The Foot Book is a delightful tribute to the diverse and multifaceted world of feet. Not merely a realm of ankles, arches, and toes--as this self-proclaimed "Wacky. May 21, Left foot, Right foot. Feet, Feet, Feet. How many, many feet you meet. dr-seuss- the-foot-book. Slow feet, Quick feet. Trick feet, Sick feet. Up feet. The Foot Book is a children's book written by Dr. Seuss and first published in The Foot Book is intended for young children, and it seeks to convey the.
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The Hardcover of the The Foot Book by Dr. Seuss at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $ or more!. The Foot Book book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. A toe-tapper babies will love--the classic Seussian book about oppos. A Dr. Seuss classic turns 50! Since , this super-simple, simply brilliant Bright and Early Book about feet has been helping beginning beginner readers step.
It doesn't have a lot of content, other then a few rhymes about feet. My biggest attraction to this book is that it's about feet, something I like. My children were half interested in it. Nice addition to a full Dr. Seuss collection for the die hards out there, but not imperative. Love it! There is a cute song on you tube to go with it as well. Read it with a preschooler today. Then we listened to the song.
Dec 19, Mya rated it really liked it. A classic Dr. Seuss book. The wonders of many feet. Oct 20, Ean rated it really liked it.
Personal Response: I read The Foot Book to my little step bother told me he liked this book because of how many different feet there were and how he had never been read this book but other and never heard of this one. Jacob told me it made him smile and laugh in his own word and trust me thats weird because hes only 4 years old.
His favorite part was when this creature of many different legs came out on a page and he took the book and tried to count all them. Plot Summary: This book is mainly abo Personal Response: This book is mainly about lots of feet and what they look like. The first main event was when the weird looking horse came of and said feet feet feet.
It was a orange looking horse cow creatures that was happy and funny looking to the kids i guess. Then he was like a guide for i journey through this book helping us with all these feet.
As jacob said to me there so many different kinds of feet as he was staring at his. The end probably the best be cause it said feet feet feet some many to have but so many to not see. I would say to give this book to many kids from 6 and under because of how easy it is and how short it would be. This is a easy book but so what you were a kid once why not go back to your childish dreams. Sep 13, Kayla Krecklow rated it really liked it. Seuss's books that doesn't have much of a story line, but it does have many different meanings behind it and lessons that can be taken away from it.
For one, this book would be great when teaching children about opposites. Throughout the whole book Dr. Seuss compares opposites such as big foot, small foot and his foot, her foot.
The illustrations also correspond with many of the comparisons. Another lesson that could be taught from this book is all the different typ "The Foot Book" is one of Dr. Another lesson that could be taught from this book is all the different types of people that children are going to meet in their lifetime. They won't typically understand peoples backgrounds and differences in the beginning, but this book sort of gives them the idea with some of the comparisons as well.
For instance, they may meet someone with big feet, or small feet or maybe even some people with black or red feet. He was just trying to portray to children that there are many types of different people in this world and that we are not all the same.
I would recommend this book to younger readers such as kindergarten to second grade. Feb 22, Gizelle added it. The Foot Book is a classic Dr. Suess book that talks about the opposites. The tone throughout the book is a very melodic and poetic with its rhyming every other sentences, making it a great book to read to any child.
As I read this book to a five-year old, she enjoyed the illustrations that were in each page. She made her own story by just looking at the many details in each page.
She also picked up on how every last word of each sentence would sound familiar and asked why it sounded like a song The Foot Book is a classic Dr. She also picked up on how every last word of each sentence would sound familiar and asked why it sounded like a song.
I then had to explain what rhyming was. I recommend any Dr. Suess book to any parent because in each book of his, he explains so much in just one fun book. In the Foot Book, he talks about how everything has an opposite. Teaching a child at a young age about opposites lets their mind expand to learn more about the world. It makes the book a very cheerful and positive book.
Perfect as a bedtime story. View 1 comment. Jun 02, Hilary rated it really liked it Shelves: It only took a few reads for the 2yo to remember most of the adjectives, and to say them with great relish.
Now, after 20 or so iterations, I barely have to say a word! And it teaches left and right too, which are remembered more often than not. At least for feet. Dec 16, Becca rated it really liked it Shelves: I shall never look at feet in the same way again.
Jul 26, Westminster Library rated it really liked it Shelves: I think this is one of the best Dr. Seuss books out there. It is full of funny rhymes about different kinds of feet.
I would definitely recommend this book to young children who are just learning to read.
Another book that I managed to read during my lunch break the other day and it was such delightful read! I flipped through it twice, it was so much fun: I really missed out on a lot, not having read any books by Dr. Seuss in my childhood but I'll try to make up for it now. In this, I particularly loved the quote "In the house and on the street, how many different feet you meet! It stayed with me throughout the day and kept replaying in my head: Mar 25, Honesty rated it liked it.
So the "Story" of this book is about one fuzzy animal walking around town and pointing out every bodies feet. On page 14 if the video the clown comes in phasing to the left. Page 15 of the video, the Small feet woman and the Big feet man are in the same scene for a short moment until the pig from page 16 comes but the pig is seen looking straight ahead and not looking to at the viewers and his back side and tail was drawn in.
On page 17, on the video from the book, the Boy and Girl are a tad bit far apart from where the stands were placed at in the book. Page 18 of the video from the book, the fuzzy fur feet guy is in the blue background.
On page 19 of the video of the book, a character's left duck feet has been drawn in and on page 20, the tall animal's face isn't shown like it was in the book and the tall animal has been raised up more which explains why his foot is more near the foot guy's face and the camera zooms in on the foot guy looking at his foot.
Page 23 was not used in the video at all.
You don't see the foot guy in this scene on the 24 feet part on page 24 of the book and video. In the book he was looking at them on page 23 that wasn't used in the video.
Page 25 and 26 a few characters have been moved up a bit to cover the missing text in the video. Seuss favorites with my younger boys, I am working on learning activities and hands-on fun to enhance our experiences. Smiley 7 , Bear 5 , and Xman 2 have been requesting Dr. Seuss books more and more during our read-aloud time. Seuss books are great for early and developing readers. These books help Bear practice sight words. Smiley builds reading confidence.
All of the boys enjoy the nonsensical words that are so much fun to sound out! Are you familiar with The Foot Book?