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Hooray For Diffendoofer Day !

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Hooray For Diffendoofer Day


The students of Diffendoofer School celebrate their unusual teachers and curriculum, including Miss Fribble who teaches laughing, Miss Bonkers who teaches frogs to dance, and Mr. Katz who builds robotic rats.
For those interested in a book I've put together some info. Hooray For Diffendoofer Day! by Dr Seuss / Jack Prelutsky / Lane Smith is a great book. The author is Dr Seuss / Jack Prelutsky / Lane Smith and it was published by Knopf Books for Young Readers. The child's book was released on the 8th of April, 1998. This version is the 1st ed. has 64 pages and it is made of colorfully illustrated pictures. The child's book furthermore focuses on Stories in rhyme.

Knopf Books for Young Readers

MPN: 9780679890089
ISBN: 0679890084
Author: Dr Seuss / Jack Prelutsky / Lane Smith

Started by Dr. Seuss, finished by Jack Prelutsky, and illustrated by Lane Smith, Hooray for Diffendoofer Day! For all of us who will never forget our school days and that special teacher, right here is a book to give and to acquire.   Jack Prelutsky and Lane Smith pay homage to the Good Doctor in their very own distinctive ways, the result of which might be the union of three one-of-a-kind voices inside a brand-new, totally original book that is better than the sum of its parts. is a joyous ode to individuality starring unsinkable teacher Miss Bonkers and the quirky Diffendoofer School (which must prove it has taught its college students how to think--or have them sent to dreary Flobbertown ). Included is an introduction by Dr. Seuss's longtime editor explaining how the book came to turn out to be and reproductions of Dr. Seuss's original pencil sketches and hand-printed notes for the book— a true find for all Seuss collectors!    

With the release of Hooray for Diffendoofer Day! The book is according to 14 rough drawings and verses Geisel's secretary gave to the author's editor, Janet Schulman, after his death in 1991. Ebeneezer Bomberg Jr."--all of a slightly different cadence and rhythm, which he tests like a composer writing a new concerto. When brainstorming the name of what resulted in the Diffendoofer School, he jots down several possible names--"William Wilkins Woofer Junior,"" Woodrow Watkins Woofer,"" Zoofendorf Elementary,"" J. In these scribbled sketches and scratched-out lines, we witness the Seussian method in building a story. readers young and old are afforded a dazzling glimpse in to the genius of Theodor"Dr. Seuss"Geisel.

A small collection of Geisel's rough sketches would be plenty to thrill even the Grinchiest of readers, but there's a lot much more to this marvelous book. Renowned children's poet Jack Prelutsky and award-winning illustrator Lane Smith had been called to action by Schulman to pull these sketches into a full story that would make Dr. Seuss fruffulous with glee. Prelutsky's delicious verse is uncannily Seussian, and it truly is inexplicably sensational when exploring the Diffendoofer School to discover very good old Horton, a platter of green eggs and ham, together with a couple of Whos from Who-ville scattered across the surreal and fascinating landscape of Smith's artwork. Lane and Prelutsky have gone above and beyond the call of duty, preserving the characters and themes Geisel was just starting to develop, but enhancing them with their own delightful stylistic stamps.

Above all, this incredible book is an ode to unorthodox, unusually creative teachers, as well as the innovative thinking they encourage in young minds. ") It is a noble theme, and a single that Geisel surely had in mind when he concocted these preliminary sketches. (Miss Twining, for example, teaches"the best way to tell chrysanthemums from miniature poodles. Each new Dr. Seuss aficionados and people who remember The Cat in the Hat's 1957 debut will cherish this book for its message, artwork, and poetry, and most of all, as a tribute to the man who inspired thousands of readers. (Age 3 and older)


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