Maysie

 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 97% (152 of 157)
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 10,658 - Total Helpful Votes: 152 of 157
Dog Activity Mini Snack Bags,  7  9 cm, Assorted&hellip by Trixie
This is a small pouch but I wanted it for putting in my pocket. I use Fish 4 Dogs Star Training Treats and they are small too; about 0.5cm. The most important thing is that the drawstring closes tightly so the treats don't fall out if I stuff it in my pocket with other things. It is thick enough to protect everything else from any grease or odour. The clip is useful if you have something to attach it to. If you are constantly treating or have large hands or large treats you would not use this, you would be better off with one of the apron waist type that stay open.
Pomfret Towers: A Virago Modern Classic (VMC) by Angela Thirkell
8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
If you enjoy Angela Thirkell, you will be pleased that Virago are now printing more of her works. These are nice editions and reasonably priced and I look forward to more of the same; in May 2014 there are more to come.
This is an entertaining read, the characters are nicely drawn and the story is centred around a house party. Good mix of characters and their relationships with each other thoughtfully portrayed. It's amusing, interesting and you want to know what happens.
Maisy at the Farm (Maisy Classic Pop Up Book) by Lucy Cousins
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Delightful, 30 Aug 2013
Bought this as a gift, it is really lovely. Very robust, good hard cover, strong internal pages and flaps. Good strong colours, clear drawings as you expect from Maisy.
The first flap is on the hen house and reveals 4 hens which in turn lift their wings to reveal either a chick or an egg - so cute!!
Next it's horse riding - the horse moves and a pair of ears invite you to open the gate to reveal a foal watching - with a smile on it's face no less!
Feeding the lambs - as you pull on the arrow the level of the milk goes down and the lamb's tail goes up! The watching sheepdog wags it's tail - of course.
Driving the big gloriously red tractor which of course moves and a… Read more