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Free eBook Maisy Grows a Garden download

by Lucy Cousins

Free eBook Maisy Grows a Garden download ISBN: 0763662429
Author: Lucy Cousins
Publisher: Candlewick; Ina Nov edition (February 26, 2013)
Language: English
Pages: 16
Category: Books for Children
Subcategory: Early Learning
Size MP3: 1290 mb
Size FLAC: 1702 mb
Rating: 4.4
Format: rtf lrf lit azw


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Maisy Grows a Garden book. See a Problem? We’d love your help. Maisy loves to try new things, just like her young fans.

Help Maisy to grow her very first garden with a vegetable patch and LOTS of flowers. See things spring to life in this fun-filled novelty book! Digging, planting, weeding, watering. Maisy is getting her garden ready so that wonderful, colourful things can lay their roots. Turn the pages and pull the tabs to make seeds grow. Carrots, lettuce, tomatoes and green beans - yum, yum! Sunflowers and daisies! Look, a wriggling worm and a buzzing bee! Gardening is so much fun with Maisy. Lucy Cousins is the multi-award-winning creator of Maisy

Help Maisy to grow her very first garden with a vegetable patch and LOTS of flowers. Lucy Cousins is the multi-award-winning creator of Maisy. Other titles include the Smarties Book Prize-winner Jazzy in the Jungle, Hooray for Fish! - which now appears in animation in Japan; the bestselling New York Times Top 10 Children's Book Yummy; and the critically acclaimed I'm the Best.

Maisy Grows a Garden. Loveable Maisy the Mouse has many skills. No catches, no fine print just unconditional book loving for your children with their favourites saved to their own digital bookshelf. Here she plants and tends a wonderful garden. Pull the tabs and help her! In the Spring, it is digging and planting and watering.

What makes Maisy’s garden grow? Children can pull the tabs and help Maisy plant and grow a tasty vegetable garden. Maisy loves to try new things

What makes Maisy’s garden grow? Children can pull the tabs and help Maisy plant and grow a tasty vegetable garden. About Maisy Grows a Garden. What makes Maisy’s garden grow? Children can pull the tabs and help Maisy plant and grow a tasty vegetable garden. This interactive science story invites toddlers and preschoolers to help Maisy dig, sow seeds, water the earth, and weed the garden. Little ones will love seeing the carrots, lettuce, tomatoes, and beans spring from the pages as they take the first steps to develop a green thumb with Maisy and Panda. Part of the Maisy Series and Maisy First Science Books Series).

Maisy Mouse is a fictional mouse from the picture book series created by British illustrator Lucy Cousins. Maisy was adapted into an animated series developed by King Rollo Films and broadcast on Nick Jr. The series lasted for one season, from 1999-2000, divided up into segments. Maisy – A white 4-year-old mouse who lives in an orange house with a red roof. Her birthday is 9 February. Panda – Maisy's little stuffed toy panda teddy bear companion.

What makes Maisy’s garden grow? Children can pull the tabs and help Maisy plant and grow a tasty vegetable garden.Maisy loves to try new things, just like her young fans. This interactive science story invites toddlers and preschoolers to help Maisy dig, sow seeds, water the earth, and weed the garden. Little ones will love seeing the carrots, lettuce, tomatoes, and beans spring from the pages as they take the first steps to develop a green thumb with Maisy and Panda.
User reviews
Ynap
My 3 year old daughter loves this book! In general she is a big Maisy fan but this is one of her staples to read before bed. She does enjoy playing outside and pretending to plant things in her imaginary garden so I guess enjoying this book is not a surprise. She has memorized every word and enjoys pulling the pop-up tabs. Out of all the Maisy pop-up books, this is probably one of the most well constructed. The proof is there are no tears as compared to some other Maisy pop-up books in our library. If you are looking for a good Maisy pop-up book that is well constructed and will keep your toddler's attention, I highly recommend it.
Juce
my 21 month old's favorite book. she used to hate sitting down to read because she would rather play. i lured her in to sitting down to read this book because of its pop up feature. after we read this for about 5 times a day for a whole week, she keeps asking to read more and more books and now actually sits down and listens during storytime. i think she finally understands that books have stories in them after reading this book. this is a great book to introduce to kids to get them to love reading. the story is simple, teaches them a lot of words, and has a lot of cause and effect concepts in the book. this is a MUST in your kids book collection.
Prince Persie
This is an innovative pop-up...they have come a long way since I was little! The pages are a little thin and I usually help my children with the pull so they don't tear (they seem like it wouldn't take too much effort to tear them) but we have had it for a few months and it has held up. My three year old really loves it and want to read it every night.
Doriel
Avid readers in this house, and this is the only one we read for a week straight. That's right, we read it 15 times a day. The page where the seeds get planted is the favorite, we planted hundreds of seeds that week...
Burilar
Love our Maisy books!! Makes me want to grow a garden!!!
Zamo
We love this book! But it drives us bonkers that the little worm appears on every page...except one! WHY?!?! Haha. Kind of.
Wnex
A great offering from the Maisy folks. This pop-up has a clever way of having Maisy plant seeds, and she gets to watch the tomatoes pop right out of the mature plants! Nice reinforcement of how roots develop below soil as well as showing top growth. As a science teacher, I appreciate detail like that. Best for ages 2.5+, I would think.
Love Lucy Cousins. Love that there is a female main character that isn't a frilly ding a ling.