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Maisy's Street

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A Maisy Concertina Book where the book opens to reveal a concertina page that unfolds to show a stunning, 2-sided, metre-long street scene with 15 flaps!

Two metres of fabulous fold-out fun in this entertaining book. The hardback contains a concertina page to unfold, showing a busy two-sided street scene. On her way to Eddie's birthday party, Maisy passes the bakery, the florist, the library, the doctor's surgery, the cafe, Ostrich's house, Tallulah's house, the sweet shop, the shoe shop, the Post Office, the bank, an ice-cream van, the fishmonger, the vegetable stall and the fancy dress shop ... so much to look at, and so many friends to meet along the way!

  • Unique interactive fold-out format
  • Companion volume to the bestselling Maisy's Traffic Jam

Age: 1-5 years

About the author

Lucy Cousins had her first Maisy book published by Walker soon after she left college. Now Maisy stars in her own television show and has become one of the best-loved characters in children’s books, recognized the world over. Lucy has won the Bologna Ragazzi Prize for Maisy’s House in 1997 and the Smarties Book Prize in 2002 for Jazzy in the Jungle. Hooray for Fish! was published in 2005 and now appears in animation in Japan. Lucy has over 21 million books in print, including picture books, sticker books, cloth books, colouring books, board books, pull-the-tab and lift-the-flap books. Says the author-illustrator, “I get more pleasure and inspiration from walking around a primary school than from any art gallery.” She lives in Hampshire with her partner and four children.


Other Details

Publication Date:
01 Aug 2009
Walker Books
Lucy Cousins
Picture Book

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