In Doctor Maisy, Maisy and Tallulah play hospital. Poor Panda is sick, but feels much better with Doctor Maisy in charge. When it's Maisy's turn to need help, Nurse Tallulah comes to the rescue.
About The Author
Lucy Cousins, the creator of Maisy, won the 2002 Smarties Book Prize Gold Award for the Under-5s category with her picture book "Jazzy in the Jungle". She lives in Petersfield, Hampshire, and has four children.
Maisy gets to play at being a doctor and Tallulah is a nurse. Tullulah listens to Maisy's heart beating and then Maisy listens to Panda's. He is not feeling well, so Dr. Maisy takes his temperature and when she discovers that he has a fever he is taken off to bed upstairs. When Tullulah's shouts bring Dr. Maisy rushing down the stairs, they have a mishap and poor Maisy ends up with a bandaged nose. Great fun for all those kids who love to play doctor and have grown to love Maisy on Nick Jr. 2001, Candlewick Press, $9.99 and $3.29. Ages 1 to 3. Reviewer: Marilyn Courtot<%ISBN%>0763616125
School Library Journal
PreS-In Doctor Maisy, the little mouse and Nurse Tallulah take care of a sick Panda, "Oh, no. Panda has a fever." When Maisy and Tallulah bump into one another, the nurse has to bandage the doctor's sore nose. In Morning on the Farm, Maisy milks the cow, "Squish squish, squirt squirt"; feeds the pigs and chickens; and then has her own breakfast. Toddlers will be attracted by Cousins's bright, friendly illustrations and simple texts. These two titles are sure to be popular with Maisy fans everywhere.-Kathy M. Newby, Kokomo-Howard County Public Library, Russiaville, IN Copyright 2001 Cahners Business Information.
Series: Maisy Books (Paperback)
For Ages: 2 - 5 years old
Number Of Pages: 24
Published: January 2001
Dimensions (cm): 20.3 x 20.2 x 0.3
Weight (kg): 0.091