The Foot Book: Dr. Seusss Wacky Book of Opposites by Dr. Seuss* * * Read & Reviewed by Me and My Niece Emma * * *
Those 5 stars are totally biased, because Emma just read this whole book to me all by herself - the first one ever - and Im over the moon with pride!
There was so much joy up in my heart that I forgot to make a joke about her own stinky feet. After a day of hard playing at school, those little piggies get ripe!
Apparently The Foot Book is one they have at school and obviously its a favorite, because Emma passed over a dozen other good choices (even Cinderella!) and grabbed up my two copies (why do I have two?) so we could both read it at the same time. I assumed I would do the reading and shed follow along. But as you no doubt know, when you assume you make and ass out of you and me.
Her mom came early to pick her up, so I didnt get the chance to ask her how much she liked the book, but she asked if she could have one of the copies to take home with her, so that was kind of answer enough.
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