Great Day for Up!

Great Day for Up!

Book - 1974
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Rhymed text and illustrations introduce the many meanings of "up."
Publisher: New York :, Beginner Books,, 1974
ISBN: 9780394829135
Branch Call Number: E SEUSS
Additional Contributors: Blake, Quentin


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Jan 14, 2015

In this early reader, Dr. Seuss explores the concept of up. What kinds of things can go up? What does up look like? In Seuss typical rhyming fashion we learn.

The illustrations are done by Quentin Blake so are not typical of Dr. Seuss. They are interesting, colorful and fun. The story is simple and repetitious making it easy for young readers to learn how to read new words. Alongside the every day words, there are a few new things children might not know such as stilts and buttercups. This is a fun early reader that makes learning to read easy due to repetition and rhyming. It is written on the end of first grade reading level. Recommended for grades k-2.

JewelMcLatchy Feb 27, 2013

There are lots of bedtime stories, so why not one for waking up too? Really enjoyed the collaboration with Quentin Blake (love his illustrations in several Roald Dahl books)

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Jan 14, 2015

mmcbeth29 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 4 and 7

Jul 10, 2012

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