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Do You Know What I'm Going to Do Next Saturday?

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A boy recounts his plans for the following Saturday, which involves a lot of eating and doing everything he wants to do, including things no one else has done, like eating ten miles of spaghetti and having the Marines put on a parade for him.
Hardcover, Beginner Books
Published 1963 by Random House
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Whitney
Nov 25, 2015 rated it liked it
This Saturday consists of mostly eating (because you have to keep eating if you want to keep going.) But in between the eating this small boy manages to go water skiing, flying in a jet and helicopter, beat five children at tennis at once and then their fathers, followed by playing with the United States Marines. my favorite part in the book is this precocious boy meeting the Marines. Here's a snippet and now remember this was published in 1963.

"Shooting! I'll go shooting with the United State
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Amy
Dec 20, 2011 rated it really liked it
I loved this book as a child. I think the old fasioned looking pictures appealed to me. (For me, when I read them they would have been about 30 years old). Also, all of the fun things he did interested me, or at least amused me. I remember liking the idea of him being thrown over the cliff in a can, and playing on the ropes that were really high up. I also loved all the mentions of all the food he was going to eat throughout the day. Yum! I think I sense a running theme in my favourite childrens ...more
Cyndy
Jan 09, 2016 rated it it was amazing
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I read this book so many times when I was young. I wish I could find our old copy of it - it's probably in the attic of my parents' house. The pictures of the boy eating all that spaghetti and pancakes was fascinating to me. I always wondered how he could eat so much! ...more
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Helen Marion Palmer Geisel (September 23, 1898 – October 23, 1967), known professionally as Helen Palmer, was an American actress and author and the wife of children's book writer Dr. Seuss (Theodor Seuss Geisel). Her most well known book is Do You Know What I'm Going To Do Next Saturday?, published in 1963. This book, along with two others — I Was Kissed by a Seal at the Zoo (1962) and Why I Buil ...more

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