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This book is for older early readers. I’ve given my child Mr. Brown Can Moo, Can You? and Brown Bear. Brown Bear, What Do You See? and my son was able to follow without skipping pages. This book, on the other hand, is more wordy. My son is 19 months old and skips through some sentences and pages. Although, I do like that he learns some of the alphabet while I read this to him. Also, board books can definitely withstand baby and toddler tortures. My son likes to throw, bang, and smack this book on hard surfaces and sometimes people (not a fun experience). But even so, it has lasted 9 months with repairs here and there. I chose to repurchase this book because it is still one of my son’s favorite books. A tip on making board books last longer – laminate with tape before giving it to your child. Make sure the bindings and edges are taped, because that is where it tends to tear most. Check it out!
Amazon.com Review BIG R, little r, what begins with R? Rosy’s red rhinoceros. R…r…R From Aunt Annie’s Alligator to Rosy’s red rhinoceros to a Zizzer-Zazzer-Zuzz, learning the alphabet is bound to be fun with Dr. Seuss. And with this small, sturdy board-book version of his classic ABC book (Dr. Seuss’s ABC), even the tiniest tots can indulge in a little alphabetical education. Each letter is featured with Dr. Seuss’s unmistakably nonsensical illustrations and text: “Lion with a lollipop,” “Camel on the ceiling,” “Uncle Ubb’s umbrella and his underwear, too.” The youngest readers-to-be will get lots of letter practice with the repetitive use of each letter and the easy-to-memorize rhythmic rhymes. Soon your favorite preschooler will be reading this book aloud to you! (Baby to preschool) –Emilie Coulter –This text refers to the Board book edition.
Dr. Seuss’s ABC (Beginner Books, I Can Read It All By Myself) Hardcover – 1991 by Dr. Seuss (Author) Review
When I worked as a toddler teacher , this was my favorite book to read to the children ! And theirs as well. I read it so often I have memorized the whole thing. Now I read it with my kids and frequently quote the letter rhymes when working on reading and writing with my kindergartner. The rhymes are extremely catchy and fun. It gets to a point with toddlers that they only have the attention span if it rhymes. I strongly prefer the board book version to the larger paper hard back version. The board book version is slightly shorter but in a way that makes it a more fun read. -Read Reviews-
I was raised with Dr. Seuss Books, now time for the next generation. Grand-kids love it when I visit and read a book to go to sleep. It is the perfect way to get them to relax, either for nap or bed. Gives nice subject to dream about too.
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