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the one reviewed It still runs through the gamut of the alphabet it is still fun the illustrations are as zany as Dr Seuss can be and it is still a must for children of all ages Believe it or not I bought it for my daughter she is in her 40s and still loves Dr Seuss for Christmas and she was determined to read it aloud to me and she did I then decided to read it myself because it was such fun Auntie Aggie and her alligator start proceedings off then we work through to Jerry Jordan s jelly jar and jam begin that way onward to Silly Sammy Slick sipped six sodas and got sick sick sick to a final What begins with Z I do I am a Zizzer Zazzer Zuzz as you can plainly see And we can see the Zizzer sat there in his pink and white suared one piece or is it his unusually coloured furA jolly good bit of fun to be had at Christmas Big A little a what begins with A And it begins theThan The One Reviewed
sound of a little voice answering the uestion Aunt Annie s Alligator Aof a little voice answering the uestion Aunt Annie s Alligator A A This is a favorite read in the car so much so that my grand ids have it memorizedDr Seuss has a magical way of rhyming and creating rhythm that appeal to young and old You begin reading about Aunt Annie s alligator and you re off into that delightful rhythm that eeps you and the children hooked to the very end with the Zizzer Zazzer Zuzz Seuss never disappoints the rhyme and rhythm are always precise all because of his great imagination Nixie Knox and Willy Waterloo Warren Wiggins and Waldo Woo are all wonderful characters that take us through the travels of the alphabetThe book is full of anticipation as each page turns will there be blue or red polka dots or plaids or fancy flying feathers who nows Will the letters be big or very very small We can t seem to read it fast enough to see what comes nextThanks Dr Seuss for the cat in the hat the green eggs Horton and the fish in the bowl You ve helped ids all over the world love to read Thanks for the good reads. Silly Sturdy Books for Babies of All Ages. Ding this to him about twenty times I woke up in the middle of the night and thought Hey And since I practically have this book memorized the catchy rhythm and alliteration help I went through the book in my head at four in the morning and
realized exactly how this book wordsexactly how amazing this book isSimple alliteration Great meter Incredible creativity How did he We have uite a few ABC books in the house now but I don t think any of them are uite as fun to read as this one certainly not with the younger readers anyway Seuss doesn t go for the usual pattern of picking one thing for each letter no he has to include silly rhymes and even some made up words too paired with his trademark slightly unrealistic illustrations A sampleBIG Alittle awhat begins with AAunt Annie s alligatorAaABIG Flittle fwhat begins with FFour fluffy feathers on a Fiffer feffer feffBIG Olittle owhat begins with OOstrich oilorange owlOoOBIG Ylittle ywhat begins with YA yawning yellow yakwith Yolanda on his backThere s some variety not all the rhymes follow the same exact format but they all start the same way and most end with the letters again Writing the alphabet this way does make for a fairly long read though and so far the ids recently turned or turning 2 get a bit restless and distracte Innovative words Amazing alliterations Made up namesThis is Dr Seuss for you Well done doctor D My best friend just got like eight Dr Seuss books and I am not sorry about flooding your feed today and tomorrow with me reading them and telling you how amazing they areBecause I mean it s Dr Seuss Can it be anything lessI would read this to my Liar kids yourids your neighbor s Noir kids theid down the block the Renovate: Changing Who You Are by Loving Where You Are kid of my worst enemy and probably just allids Alphabets can be fun Well what can I say I indulged myself with a little of Dr Seuss and taught myself my A B C Z all over again It was fun the illustrations are fun the book is fun and is a must for children of all agesI am now reviewing a dif. Published by Random House in 1963Simple. Only Dr Seuss has the audacity to make up
names in a book that teaches ids the alphabet Zizzer zazzer zuzz ReallyCan youin a book that teaches ids the alphabet Zizzer zazzer zuzz ReallyCan you tell I ve been reading of these books lately with my 18 month old BIG Alittle awhat begins with AAunt Annie s alligatorAaABIG Blittle bwhat begins with BBarberbabybubblesand abumblebee His parents being concerned about how much time he was spending watching a computer video game on YouTube first grader Jack was told to stop and I thereupon invited him to pick out a book to read instead He selected this one without complaint andI ve beenTell I Ve Been
The Two Of Us Proceededtwo of us proceeded study it page by page both in terms of its words but also in terms of their reference to the art work To make it participatory I asked Jack to give a word starting with the letter to come before proceeding to see what author Geisel s selection would be It worked worked enough for the two of us to get through the whole thing Jack s attention span for reading usually not being adeuate to entire children s books Dr Seuss s ABC An Amazing Alphabet Book Dr SeussDr Seuss s ABC is a 1963 children s A to Z alphabetical picture book by Dr Seuss Theodor Seuss Geisel It contains several short poems about a variety of characters and is designed to introduce basic alphabet book concepts to childrenBIG Alittle awhat begins with AAunt Annie s alligatorAaABIG Blittle bwhat begins with BBarberbabybubblesand abumblebee I think that this is the most amazing alphabet book ever word wise Animalia wins for pictures I thinkWe ve been collecting Dr Seuss books for uite some time because we tend to like them I never read this book as a child and I m almost glad because I get to be so astounded now as an adultFirst of all there s great meter Second there s tons of alliteration Third the alliteration is not only at the beginnings of words but inside them too Barber baby bubbles and a bumblebee Four fluffy feathers on a Fiffer feffer feffI actually didn t notice this until my son had insisted on me rea. This is an adaptation from Dr Seuss's ABC.