Maisy Goes Camping by Lucy Cousins
A Maisy First Experience Book

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When Maisy sets off to go camping in the country, it’s only natural that all her friends come along, too. But they soon find that pitching a tent is not an easy thing to do. Even if they do manage to keep the tent up, there’s the matter of fitting them all in — Maisy, Charley, Cyril, Tallulah, and finally, the huge elephant, Eddie. What a squeezy squish-squash! Good night, campers! Uh-oh-what’s that popping sound?
 

About Lucy Cousins

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English children's book author/illustrator Lucy Cousins was born on February 10, 1964. She studied at Canterbury College, received a BA Honours in Graphic Design from The Faculty of Arts and Architecture, Brighton Polytechnic, and earned a postgraduate degree from the Royal College of Art. Cousins is best known for creating the popular Maisy mouse character for preschool children. Her first book was published not long after she finished college, and Maisy even has her own successful television show.
 
Published November 15, 2011 by Candlewick. 32 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Children's Books, Nature & Wildlife, Sports & Outdoors, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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New titles extend popular children's series. The inimitable mouse and her friends head to the country and pop a tent in Maisy Goes Camping by Lucy Cousins. After singing songs 'round the campfire,

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In Lucy Cousins's latest incarnation, Maisy's Farm: A Pop-Up and Play Set, each spread presents a different scene in which to place the countrified character.

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It’s Christmastime, Maisy style, which means bright gouache images, friends, and oversize flaps that reveal surprises.

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For a guided tour, readers can consult the small booklet tucked into a kitchen windowbox, Maisy's Day, which locates Maisy the mouse herself-a cardboard Maisy with movable arms ``hides'' in the shower.

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Halloween NOTES Volumes of Treats Get out those trick-or-treat (book) bags!

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The oversize picture book (roughly 11"" 14"") Maisy's Rainbow Dream by Lucy Cousins takes children into a fantastical dream with all the colors of the rainbow.

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Some favorite children's book characters put in new holiday appearances, including Lucy Cousins's mouse, Maisy.

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Preschoolers will enjoy the jingly-jangly fun in two Maisy books with built-in rattles, both by Lucy Cousins.

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Once again Cousins deftly demonstrates her understanding of kids, as-with the help of amusingly designed flaps and tabs-her winsome mouse character (Maisy Goes to School, etc.) puts a beguiling twist on the alphabet-book genre.

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