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Tongue twisters abound in this lively and easy to read book by the famous doctor.
Sam-I-Am tirelessly tries to convince the other guy that he'll just adore green eggs and ham. Resistance is futile. However, to the nameless fellow's delight, he discovers that he indeed likes the delicacy and will eat them everywhere! Readers — new and experienced — appreciate the silliness and verve of this rhyming adventure.
Nine books by the tongue-tangling master of comedy come alive through animated readings, punctuated with music. Seuss' language is engaging to hear, even without his distinctive illustrations, in these adept and lively rhyming stories.
Rough sketches and ideas by the original Dr. Seuss were completed after his death by a jubilant collaboration between poet Jack Prelutsky and illustrator Lane Smith. Not only will readers glimpse Theodor Geisel's process of creation, they will delight in meeting Miss Bonkers and the Diffendoofer School presented in Seussian text and illustrations that integrate Smith's signature style with familiar Geisel.
Recommended by Christian This book made me want to be a reader! I caught on to the first few pages quickly. But the back section, with multiple words per page, was a challenge. And I couldn’t wait to be able to read them! I could feel Dr. Seuss pulling me along with his dynamic creatures bouncing from page to page: "Don’t you want to know what happens?" "Oh, I do, I do!"
No one believes poor Horton the elephant when he tells them that he hears someone on the speck of dust. Despite ridicule and difficulties, Horton perseveres and saves the all of Whoville confirming that one can make a difference. This classic tale told in rhyme and heavy lined, expressive illustrations, with broad humor.
The classic tale of the Grinch is now more than 50 years old. But that's just why it's a classic: Seuss' grumpy stealer of Christmas is as fresh today as it was when first published in the mid 20th century. Also available in Spanish.
The late Dr. Seuss wrote the text for this wonderful book about feelings and moods back in 1973, but didn't want to illustrate it himself. Steve Johnson and Lou Fancher provided the paintings that not only enhance the text but take readers on a captivating journey of their own. This book will delight children of all ages, and is a terrific tool for encouraging discussions of emotions.
Age Level: 6-9
Inspirational yet honest, and always rhythmically rollicking, this book is a perfect send-off for any reader from 1 to 100 years old who is entering a new phase of life. Kindergartners, graduating students, newlyweds, and those newly employed all will glean shiny pearls of wisdom about the big, bountiful future.
Readers will delight in the playfulness of this word romp as they venture beyond the letter Z. Inventive letters and creatures are introduced in this funny, rhyming, alphabetic adventure in typical Seussian style.