Maisy's Book of Things that Go by Lucy Cousins
A Maisy First Science Book

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Let’s go! Maisy loves things that move. With the help of fun tabs, little readers can learn the simple workings of her favorite modes of travel.

How does a sailboat sail? What makes the train wheels turn? Why does a hot-air balloon rise high in the sky? Like all small children, Maisy is curious about how things go. And with this truly delightful interactive book, readers not only find out some answers, they also have a part in the action—pulling tabs to make Maisy walk or pedal a bike, rock a boat on the waves or make sparks appear on a trolley cable. The final spread offers a special surprise: a big, bright pop-up that’s out of this world.
 

About Lucy Cousins

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Lucy Cousins is the creator of all the Maisy books, as well as YUMMY! EIGHT FAVORITE FAIRY TALES; HOORAY FOR FISH!; JAZZY IN THE JUNGLE; and other books for young children. She lives in Hampshire, England.
 
Published March 1, 2010 by Walker Books Ltd. 16 pages
Genres: Children's Books.

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The photos of Cousins’ finished projects are a standout for their imperfection—childlike, they do not look intimidating to children who cannot replicate the more polished look of adults’ crafts.

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The science is slight, but the pictures are bright and the tabs work in this movable addition to the Maisy juggernaut.

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