? You can learn it all in this fun Maisy title brimming over with first concepts of every kind.
Wow, look at the crowd! Maisy and friends play a rousing game of soccer in a read-aloud sure to have aspiring little players cheering. Maisy and her friends can’t wait to play soccer! Maisy puts on her uniform, laces up her sneakers, and heads to the field. Charlie, Tallulah, and Dotty are on the blue team, while Maisy, Cyril, and Eddie are on the red. Let’s play! Soon enough the game heats up, with plenty of action, excitement, and suspense. Who will be the first team to make a goal? Whatever the score, it’s all in good fun, and everyone is still the best of friends at the end!
Maisy, the light-hearted mouse, is ready for Christmas in this boldly illustrated lift-the-flap tale where children can peek at the gifts under the tree and the goodies stuffed in the stockings.
- Author : Janet L. Dodd
- Publisher : Plural Publishing
- Release Date : 2017-06-30
- Genre : Medical
- Pages : 288
- ISBN : 9781635502329
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Daisy es una ratón muy ocupada. Los lectores pueden aprender las palabras para las cosas que usa y levantar las solapas para descubrir a dónde va.