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Amazing Animals

3.54  ·  Rating Details ·  109 Ratings  ·  12 Reviews
Board book, 10 pages
Published by Collins (first published November 3rd 2003)
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Archit Ojha
Jul 20, 2016 Archit Ojha rated it it was amazing
Recommended to Archit by: RItu
Shelves: ebooks
How can I not give 5 stars to you, Dr. Seuss?

Another good book in the series of names having alliteration. It's fun reading this to yourself.

My wife says that the amount of words in the review of flip-flap-books out number the words in the book itself.

So, is the book : A toddler's delight!
RItu
Jul 20, 2016 RItu rated it it was amazing
Shelves: ebooks
Archit,

This book must be the first book to give our children, so they become aware of all the animals they get to be with if any of them is not behaving!

A bear with gloves.
A camel with its disintehrated figure.
An elephant with twinkling eyes, eyelids and eyebrows.
A duck with all its feathers on its neck.
A mouse with a christmas tree.
A goat that doesn't know it's a goat.

We can even leave them with each of these animals or with many of them.

Our next option beside temple is zoo!

The poems we are re
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I never knew Dr. Seuss got into the lift-the-flap novelty that swept the world after Where's Spot? became popular.

Anyway any lift-the-flap books are a hit in our house at the moment. As usual the flaps on this board book are not up for the challenge of a toddler - and this library book has the inevitable missing flap.

The vast majority of lift-the-flap books are derivative and are over-reliant on the novelty of lifting the flap. Rising above the mass of mediocrity are a few stand outs - e.g. Whe
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Jason
Feb 19, 2016 Jason rated it liked it
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A disappointing book by Dr Seuss, I know it's for very small kids and it's teaching them animals but it feels a bit flat, anybody could do a book like this. I fell that Dr Seuss could have done a better job.
Maria
Sep 14, 2016 Maria rated it it was ok
2 stars.
Rania Ajjan El Hadid
Feb 27, 2014 Rania Ajjan El Hadid rated it it was amazing
Wonderful way of teaching children new animals
Kevin Hull
Feb 05, 2015 Kevin Hull rated it it was ok
Pretty lazy outing.
Austin Wright
Feb 05, 2015 Austin Wright rated it liked it
Pop-up book for infants.
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Theodor Seuss Geisel was born 2 March 1904 in Springfield, MA. He graduated Dartmouth College in 1925, and proceeded on to Oxford University with the intent of acquiring a doctorate in literature. At Oxford he met Helen Palmer, who he wed in 1927. He returned from Europe in 1927, and began working for a magazine called Judge, the leading humor magazine in America at the time, submitting both carto ...more
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