➯ Horton Hears a Who! Read ➸ Author Dr. Seuss – Tactical-player.co.uk

Horton Hears a Who! Academy Award Winner Dustin Hoffman S Masterful Narration Brings To Life The Heartwarming Tale Of Horton The Elephant Original Music And Sound Effects Complement The Retelling An Exclusive Paperback Edition Of The Book Is Packaged With The Audio Cassette Cassette Running Time Approx 20 Min.

10 thoughts on “Horton Hears a Who!

  1. says:

    In the fifties, my Mom was head librarian for our small town library politically, we were termed a Police Village, whatever that meant So we kids got our literacy skills off and running when she used to catalogue books in our kitchen Especially since City View was in the middle of the postwar Baby Boo

  2. says:

    One of the best Dr Seuss stories ever PRICELESS TALE I ll just have to save him Because, after all, A person s a person, no matter how small, Without a doubt, one of the crowned jewels of Dr Seuss work, presenting one of his strongest messages to the human civilization.Horton, the elephant

  3. says:

    5 Awesome s A person s a person, no matter how small I absolutely love this book No matter how many time s I read it throughout the years it s always incredible I have read several Dr Seuss books in my time and this one is another wonderful book that will most definitely be passed down thr

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    EXCERPT On the fifteenth of May, in the Jungle of Nool,In the heat of the day, in the cool of the pool,He was splashing enjoying the jungle s great joys .When Horton the elephant heard a small noise.ABOUT THIS BOOK Horton the kindly elephant has his work cut out saving the tiny Whos who live on a speck of

  5. says:

    Me crying while reading this to small fry More likely than you d think

  6. says:

    Horton the elephant tries to help the little Who creatures and their town, Who ville, that it is located on a speck of dust He is the only one who can hear them scream for help I ll just have to save him Because, after all, A person s a person, no matter how small I hadn t realise that the Who creatures

  7. says:

    Told in the usual charming repetitive rhyme of Dr Seuss so often appreciated by young children Great message about how everyone is important and everyone can make a difference Horton is a particularly endearing character, showing kindness and persistence, and risking ridicule and being ostracized and even being t

  8. says:

    As with all the classic Dr.Seuss books, Horton has that unique combination of Attractive illustrations and exciting verse both very dynamic, always moving always going somewhere new both very strange, silly and bizarre all in an extremely accessible, engaging and compelling and let s not forget educational way whic

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    No matter what, this book always brings a big smile on my face It is absolutely amazing how one can memorize so many pieces from one book I just love the rhymes and this colourful journey of the beautiful friendship between two species that have never actually met It may be a children s book, but the story and the ch

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    UPDATE I just ran across a Guzer video story of a real man who can neither read nor write but who creates ultra miniature sculptures which are smaller than the eye of a needle He began to do this because when he was young, his teachers made him feel small The significance not to mention the charm of Horton Hears a W

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