Ages 2-4. Maisy, the friendly little rodent now seen on TV, stars in two little stories. Kids will these enjoy the simple, though slight tales and the brilliantly colored illustrations. In Doctor, Maisy dons a white coat and ministers to Panda with stethoscope and thermometer. Morning shows Maisy at work on the farm: driving a tractor; feeding the chickens, pigs, and sheep; and milking the cow. According to copyright information, the books are based on a Maisy audio-visual series, and the gouache paintings are "illustrated in the style of Lucy Cousins." The derivation of books won't matter to little ones, though. They'll simply enjoy revisiting an old friend. Carolyn Phelan
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My kids love everything Maisy. The kids like pretending to play doctor. Put those two together and you get a win-win situation.. Read morePublished 2 days ago by JR Mile
You don't find Maisy books around very often, but they are great for little ones. Simple, large picture, engaging.Published 5 months ago by APSc