Maisy Goes to Bed: A Maisy Classic Pop-Up Book

Maisy Goes to Bed A Maisy Classic Pop Up Book Kids go crazy for Maisy s lift the flap books Two of Lucy Cousins s very first Maisy books are now reissued by Candlewick in a bold new design It s time for Maisy to go to bed First she likes to drink

  • Title: Maisy Goes to Bed: A Maisy Classic Pop-Up Book
  • Author: Lucy Cousins
  • ISBN: 9780763650971
  • Page: 248
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Kids go crazy for Maisy s lift the flap books Two of Lucy Cousins s very first Maisy books are now reissued by Candlewick in a bold new design.It s time for Maisy to go to bed First she likes to drink her favorite bedtime drink Then she needs to brush her teeth, wash her hands, put on her pajamas and read a bedtime story, of course There s lots to do With tabs to pullKids go crazy for Maisy s lift the flap books Two of Lucy Cousins s very first Maisy books are now reissued by Candlewick in a bold new design.It s time for Maisy to go to bed First she likes to drink her favorite bedtime drink Then she needs to brush her teeth, wash her hands, put on her pajamas and read a bedtime story, of course There s lots to do With tabs to pull and flaps to lift, children will love helping Maisy get ready to go to sleep in this charming bedtime adventure.

    One thought on “Maisy Goes to Bed: A Maisy Classic Pop-Up Book”

    1. The drawings are oh so ugly, but the book can be fun to teach young children cleanliness. And it can also be used as means of teaching English to beginners as well.

    2. A nice bedtime routine overview. The flaps are easy to be rough with and it is a pretty delicate library book. Probably better for toddlers old enough to respect books.

    3. Lots of fun and would work well as a "routine" book, the kind parents read every night to kids approximately 20 times each night. But why, oh WHY are we taking off Maisy's pajamas with the flaps instead of putting them on with a tab? I just don't understand why that one page is peculiar.

    4. Usually we like Maisy books, but this one just didn't appeal. The interactive features were made too flimsily. Some of the lift-the-flaps didn't make sense (it's time for Maisy to put her pjs on but we're taking them off). And the pictures were both dull and lacking the liveliness of other Maisy books.

    5. It's time for Maisy to go to bed. First she drinks her bedtime drink, then she has to brush her teeth, wash her hands, and put on her pajamas. There's lots to do. So pull the tabs, lift the flaps, and help Maisy get ready.

    6. All of these Maisy books are perfect for pre-schoolers. Bright colours and simple stories about things that very young children are familiar with.

    7. Going-to-bed books don't interest me much, but the Offspring really loved books they could play with, and Maisy's a cute white rodent.

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