Make some noise with Maisy! A transport-themed mini board book with coloured clips, which means you can now take Maisy anywhere! Using the safety-tested plastic clip and fabric link, attach this chunky board book to any buggy or car-seat harness and get ready to go! Children will love following a colour ...Show more
Cluck, cluck, cheep, cheep Count from one to ten with Maisy in a farmyard game of hide-and-seek. It's bedtime, but where have all of Mommy Hen's chicks gone? Maisy is quickly on the case to find them, and little readers can help, too?--?by lifting the flaps to see who's hiding in the stable, by ...Show more
It's bedtime but where have all of Mummy Hen's chicks gone? Maisy is soon on the case to search for them, and you can help too! Lift the flaps along the way to see who's hiding in the stable, in the tractor, or up in the apple tree. Cluck, cluck, cheep, cheep - find all ten chicks and make sure that the ...Show more
Look under the flaps for a journey full of fun and surprises. Maisy is always on the move in this colourful lift-the-flap book...and readers can travel with her too - by bus, train or even aeroplane. Surprises hidden on every spread, along with bold illustrations and delightful rhymes, make this a real ...Show more
Get kids moving with Maisy! Just pull the tabs, and your favorite mouse will show off fun actions that children will want to imitate. Maisy is full of energy, just like the toddlers and preschoolers who love her. With this interactive picture book, children are invited to channel that get-up-and go into ...Show more
Spotty and stripy, big or teeny tiny, 1, 2, 3, ABC.. Maisy loves to learn new things and in her world, it's always fun! Do you know where a spider lives? Or how many legs an octopus has? What letter does your name begin with? You can learn it all in this exuberant and fun Maisy title, brimming over wit ...Show more
What's the opposite of big? Small! What's the opposite of old? Young! An exciting range of opposites is explored by Maisy as you've never seen her before: stripy & spotty, happy & sad, tall & short!
When Charley gets a wobbly tooth, he goes a little "wobbly" himself. But then Maisy takes him to see Dr Biteright - the really nice dentist - and he soon gets a smile back on his face.
It's a beautiful day and Maisy's going camping in the countryside. But it's not easy pitching a tent, as Maisy and her friends soon find out. And even if they can get the tent ready before nightfall, will there be enough room in it for Maisy, Charley, Tallulah, Cyril and Eddie?