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Hop, Skip, and Jump, Maisy!: A Maisy First…
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Hop, Skip, and Jump, Maisy!: A Maisy First Science Book

by Lucy Cousins

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This is booky is a great book because it gets student involved in the story. This book talks about excrising and eating right. This is something that is very important and this is why I will read this book to my students ( )
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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 stretching, jumping, running, playing ball, jumping rope, somersaulting, and lots more. Like Maisy, of course, they’ll want to take time for a nutritious snack -and hunker down for a good night’s sleep when all that activity is done.
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Maisy is full of energy and explores stretching, jumping, running, playing ball, jumping rope, somersaulting, and lots more.

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