Bartholomew and the oobleck read aloud

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bartholomew and the oobleck read aloud

Bartholomew and the Oobleck by Dr. Seuss

It is my personal opinion that there is a Dr Seuss book for every possible situation. I have a hard time keeping them on hand, because I find so many people who need one. I use them as gifts in a hurry, as handy reference guides for all kinds of things, and as greeting cards ( well worth the extra postage, and the inside blank page up front gives you tons of writing space.)

This book is not only my favorite of all favorites in the Dr Seuss collection, it is also my preferred method for making up with a loved one after a very big, very gooey, very green (and not in a earthy way) relationship disaster of the first order. The simple fact is, no matter how sovereign our very grown up brains may be, we still get stupid and hire our guilt and repression magicians to climb up to the mountain lair and call down oobleck on us all. Anybody who thinks Dr Seuss isnt very realistic, or just nonsense for kids will someday find him/her-self sitting up to the royal neck in it, and have to say IM Sorry. At such times, a willingness to laugh at oneself through the paintbrush of Dr Seuss can be a lifesaver. I love this book, and I thank my mother who actually bought me a FIRST EDITION copy!!!!!! that I will have to keep, because I cant mail THAT to anybody.
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  1. Terence C. says:

    Problem Solving Lesson Plan

  2. Guido V. says:

    Introduction: In this lesson, students will work on problem solving skills as they relate to story events.

  3. Dexter G. says:

    In this Caldecott Honor–winning picture book, join Bartholomew Cubbins in Dr. Seuss's classic tale of one king's magical mishap. Bored.

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