What's the Time, Maisy? by Lucy Cousins
  

The Lovereading4Kids comment

A colourful large-format board book that has a die-cut window revealing a chunky, clunky clock with real hands and cogs that can be turned to show the time on each page. Young children will love pointing them to the correct time for each activity Maisy is doing. This title is full of fun, and a colourful, interactive introduction to telling the time with everyone's favourite character.

Synopsis

What's the Time, Maisy? by Lucy Cousins

At eight o'clock, Maisy gets up and decides what to wear; at ten o'clock she goes shopping, and at twelve o'clock she has lunch. New time-tellers can follow Maisy right the way through her day to bedtime at seven o'clock, turning the hands and telling the time with Maisy!

Reviews

Enjoyable and educational for all ages. New Baby A fun, vibrant book with the added educational appeal of time-teaching. Junior

About the Author

Lucy Cousins

Lucy Cousins was born in 1964, attending a school in Kent. After doing a foundation course at Canterbury College, Lucy did a BA Honours in Graphic Design, followed by a postgraduate degree at the Royal College of Art.

Lucy finds that illustration comes more easily to her than writing, which tends to work around the drawings. "I draw by heart," she says. "I think about what children would like by going back to my own childlike instincts." And what instincts they are! Lucy now has more than 12 million books in print, including picture books, sticker books, cloth books, colouring books, board books, pull-the-tab and lift-the-flap books, three-dimensional play sets, a clock book... Where does the prolific Lucy - a mother of four children - find the energy? "I'm quite disciplined," she says of her productivity. "If I'm having an 'ideas' day, I just sit at my desk and draw and write until I feel something is happening - though I admit that this is usually helped by a cup of tea, some lively music, and an abundance of sunshine." As for outside inspiration, she says she's sometimes influenced by the work of other artists, as long as those artists are children. Says the author-illustrator, "I get more pleasure and inspiration from walking around a primary school than from any art gallery."

Click here to visit the special Maisy website full of activities and games.

Here's a video of Lucy creating artwork for the Maisy books:

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
16 pages
Interest Age: From 3

Author

Lucy Cousins
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Author's Website

www.maisyfun.com/forparents...

Publisher

Walker Books Ltd

Publication date

4th April 2011

ISBN

9781406328486

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