Maisy's Twinkly Crinkly Fun Book by Lucy Cousins

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Maisy’s new book is smooth and crinkly, rough and twinkly, touchy-feely fun.

You can always count on Maisy to do things with enthusiasm. Now, in MAISY'S TWINKLY CRINKLY FUN BOOK, she invites her many fans to help her explore the world hands-on. There’s soft and stripy zebras, crinkly puddles, silky penguins, woolly sheep — and a few touching details about Maisy and her friends that are sure to surprise you!
 

About Lucy Cousins

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Lucy Cousins is the creator of the beloved Maisy series. She is also the author-illustrator of the widely acclaimed Yummy: Eight Favorite Fairy Tales, a New York Times Best Illustrated Children's Book, as well as I'm the Best and Hooray for Fish! Lucy Cousins lives in Hampshire, England.
 
Published May 24, 2004 by Candlewick. 12 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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For those not yet ready for school but eager to learn, a smattering of interactive titles show off their bells and whistles. Lucy Cousins's omnipresent mouse counts from one to five in the paper-over-

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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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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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In Count, Maisy cheerfully counts objects as she sails through playtime, dressing up as a pirate with three buckles, drawing a picture using five pencils and climbing seven steps before whizzing down a slide.

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

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Multiple textured accoutrements on each page include a bevy of furry animals, a gauzy tutu for Tallulah and a fuzzy sweater for Maisy.

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