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Maisy's tractor / Lucy Cousins.

By: Cousins, Lucy.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: London : Walker Books, 2014Description: 18 pages : illustrations ; 14 cm.ISBN: 9781406352306 (hardback).Subject(s): Board books | Children's stories -- Pictorial works | Maisy (Fictitious character : Cousins) -- Pictorial works -- Juvenile fiction | Victorian premiers reading challenge EC-2DDC classification: 823.92 Summary: Maisy's busy on her farm. Chug, chug! Jump on board Maisy's tractor as she ploughs the field, feeds and milks the cows, and brings the lambs back to the barn. But, wait one moment... one of the lambs has gone missing! Will Maisy be able to find her woolly friend?
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Item type Current location Collection Call number Status Date due Barcode Item reserves
Junior Deer Park Library (DIY)
Board Book C Issued 20/11/2019 IA2045907
Junior St Albans Library (DIY)
Board Book C Available IA2045908
Junior Sunshine Library (DIY)
Board Book C Issued 20/11/2019 IA2045909
Junior Sydenham Library (DIY)
Board Book C Issued 05/12/2019 IA2045910
Junior Deer Park Library (DIY)
Board Book C Issued 23/10/2019 IA1659519
Junior Sunshine Library (DIY)
Board Book C Available IA1659496
Junior St Albans Library (DIY)
Board Book C Issued 13/09/2019 IA1659501
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Maisy's busy on her farm. Chug, chug! Jump on board Maisy's tractor as she ploughs the field, feeds and milks the cows, and brings the lambs back to the barn. But, wait one moment... one of the lambs has gone missing! Will Maisy be able to find her woolly friend?

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Kirkus Book Review

Hop on the tractor for a busy day on the farm with the unflappable Maisy. Along with the simultaneously publishing Maisy's Plane, this title launches the Go with Maisy board-book series. Rounded, die-cut edges make it a pleasure to touch and hold. Stylized primary-color gouache pictures are clear and bright. Cousins is a master at paring every experience down to its essential elements, leaving just enough information to hold the attention of her toddler readers. Each spread has just one declarative sentence: "She brings some hay to the barn to feed the cows." The little white mouse cheerfully goes about her chores. When she loses a lamb, Maisy calmly retraces her trail, her tractor "chug, chugging" all the way. Of course, astute board-book readers will have noticed the lamb left behind and see that only three made it into the tractor wagona nicely embedded math lesson. Youngsters will quickly be chiming in with the "chug, chug" of the tractor and appropriate animals sounds. Her young readers will accept Maisy's self-congratulatory "Well done, Maisy!" as a compliment too. Well done, Maisy! Keep up the good work. (Board book. 6 mos.-3) Copyright Kirkus Reviews, used with permission.

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