Tuesday, April 3, 2012

In a People House

I'm slowly coming around to the Dr. Seuss books. I don't anticipate willingly purchasing them, however gifts and library books are fine. As I've mentioned before, my husband loves them and they are reliable sources of rhyming text. In a People House is an early reader geared towards improving vocabulary. I wouldn't term them "sight words" as they're bigger words, but since they're every day items or activities (found in a house, right :) it would be a useful tool. The heroes of this story are a bird and a mouse, which is definitely a plus in my books. One of the things I dislike most about Dr. Seuss books is the frequent appearance of fantastic characters and made up words. This book has none of that. Illustrations are non-offensive and rhyming is great as usual. Definitely recommended for early readers. Source: Library Books

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