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Wacky Children's Book

  • Jun 4, 2013
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I've been a big fan of Dr. Seuss' books and characters for a long time. I did not grow up with these books (I did not grow up in an English speaking country), but ever since I was exposed to them I embraced with enthusiasm his zany and, yes, wacky sense of humor and appreciation for playful oddities. Now that I am a parent I have been buying his book with relish and enthusiasm, and exposing our little boy to them from the earliest age.

"Wacky Wednesday" is perhaps one of Dr. Seuss' most "challenging" and educational books. In addition to the playful and repetitive rhymes, the illustrations themselves pose a little challenge of discovering the discrepancies between what we would expect in the "normal" world, and what we instead encounter in these illustrations. This is indeed a fun and educational activity, but it may not be the most suitable for the very young readers. Our kid is still too young to appreciate even the text and illustrations in their own right, but we hope that by exposing him to Dr. Seuss from the earliest times he may grow to like him and his work as well.

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"Dr. Seuss ignites a child's imagination with his mischievous characters and zany verses." The Express--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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