Ten Apples Up On Top!
When a lion, a dog, and a tiger meet up, they soon discover that they can each do different things while balancing apples on their heads. Whether drinking milk, jumping rope, or roller-skating, they can do a lot with ten apples up on top! But watch out, she has a mop! She'll knock those apples from up on top. Seuss' apple-balancing characters will have youngsters reading, counting, and giggling! * Hardcover * 72 pages * Published March 12, 1961
Read and count along with Dr. Seuss and George Booth's classic Beginner Book full of errors. This is no ordinary day! There's a shoe on the ceiling and bananas in the apple tree, and it only gets wackier. From a hole in the kitchen table to a green sun in the sky, young readers will love finding each silly mistake. Illustrated by renowned New Yorker cartoonist George Booth, Wacky Wednesday is impossible to forget.
Oh, the Thinks You Can Think!
The possibilities are endless in Dr. Seuss' classic Beginner Book! Young readers will delight in Oh, the Thinks You Can Think! which celebrates the imagination and encourages young readers to think . . . about thinking!
I Can Read With My Eyes Shut
Dr. Seuss and the Cat show that reading is fun—even when you don't look at the words! Whether reading in bed or in purple or brown, reading is fun—even upside down. And whether reading about hoses or roses or owls on noses, I Can Read with My Eyes Shut is a hysterical way to discover the joy of books.
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