BOOK REVIEWS

Maisy's Morning on the Farm Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2019-07-16 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 24 user ratings
ISBN:0763616117
LANGUAGE:English

" Read online here: http://www.maisyfunclub.com/eddie_rea... " said.

" A cute story of a morning on the farm. Chickens, cows, pigs and cats! " said.

" This book shows children all the chores that must be done on the farm before even having breakfast. But feeding animals and milking cows would be so much fun I wonder if you can call it work? " said.

" I liked this particular Maisy book more than Natalie. I liked all the farm animals, but I think the subject is getting a little old for Natalie. The book mostly focuses on Maisy feeding all the animals in the morning. " said.

" Maisy takes care of every farm animal, feeds them and looks after them. This story will help the children to start knowing about caring about animals and just caring in general. The print is in bold and large. " said.

" I haven't quite figured out why my kids love Maisy books so much. Perhaps they appreciate the simple, yet brightly colorful art, or they like that there aren't many words. I truly don't know. They did enjoy pointing out all of the different farm animals as we read this one, and they asked why Maisy's friends weren't there, too. " said.

"I'm not a big fan of Maisy, but my 4 and 2 year old are, so we read it. Over and over and over gain.

The pictures are big and bright and colorful. And look like my kid drew them. That bugs. BUT my kids think it's "really cool". So there you have it.

This book doesn't teach a whole lot about farms or how they work. Maisy does a few things, really fast and then eats breakfast. Man, I wish it had been that easy when I lived on a farm.

But like I said, my kids like it so we read it. Did I mention we read it a lot? We do.
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"Like all Maisy books they're bright and colourful with big bold text with a very simple plot line. Some of Maisy books are longer than each other and the shorter ones tend to be grouped together to make for a 'longer read'..This one is on the longer side of things with 24 pages to tell it's tale about Maisy's adventure on the farm.

This is basically introducing children to the idea of having responsibilities on a farm if you lived on one..But it also shows that if you own any type of animals you need to care for them (feeding, brushing, cleaning out their living quarters, tending to the cows,etc) plus at the end to eat a scrummy breakfast after all that hard mornings work.

The funny side to this story is seeing a mouse care for all these animals considering shes a MOUSE and usually mice are hated on farms (yes, this is from an adults point of view but you get the idea).

Will appeal to children under the age of 5..Can be used in a school setting for learning purposes. Have used many Maisy books with children before, they always seem to be a hit.
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