Maisy Goes to the Hospital: A Maisy First Experience Book

Maisy Goes to the Hospital A Maisy First Experience Book The perfect prescription for preschoolers who may be visiting the hospital and a healthy story time choice for Maisy s loyal fans One day as Maisy is bouncing on her trampoline she bounces a LITTLE t

  • Title: Maisy Goes to the Hospital: A Maisy First Experience Book
  • Author: Lucy Cousins
  • ISBN: 9780763643720
  • Page: 215
  • Format: Paperback
  • Maisy Goes to the Hospital: A Maisy First Experience Book

    The perfect prescription for preschoolers who may be visiting the hospital and a healthy story time choice for Maisy s loyal fans.One day as Maisy is bouncing on her trampoline, she bounces a LITTLE too high Oh, no What will happen after she falls and hurts her leg Maisy s friend Charley goes with her to the hospital, where X rays, a cast, and an overnight stay ensue.The perfect prescription for preschoolers who may be visiting the hospital and a healthy story time choice for Maisy s loyal fans.One day as Maisy is bouncing on her trampoline, she bounces a LITTLE too high Oh, no What will happen after she falls and hurts her leg Maisy s friend Charley goes with her to the hospital, where X rays, a cast, and an overnight stay ensue Maisy feels strange to be away from home, but a friendly patient soon helps her feel better Little readers will be relieved and intrigued to share a memorable and perhaps familiar experience with Maisy.

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    1. Natalie

      I love all the 'Maisy' books from my own childhood. I think they are charming and sweet and classic stories which are loved by children. In this story, Maisy injures herself falling off a trampoline and has to go to hospital. It can be a useful book to read to children that may need to go to hospital as it enforces they are friendly places and nothing to be afraid of. They can also relate the story to their own experiences which can be comforting.

    2. Brittany Houston

      "Maisy Goes to the Hospital" is a new experience book that emphasizes the social and emotional feelings associated with being hurt/feeling ill and being in a hospital. Teachers can read this book to students to teach about what happens in a hospital, why people go to the hospital, and who works at the hospital. Additionally, students can learn about what makes them feel better while they are sick or not having a good day.

    3. Nicola

      We haven't read other Maisy books but this is a nice simple text for under 5's about visiting or being admitted to the hospital. Miss 2 likes the picture of the x-ray and being able to point out that the bone is broken.Miss 2 and I like to explore different books at the library and try to get different ones out every week or so.

    4. Kimberly

      While visiting my granddaughter I had the privilege of reading Maisy Goes to the Hospital several times in one day. This is proof enough to me that this book garners the attention of children, both with the stories and the illustrations.Lucy Cousins is the author and the illustrator of this and other Maisy books. In this book the main character, Maisy, breaks a leg, so she needed to visit the hospital. This book covers many topics which can prove scary to children: being injured, seeing the doct [...]

    5. Christine Turner

      he perfect prescription for preschoolers who may be visiting the hospital - and a healthy story-time choice for Maisy's loyal fans. One day as Maisy is bouncing on her trampoline, she bounces a LITTLE too high. Oh, no! What will happen after she falls and hurts her leg? Maisy's friend Charley goes with her to the hospital, where X-rays, a cast, and an overnight stay ensue. Maisy feels strange to be away from home, but a friendly patient soon helps her feel better. Little readers will be relieved [...]

    6. Ashley

      Very colorfully, bold book! The bold lines and smooth texture reflect the books simplicity from the characters like Doctor Duck, to the story line, to the illustrations themselves. The illustrations lack much detail, but the cartoony illustrations, or artistic style, of the book is great for children, especially, new readers who need simple books. The simplified backgrounds and illustrations help beginning readers feel less overwhelmed and more comfortable. Also, with less on a page the reader c [...]

    7. Jasmine

      Maisy is definitely not my favorite picture book character, but I guess I can see how she became so popular (probably mainly due to the credit of the publicists and publishers). Definitely not a captivating story-type picture book, but it is informative for little kids who are nervous about doing things for the first time (in this case, going to the hospital). I will probably only resort to these if/when Z is interested in learning more about these types of events.

    8. Melanie

      When Maisy falls off her trampoline and breaks her leg she has to go to the hospital to have a cast put on. She's a little nervous when the doctor says she has to spend the night in the hospital; she'll miss her friends. But then her friends come to visit her and she has a nice roommate. Soon she is able to go home on crutches.

    9. Patricia

      Maisy le gusta saltar alto en su trampolín. Desafortunadamente, ella termina encima de tener que ir al hospital. Como siempre, sus amigos están ahí para ella. Al final se hace un nuevo amigo, también.

    10. Dawn

      I got this after Clark had to go to emergency room for stitches on his chin. They love the tragedy of the broken leg but the redeeming recovery of their favorite mouse at the end. It also includes balloons, which is always a plus.

    11. Allison C. McCulloch

      Kind of fun, if not realistic (not sure why Maisy would stay overnight at the hospital for a broken leg). But the colorful pictures lure you in and the child I read it to asked me to read it over and over.

    12. Samantha

      Maisy pobres! Yo estaba tan triste que se rompió el pie! Trampolín que realmente su mal estado. Pero se puso mejor e hizo un nuevo amigo, así que bien está lo que bien acaba

    13. Becky

      I have read this book over and over and over this weekend. It's Annie's very favorite new book. We're going through a Maisy stage.

    14. Chrystal

      What is it about this art that my girls love? It doesn't really interest me but they are really drawn to anything with Maisy

    15. Alexandria

      En este libro Maisy se rompe la pierna. Su amigo Charley el cocodrilo se la lleva al hospital. I also read this book in Spanish.

    16. Uriah

      Read last night with daughter and nephew. A decent book in it's own right, the story is much more enjoyable to 5 year olds when the alligator is getting Maisy fixed up so he can eat her later.

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