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Maisy Goes Camping: A Maisy First Experience…

Maisy Goes Camping: A Maisy First Experience Book

by Lucy Cousins

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Maisy Mouse goes camping with all her friends. They work together to set up the tent. The first time it collapses, but they continue to work together and they are finally successful. This book is wonderful for preschoolers because it teaches them how to count. Each time a friend enters the tent, counting takes place. the ending is funny. The elephant is so huge that he pushes everyone out. The friends end up sleeping outside, while the elephant sleeps inside the tent. ( )
  ccanizales | Feb 24, 2015 |
Cute book about Maisy and her friends going camping. This book would be good for prek-k grades as it incorporates a little bit of counting. ( )
  aloupe | Feb 7, 2014 |
Genre: Fiction
Audience: PreK-2nd grade
An excellent book where 5 friends go camping together. Is there room for everyone in the tent? Ultimately they compromise and Eddie the elephant sleeps in the tent while the others sleep in their sleeping bags under the stars. A great book for young readers filled with colorful and simple illustrations of Maisy and her friends. I will use it as a book about camping and compromising amongst friends. ( )
  ShantiR | Jan 29, 2014 |
Maisy the mouse goes camping with her friends. Everyone worked together to pitch a tent. They sang around the campfire at night. Once it was time for bed, they went in the tent one at a time. Eddie the elephant is the fifth and last one in the tent, and he causes the other four to pop out. The four slept outside of the tent while Eddie slept inside. There are very cute illustrations throughout. ( )
  mmontet | Oct 21, 2011 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0763623695, Hardcover)

Five in the tent! A camping trip with Maisy turns into a slapstick comedy of errors in this hilarious picture-book adventure.

When Maisy sets off to go camping in the country, it’s only natural that all her friends come along, too. But they soon find that pitching a tent is not an easy thing to do. Even if they do manage to keep the tent up, there’s the matter of fitting them all in — Maisy, Charley, Cyril, Tallulah, and finally, the huge elephant, Eddie. What a squeezy squish-squash! Good night, campers! Uh-oh-what’s that popping sound?

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:22:00 -0400)

Maisy the mouse and her friends spend a night camping under the stars.

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