Item description for Maisy Takes a Bath (Maisy) by Lucy Cousins...
Overview When Tallulah comes to visit twice at bathtime she finally decides to join Maisy in the bath to play
Publishers Description In this brand-new adventure familiar to children who watch Maisy on Nick Jr., Maisy and her friends act out the lively adventures young children have--or dream of having--every day. In MAISY TAKES A BATH, Tallulah doesn't want Maisy to take a bubble bath just now. She wants her to come out and play instead. What will Maisy's friend do next? Here's another very good reason to be crazy for Maisy
Citations And Professional Reviews Maisy Takes a Bath (Maisy) by Lucy Cousins has been reviewed by professional book reviewers and journalists at the following establishments -
Hornbook Guide to Children - 07/01/2000 page 246
Publishers Weekly - 05/01/2000 page 73
School Library Journal - 06/01/2000 page 104
Hornbook Guide to Children - 01/01/2000 page 246
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.18" Width: 7.92" Height: 0.12" Weight: 0.2 lbs.
Release Date May 1, 2000
Grade Level Pre School
ISBN 0763610844 ISBN13 9780763610845 UPC 732483000849
Availability 28 units. Availability accurate as of Jan 20, 2017 03:25.
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More About Lucy Cousins
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."
Lucy Cousins currently resides in Hampshire.
Lucy Cousins has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about Maisy Takes a Bath (Maisy)?
Great Book Dec 11, 2007
I love all the Maisy books. This is another great one. This is especially good for bath night.
Author of "Hobo Finds A Home"
My Daughter's First Maisy Book Jan 14, 2004
If you are the parent of a young child, you probably know who Maisy is. She's a mouse with a duck, a squirrel, an elephant, and a crocodile for friends. Why the crocodile isn't trying to eat the others is beyond me, but that's life in Maisy's world.
Both of my daughters love the Maisy books; there's something about their simple stories and colorful pictures that even appeals to adults. The books are short and easy to read. But, the stories are never obnoxiously simplistic, like so many other books for small children.
This was the first Maisy book we ever bought our oldest daughter. Both of of our daughters still like it as Maisy attempts to take a bath but finds herself interrupted by Tallulah. Not one of my personal favorites, although I really can't explain why. I suspect my children are part fish, so maybe they like it because of that fact and because they love bath time (or any other opportunity to get wet).
Maisy Mania Feb 2, 2001
We were given this book as a hand me down in a bag of about 50 others. This is my 22 month old's favorite of them all and I'm here to buy more Maisy books. She can't wait until the end when Tallulah jumps in the tub so she can say "no no!" Last night I had to read it to her 3 times in a row! She loves it but I need some variety! :)
Tallulah, You Naughty Thing You! Nov 11, 2000
Yep- it's a keeper. Maisy is just so patient and wonderful, as always. But pushy, impatient Tallulah keeps showing up. What can Maisy do?? Nothing, it seems, cause Tallulah is going to do just what she wants, which is play with Maisy. This one caused some concern for my 3-year old son, who wanted to know if I'd be angry if *his* friend, "a girl with braids" came and took a bath with *him*.
A delight to read, and enticing for toddlers Oct 23, 2000
When my toddler started to show reluctance at taking baths, I found this Maisy book. Now with Maisy's help, she's enjoying bathtime again, and even asks to be read "Maisy Takes a Bath" when it isn't bathtime. The illustrations are simple enough for a toddler to see and understand. It's a little strange that Maisy refers to herself in the third person.