Invites young readers to join Maisy the mouse in a game of hide-and-seek and lift flaps to find where she is hiding.
BOARD BOOK. Can you find Maisy's house? Fun interactive book that is great for young ones. Where does Maisy live? In the hen house? In the kennel? In the stable? Lift the flaps and find out which house is Maisy's.
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 looks all over the house for her stuffed panda.
This colourful board book is ideal for any Maisy fan. Several new concepts are introduced as Maisy and her friends do the gardening, paint pictures, dress up, and play in the park. There are 36 differently-shaped flaps to lift, each one introducing either numbers, colours, shapes and opposites.
At the end of a busy day, Maisy says goodbye to her friends and takes Panda inside to get ready for bed.
Lift the flaps to help Maisy the mouse find her lost toy, Panda.
"Maisy is confident and acquainted with the routines of preschool. She clearly has no separation issues. . . . As always, Cousins’s bright color illustrations are simple and appealing." – School Library Journal In a bright, full-size storybook full of familiar scenes, this child-friendly look at a day in the life of a preschooler is one that both newcomers and seasoned pros will be happy to share.
Charlie and Maisie go grocery shopping after discovering that Charlie's refrigerator is empty.
Five in the tent! A camping trip with Maisy turns into a slapstick comedy of errors in this hilarious picture-book adventure (ages 2-5). When Maisy sets off to go camping in the country, it’s only natural that all her friends come along, too. But they soon find that pitching a tent is not an easy thing to do. Even if they do manage to keep the tent up, there’s the matter of fitting them all in -- Maisy, Charley, Cyril, Tallulah, and finally, the huge elephant, Eddie. What a squeezy squish-squash! Good night, campers! Uh-oh-what’s that popping sound?
When Maisy hurts herself on a trampoline, she goes to the hospital, where she is taken care of and meets a new friend.