Maisy's Boat

Maisy is sailing out to sea in this delightful boat-shaped book!Have fun with Maisy in this boat-shaped board book from the multi-award-winning Lucy Cousins Ahoy! Maisy is sailing out to sea for the day in her boat Her friend Charley is coming too The wind blows the sails and off they go! Maisy drops anchor in a beautiful blue lagoon - she goes snorkeling and Charley goes fishing But what's that on the end of Charley's fishing line? Find out in this fantastic book for active little ones This super-sturdy board book is ideal for teaching first words in a fun way and also comes with wipe-clean pages perfect for messy hands! It's more fun with Maisy! Visit her amazing website - wwwmaisyfuncom - for activities newsletters games and more

Price: £6.49 from 365games.co.uk

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