Maisy's Snuggle Book: Open up this vibrant striped box and pull out the most adorable cloth book ever! This instant favorite invites babies and toddlers to join Maisy and pals as they put on pajamas, brush their teeth, cuddle, read a story, and settle into bed. Combining Maisys' bright colors with a soft, snuggly, and super-touchable design, this book is sure to find a special place in the daily rituals of little ones everywhere.
Maisy's Thanksgiving Sticker Book:** Today is Thanksgiving Day, and Maisy and all her friends are having a special dinner. There's food to be gathered, vegetables to wash, and a house to decorate with flowers. The table needs setting, a yummy pie needs baking - there's so much to do! With thirty-four colorful stickers on hand, little readers will love taking part in the preparations by matching stickers to pictures. It's a feast of fun for Maisy lovers and for every kid who's a stickler for stickers.
Maisy's Christmas Sticker Book:** Maisy and her friends are getting into the Christmas spirit. But they need some help! Poor Ostrich's feet could use some warm boots as he waits for Maisy to buy the Christmas tree. Back at home, Tallulah can't find the angel for the top of the tree. And they mustn't forget to leave a snack for Santa! Luckily, Maisy's many fans will be eager to lend her a hand - by choosing colorful stickers to complete each scene. Merry Christmas, Maisy!
Material: Cloth Book, Sticker Books
Brand: Random House
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