Maisy Takes A Bath
- Number of Pages: 24
- English (Unknown)
- English (Original Language)
- English (Published)
In this brand-new adventure familiar to youngsters who watch Maisy on Nick Jr. , Maisy and her buddies act out the lively adventures young children have — or dream of getting — every day. She wants her to come out and play instead. In MAISY TAKES A BATH, Tallulah doesn't want Maisy to take a bubble bath just now. What will Maisy's friend do subsequent? Here's another very good reason to be crazy for Maisy!
It's one of those unwritten laws of life: run a bath, at the very same time as the doorbell rings. Maisy asks her to come back later. But as soon as Maisy undresses and pops in her bubbly bath, the doorbell rings for a second time. For Maisy the mouse, bathtime looks like it might never happen. Soon, both Maisy and Tallulah are splashing and playing inside the bath together. And this time, it looks like Tallulah has a sure-fire plan to guarantee playtime with her friend."Ding, Dong! It's Tallulah, coming to play again!"Maisy's friend Tallulah the duck is at the door, tennis racket in wing, wanting to play. She runs the water, puts in some bubbles, drops in her rubber ducky, and.
Maisy is a big favorite amongst young readers everywhere. (Baby to preschool) --Emilie Coulter Lucy Cousins's sweet stories of this endearing mouse and her friends celebrate the simple pleasures of life: Maisy Goes to Bed and Happy Birthday Maisy. Thick black lettering and boldly outlined, brightly colored illustrations make this a tremendously appealing tale for early readers.
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