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Maisy Goes to Preschool: A Maisy First Experiences Book Paperback – June 8, 2010
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PreS—Maisy is confident and acquainted with the routines of preschool. She clearly has no separation issues. She hangs up her coat, joins in making music, listens to a story, and so on. Throughout the day, the young mouse and her friends have a good time. As always, Cousins's bright color illustrations are simple and appealing. The solid black lines around objects help them to stand out on the page, drawing children's attention. Reassuring and fun.—Susan E. Murray, Glendale Public Library, AZ
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Cousin’s iconic character will have your preschooler eager for the big day.
—Working Mother Magazine
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
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This is NOT anything touching on saying goodbye mom, nerves about first day, being away from home ... nothing like that at all. It's basically "Maisy goes to school" which just includes nap time.