From good morning to good night, Maisy the mouse helps preschoolers learn to tell time. At 8 o'clock, Maisy wakes up and brushes her teeth. At 10 o'clock she grocery shops. Two o'clock finds this perky pink-eared rodent playing in the park. But how does Maisy stick to this rigorous schedule of fun and food? Learning how to tell time is easy with this big, sturdy board book. A die-cut hole through the entire book reveals a colorful pretend clock. Readers move the hands of the clock, which turn gears behind a clear plastic window. A simple printed clock (dots and two "hands") is placed as a hint near the interactive clock, while carefully labeled objects of Maisy's day--"overalls," "sandwiches," "rubber duck"--help expand vocabulary. Lucy Cousins's signature style features heavy black lettering on vibrantly hued pages. Kids who fell in love with Maisy in Maisy's Pop-up Playhouse, Maisy's Big Flap Book, and the many other titles by this award-winning artist will love passing time with their favorite bewhiskered pal. (Ages 3 to 6) --Emilie Coulter --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Youngsters learn to tell time with a favorite mouse in Maisy's First Clock by Lucy Cousins. "8 0'clock Good morning, Maisy!" This oversize board book chronicles the major moments in Maisy's day; a clock with movable hands and colorful gears peeks out of die-cut circles, and children can place the hands to match the picture on the opposite page.
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My 2 year old loves this book and I think it's a nice way to start teaching about the clock and identifying numbers.Published 8 months ago by VLT
The book is great for learning how to tell time. The book only took a couple of day to get to my house.Published on May 20, 2013 by maureen
This boook is fun, colorful and perfect for my little boy! He loves turning the hands of the clock and pointing to all the pictures.Published on April 30, 2013 by SM
My clock-loving son is in love with this book. The illustrations are cute, and the clock itself is easy to change the time on with one hand while using the other to hold the book. Read morePublished on June 21, 2012 by C. Thompson
My son loves Maisy books. However, this clock book is not very impressive. Like most, it only covers the hours. The clock gears are fun. Read morePublished on October 9, 2010 by C. Wyatt