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am 16. Mai 2000
The original book is NOT about opposites. It a clever funny, rhythmical book about ... feet. But when adapting it for a board book they decided to make it useful, and so changed the wording to fit an imposed theme. This is not Dr. Suess. This is a publishers way to make a few extra bucks from unsupecting customers. But the original.
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TOP 500 REZENSENTam 10. September 2007
Researchers constantly find that reading to children is valuable in a variety of ways, not least of which are instilling a love of reading and improved reading skills. With better parent-child bonding from reading, your child will also be more emotionally secure and able to relate better to others. Intellectual performance will expand as well. Spending time together watching television fails as a substitute.

To help other parents apply this advice, as a parent of four I consulted an expert, our youngest child, and asked her to share with me her favorite books that were read to her as a young child. The Foot Book was one of her picks.

Dr. Seuss understood the elements of a successful early reader: Lots of repetition, visual adjectives, and hilarious drawings to tie it all together and keep the child racing forward. The Foot Book is perhaps his most successful basic reader.

But what makes this book even more remarkable is that it teaches basic concepts as well such as left versus right (that most chidren are sorting out at this age), high and low, front and back, and counting.

I was further impressed by the obvious encouragement for children to notice feet, and become better observers. You can follow up in this way with your child by asking her or him what was noticed that day about feet.

Please note that this book is quite different from the board book that came out with a similar title in 1996. Avoid that one, and use this one instead.

Get a kick out of feet!
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am 19. März 2016
Excellent for little readers. Just a note that it is an abridged version. But that's not a problem, I have the original version for my daughter aged 6 to read on her own, and this hardcover one for my 10 month old.
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am 17. Dezember 2015
Das Buch kenne ich fast auswendig, Habe hier in Deutschland bestellt und war negativ überrascht, dass der Text nicht komplett ist.
Sonst gut gemacht. Babies können damit spielen und nicht zerreisen.
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am 29. März 2000
My son, Ian, has loved this book since day one! My husband and I can recite it by heart it's been read so much; and when we do recite it Ian goes to his stack of books, picks it up and toddles over to one of us to read it to him. He kicks his foot or feet in the air as we read and when we're done he turns it back to page one and makes us read it again. It's a wonderful book - one any child would enjoy and any parent would love to read!
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am 22. Mai 2000
I bought this book for my daughter when she just turned 1 yr old. To make the reading more interesting, I incorporated some action with it. E.g., Up feet (bring her feet up with her lying down) and Down feet (bring her feet down). She loves it and not surprisingly, 'FEET' is one of the first words that she learned to say.
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am 18. März 1998
Dr. Suess had the enviable privilage of being able to see into the workings of a child's mind then harness that special zaniness on paper. Some of his works defy the adult's strictly defined ideas of the way things are, but children recognize and appreciate a kindred spirit... THE FOOT BOOK unwitttingly teaches numbers and opposites while highlighting the many different kinds of people there are in the world. It is a very readable length that doesn't leave the tired parent snoring on an open book and the illustrations are bright and attention-grabbing. I recommend this as a staple book in the toddler through kindergartners home library.
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am 19. März 1998
Snuggling with your little one and opening their first Dr. Seuss book is a rite of passage for parents, but usually before you can say Horton the Elephant your wee one has crawled or toddled off. The Foot Book to the rescue. A catchy short poem with appealing illustrations about the many kinds of feet- front feet, back feet, slow feet, quick feet- one would encounter in a Dr. Seuss world. The Foot Book is an engaging tale that will have your child humming to the rhyme and discovering the feet in his or her world. A dog-eared favorite in our home.
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am 24. März 1998
One of the first things children learn about is their nose, hands, eyes and feet. Dr. Seuss captures many different kinds of feet in "The Foot Book". It shows the differences between feet as well as demonstrates the actions feet can take. It's rhythmic with words that children want to repeat. And with repetition, children learn. Dr. Seuss favorites include "One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish" and "Green Eggs and Ham". Now . . . where did I put my shoes? My feet are cold!
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am 18. März 1998
A wonderful book to read along with your toddler. My two year old found it easy to read along, and you'll find yourself reliving your childhood when you read it aloud. A good learning tool as well, it introduces the concept of same and different, as well as left and right. From a "durability" perpective, the paper is good quality and can withstand the abuse of tough little hands turning pages roughly. So curl up with your little one, read them the book, and have some green eggs and ham afterwards.
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