"My 17 month old grandson is really into buses, trucks, cars, etc. He rides the bus in Chicago, so he was delighted with this cute story. It is the perfect length and we can get through the book before something else catches his attention. An instant favorite!" Joanne Boyd said.
"very sweet, very short, very colorful books. my daughter has been into maisy since she was about 2. now she is three and still loves to read them - tho now she "reads" them by herself." sd mama said.
"This is a thin paperback book so easy to throw in a bag. There is not much to the book or the story, but my son loves it. He reads it over and over." JLC said.
"Great book for counting. My daughter is really starting to recognize numbers thanks to this book." A. Walsh said.
"My kids love everything Maisy. My son loves vehicles. Put those two together and you get a win-win situation.. I wish this was a board book because they last longer at our house, but the book is great regardless." JR Mile said.
"Best books for toddlers and 2 year olds. It actually has a story line that they can follow and has fun characters that she loves (especially Tallulah for some reason)!" Susan Lee said.
"We LOVE Maisy in this house. We are slowly collecting them all. The pacing, artwork, characters, gentleness... All add up to a great series!
This book is great for toddlers learning to count. Each stop is numbered and a different character boards the bus. Everyone gets off at the last stop, except little black cat who falls asleep!
My kid is really into vehicles and numbers so it's a total win. He gets to call out each bus stop with great enthusiasm. The bus stopping and going is also compelling for him. The numbers only go to five so it's not too long... It's just right!" Star Athena said.
"My daughter LOVES the Maisy books! We took a bus trip recently, so I thought she would enjoy this one in her collection and it did not disappoint." T. Ortelle said.