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Maisy Goes to the Library

Maisy Goes to the Library Maisy s plan to have a quiet read is put to the challenge by her giggling friends in this picture book ode to the pleasures of the local library Maisy likes going to the library She loves to read a bo

  • Title: Maisy Goes to the Library
  • Author: Lucy Cousins
  • ISBN: 9780763626693
  • Page: 273
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Maisy s plan to have a quiet read is put to the challenge by her giggling friends in this picture book ode to the pleasures of the local library Maisy likes going to the library.She loves to read a book in a nice, quiet place Today, Maisy wants to read a book about fish, but she can only find books about birds or tigers So she explores some of the other things to do inMaisy s plan to have a quiet read is put to the challenge by her giggling friends in this picture book ode to the pleasures of the local library Maisy likes going to the library.She loves to read a book in a nice, quiet place Today, Maisy wants to read a book about fish, but she can only find books about birds or tigers So she explores some of the other things to do in the library, like using the computer, making copies, listening to music, or looking at fish in the aquarium Aha Finally Maisy finds a sparkly book all about fish But just as she settles into a corner to read, along come Cyril, Tallulah, Eddie, and Ostrich and they all have noisier activities on their minds

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    1. I think that this is a good book for children who love to read books. For a beginner reader this is a book that parents could start with. I think that children will enjoy the pictures in this story. This book is a very funny book; children would laugh reading this book. This is a clear and easy to read book, and the illustration are beautiful. Children will be able to name different types of animals and the sound that they make after reading this book. This is the perfect book for children who s [...]

    2. The concept of going to the library is too common. All Maisy did was discover a library and its resources. Her friends join her for story time and they walk out happy. I like original ideas in books where the characters discover books that come alive, or gets sucked into library books. I like books where characters in libraries are told to quiet down or a misshap happens to books on shelves. There is really no plot located at the end of the story. The story also mentions that characters can list [...]

    3. This is an excellent book for children. It explains all of the things that children can do in the library and makes it a positive experience. Maisy has fun and laughs in a reading group of other children.This book would be great to help children feel comfortable in the library as well as learn how useful the library is.

    4. Maisy is excited about going to the library to quietly read a book about fish. Instead, she discovers the many other things that kids can do there! Her adventure shows children how fun the library can be. This is a good informational book for children that teaches them the joys of exploring the library and the many things one can do there.

    5. The “Book Maisy Goes to the Library” by Lucy Cousins is classified as juvenile fiction; it’s targeted ages are 2 thru 5. It is a good picture book for early readers; Clear and easy to read; it is a good story for discussing all things library i.e. the “what”, why’s and “how “things to do at the library also, friendships. The illustrations are simple and bright.

    6. I think this is a wonderful book for a young child to read. When they read the story, they will learn that reading can be something to enjoy, as well as an important way in which to find important information.

    7. This story is great for young children as it teaches them the purpose of the library and how to look for books. The illustrations are simple and colorful. The story also teaches how children can pretend to be characters from their favorite stories and expand their imaginations.

    8. Maisy Goes to the Library would be a good book for sight words or a book for new readers. The story line is practical and easy to understand. Children can relate to this book by sharing their first experience at the library and for others friends it can encourage to visit the library is some of the children have never been.

    9. This book covered what it is like to go to the library and things there are to do. Maisy finds a book to read and is looking for a quiet place to do so. A book with simple illustrations with bright color, that could be used to help teach children about the library and what it has to offer.

    10. Maisy is excited to go the library but doesnt realize all that she will discover when she gets there. Maisy is focused on getting a book but then finds out there is so much more she can do at the libary. The book has easy simple pictures and wording for young children to follow along to.

    11. This is a great book for children to learn change. This book also encourages patience. Maisy not only had to learn how to adjust to change but also patience. It makes trying new things fun.

    12. A great book to teach children about all the library has to offer. I would read this to prek students and above to help promote interest in reading.

    13. It is a colorful and simple picture book. It gives children some information and concepts about what the library is. Children may also learn about friendship from this book.

    14. Not my favorite library visit story, but the toddlers in storytime enjoyed it well enough that I'm sure I'll use it again.

    15. The story is really basic, but that and the simple drawings and bright colors make it really effective for younger readers.

    16. Book gives the kids the curiosity of what a library has to offer. Book speaks adventures of being at a library.

    17. This is a good book to read to show children what the library is like. It shows them how to look for a book and the different things the library has to offer. It is a colorful and simple book that is good for beginner readers.

    18. I think this is a wonderful book for a young child to read. When they read the story, they will learn that reading can be something to enjoy, as well as an important way in which to find important information. When Maisy goes to the library with her friends, they learn that some books are fun to share, while some books are nice to enjoy in a quiet place on your own.Extension:The teacher can take the children to the school library and they can all get their own library card.Each child may find a [...]

