The sneetches questions and answers
The Sneetches and Other Stories by Dr. SeussIllus. in full color. Four funny easy-to-read stories all with subtly planted moral lessons.--Publishers Weekly.
Now, the Star-Belly Sneetches / Had bellies with stars. / The Plain-Belly Sneetches / Had none upon thars. This collection of four of Dr. Seusss most winning stories begins with that unforgettable tale of the unfortunate Sneetches, bamboozled by one Sylvester McMonkey McBean (the Fix-it-up Chappie), who teaches them that pointless prejudice can be costly.
Following the Sneetches, a South-Going Zax and a North-Going Zax seem determined to butt heads on the prairie of Prax.
TOO MANY DAVES
Then theres the tongue-twisting story of Mrs. McCave--you know, the one who had 23 sons and named them all Dave. (She realizes that shed be far less confused had she given them different names, like Marvin OGravel Balloon Face or Zanzibar Buck-Buck McFate.)
WHAT WAS I SCARED OF?
A slightly spooky adventure involving a pair of haunted trousers--What was I scared of?--closes out the collection. Sneetches and Other Stories is Seuss at his best, with distinctively wacky illustrations and ingeniously weird prose. (Ages 4 to 8) --Paul Hughes
The Sneetches Viewing Guide + Reflection
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Reading Level: Ages Although it is difficult to admit, we all are influenced by our prejudices. The more we are aware of our prejudices, the less harmful they are. This book by Dr. Seuss helps children see the silliness of judging people by their appearance rather than by their character.