    19. This is a great book to read to early kindergarten/ first grade students. I will read this book to my class and relate it to an autobiography. Reason being is because at libraries students can find tons of autobiographies from famous people in our world. I will then incorporate this in a writing lesson for my students. I would have them create their own autobiography. They will be given a worksheet and they are to fill in their name, where they were born, how old they are, how many brotheres and [...]

    20. This fun-filled, colorful picture book is engaging for the young reader. A Maisy First Experiences Book is somewhat confusing because it portrays the library as a place of noise and distraction as well as temporary disappointment when Maisy cannot find a book on fish. It is not until Maisy and friends go to outside that he/she(?) finds a peaceful place to read. The vivid colors used would attract the young readers. Pages are sometimes separate pictures and sometimes continuations which helps rea [...]

    21. Great to use with pre-school library tours! -- the front end paper sports a library card (serves as a prompt for the reader to show and talk about their library's card -- how to get one, etc.)-- there is a double-page spread that gives a nod to some of the services and features libraries provide (a computer, a listening station, a photocopier, a fish tank, and story time).The bold primary color illustration of copy-right characters Maisy and her friends adequately hold the children's attention f [...]

    22. This was a nice simple read about Maisy going to the library. I liked how the book went into the things that can be done at the library (though photocopying favorite pictures felt weird to me). My main issue with the book is that half of it felt a bit off track. Instead of being about the library it is about Maisy's friends being goofy. And they only repeat parts of "Old Lady who Swallowed a Fly" and it threw me off so much I thought the book was missing a page initially. Not a bad read but not [...]

    23. A very-Maisy book, told in declarative sentences with a strong narrative arc. Clearly written to fulfill developmental needs, colors and patterns are featured prominently. Lots of information about the library and what happens there is included.The pictures feature the blocky, primary colors typical of Maisy books, which are fun to look at and very eye catching.Good for a story time about the library, or about community helpers/buildings, although a bit small format. May want to shorten it a lit [...]

    24. Natalie likes the Maisy books right now. Today at the library, she noticed their Maisy poster for the first time. When I saw on it that the picture was from this book, I checked this out for her. She enjoyed hearing it at lunch and babbled about it some. (Most of what I made out was duck and mouse). Its nice for sharing with kids who are about to go to story time for the first time, or with kids who are used to the experience and can relate. You could pair it with singing or reading a vesion of [...]

    25. Maisy tells us about the many things to do at the library. She goes there for a quiet read, but has a hard time doing it after her friends turn up. It has some nice positive things to say about libraries, as the children have a lovely time and an enjoyable and hilarious storytime. Maisy finally finds a quiet place to read outside under a tree. I have used this as one of our nursery library orientation books, but I'm permanently on the lookout for one that would explain the services and activitie [...]

    26. I bought this for my son at the library book sale because I love Lucy Cousins' bright and colorful artwork. In this book, Maisy enjoys going to the library so she can find a nice quiet place to read a book. This time it is a book about fish. She likes doing other things at the library, including going to storytime, using the computer, and using the resources available there. My only gripe with the story is that it should've ended when she checked out her book, instead of dragging the story along [...]

    27. A little mouse named Maisy goes to the library to look for a book about fish. While there, she runs into some friends and goes to a storytime program. The simple drawings, bright primary colors, large text, and white space on almost every page will make this book very visually appealing to babies and toddlers. The book does assume that the reader or listener is familiar with the rhyme "There Was an Old Woman Who Swallowed a Fly," which may confuse those who aren't familiar with the rhyme.

    28. "Maisy Goes to the Library" is a book about what it's like to visit a library. Teachers can read this book to teach students about the different literary resources the Library offers and the reasons why people visit the library such as: to use the computer,to read and check out books,to listen to music, etc. Teachers can also link library activities with school activities and schedule a class visit to the library.

    29. Esta historia comienza muy bien. Todo va bien hasta que Maisy se ve perturbado por sus amigos. Siento que el libro va cuesta abajo desde allí. No me gusta el libro de los niños fueron leídos. Siempre he odiado ese libro. ¿Quién en su sano juicio podría escribir un libro así? Pero aparte de eso, este libro estaba muy bien. La vieja señora que se tragó una mosca realmente arruinó para mí. >. <

    30. So apparently Maisy's library doesn't use the Dewey Decimal System?? Also, the continuity of this story is minimal (I think the cartoon is better than the books, as far as Maisy goes). But I do enjoy that the circulation clerk is a peacock. And the art style is still charming. For the smallest readers, this is a good pick-- but for anyone older than 4, the story is a bit too loose.

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