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A toe-tapper babies will love--the classic Seussian book about opposites: "Wet foot, dry foot. Low foot, high foot..."   This Little Book is an adaptation of the original book The Foot Book published by Random House in 1963. A toe-tapper babies will love--the classic Seussian book about opposites: "Wet foot, dry foot. Low foot, high foot..."   This Little Book is an adaptation of the original book The Foot Book published by Random House in 1963.


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A toe-tapper babies will love--the classic Seussian book about opposites: "Wet foot, dry foot. Low foot, high foot..."   This Little Book is an adaptation of the original book The Foot Book published by Random House in 1963. A toe-tapper babies will love--the classic Seussian book about opposites: "Wet foot, dry foot. Low foot, high foot..."   This Little Book is an adaptation of the original book The Foot Book published by Random House in 1963.

30 review for The Foot Book: Dr. Seuss's Wacky Book of Opposites

  1. 4 out of 5

    Jason Koivu

    * * * Read & Reviewed by Me and My Niece Emma * * * Those 5 stars are totally biased, because Emma just read this whole book to me all by herself - the first one ever - and I'm over the moon with pride! There was so much joy up in my heart that I forgot to make a joke about her own stinky feet. After a day of hard playing at school, those little piggies get ripe! Apparently The Foot Book is one they have at school and obviously it's a favorite, because Emma passed over a dozen other good choices (e * * * Read & Reviewed by Me and My Niece Emma * * * Those 5 stars are totally biased, because Emma just read this whole book to me all by herself - the first one ever - and I'm over the moon with pride! There was so much joy up in my heart that I forgot to make a joke about her own stinky feet. After a day of hard playing at school, those little piggies get ripe! Apparently The Foot Book is one they have at school and obviously it's a favorite, because Emma passed over a dozen other good choices (even Cinderella!) and grabbed up my two copies (why do I have two?) so we could both read it at the same time. I assumed I would do the reading and she'd follow along. But as you no doubt know, when you assume you make and ass out of you and me. Her mom came early to pick her up, so I didn't get the chance to ask her how much she liked the book, but she asked if she could have one of the copies to take home with her, so that was kind of answer enough.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Stacy

    Easy read for kids, my granddaughter read it to me. Classic Seuss.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Ronyell

    “The Foot Book” is a children’s book from the greatest mind of children’s books, Dr. Seuss and it is about how the main character, a fuzzy and golden looking character, introduces the various types of feet that everyone has. “The Foot Book” is one of the greatest books from Dr. Seuss ever created that children will enjoy for many years. Dr. Seuss’ talent for writing and illustrations has been astounding children around the world for many years and this book is no exception! Dr. Seuss perfectly pu “The Foot Book” is a children’s book from the greatest mind of children’s books, Dr. Seuss and it is about how the main character, a fuzzy and golden looking character, introduces the various types of feet that everyone has. “The Foot Book” is one of the greatest books from Dr. Seuss ever created that children will enjoy for many years. Dr. Seuss’ talent for writing and illustrations has been astounding children around the world for many years and this book is no exception! Dr. Seuss perfectly puts the book in a rhyming prose that gives the book so much creativity as children can learn with ease about the different types of feet in a hilarious way. Dr. Seuss’ illustrations are perfect as usual as he makes the characters look surreal yet friendly as all the characters are wearing black and yellow jumpsuits along with red, green, and red shoes that look like clown shoes since they are large. “The Foot Book” is an excellent book for children who love reading about different types of feet in a humorous way and will surely become a major cult classic in any family who are fans of Dr. Seuss’ books. I would recommend this book to children ages three and up since this book is pretty straightforward for many toddlers. Review is also on: Rabbit Ears Book Blog

  4. 4 out of 5

    Andrea Cox

    by Andrea Renee Cox Another great book by Dr. Seuss, but that doesn't come as a surprise to me. He was always one of my favorites when I was young. Such an imagination he had! I connected with that then... and now. This book of opposites is fun and entertaining with cute pictures and rhyming words. Enjoyable for any age kid. I was not compensated for my honest review. by Andrea Renee Cox Another great book by Dr. Seuss, but that doesn't come as a surprise to me. He was always one of my favorites when I was young. Such an imagination he had! I connected with that then... and now. This book of opposites is fun and entertaining with cute pictures and rhyming words. Enjoyable for any age kid. I was not compensated for my honest review.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Jason Carr

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. An exciting survey of the different kinds of feet you will meet.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Misty Mount

    The sillier the book, the more my son loves it ❤️

  7. 4 out of 5

    Erth

    Love these books

  8. 5 out of 5

    J

    If I were reviewing this book from my two year old's point of view I'd be far more liberal with the stars. From me it's only getting three. I enjoyed it the first two hundred times, but the plot's a bit lacking. Our favorite part: his feet, her feet, fuzzy fur feet Who doesn't love fuzzy fur feet? If I were reviewing this book from my two year old's point of view I'd be far more liberal with the stars. From me it's only getting three. I enjoyed it the first two hundred times, but the plot's a bit lacking. Our favorite part: his feet, her feet, fuzzy fur feet Who doesn't love fuzzy fur feet?

  9. 5 out of 5

    Gina

    Well last night was definitely a night devoted to fun family reading and fond memories. My kids are celebrating Dr. Seuss's birthday in school and my my sons' shad an assignment to find a Dr. Seuss book that had an affect on their early life, read it, and bring it to school the next day. My 7 year old chose this title. He loved this book when he was a toddler (and still does). My husband and I know many of these books by heart now and now my son knows this one by heart now too. It not only helpe Well last night was definitely a night devoted to fun family reading and fond memories. My kids are celebrating Dr. Seuss's birthday in school and my my sons' shad an assignment to find a Dr. Seuss book that had an affect on their early life, read it, and bring it to school the next day. My 7 year old chose this title. He loved this book when he was a toddler (and still does). My husband and I know many of these books by heart now and now my son knows this one by heart now too. It not only helped teach him to read but it taught him that reading is fun! That is the joy of Dr. Seuss ! Even after all these years, he can still bring a smile to a child's face and make them feel like a superstar when they finally can tackle the book by themselves. That is why people still celebrate this brilliant man, whose simple rhymes and catchy phrases still bring smiles to children and adults everywhere. 5 stars!

  10. 5 out of 5

    The Celtic Rebel (Richard)

    This Dr. Seuss book is kind of hard one to rate as an adult for me. Of all his books this one as an adult reader is the least enjoyable but as a child I absolutely loved it. My children did too and now my grandchildren do. It was probably one of the first books that my kids could read back to me word for word. Classic Dr. Seuss.

  11. 4 out of 5

    debbicat *made of stardust*

    Love it! There is a cute song on you tube to go with it as well. Read it with a preschooler today. Then we listened to the song. We especially liked “ furry feet!”

  12. 4 out of 5

    Mya

    A classic Dr. Seuss book. The wonders of many feet.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Cam

    Beginner My son picked this book to read. Thought it was a more advanced book but this would be a great book for beginner readers. This would be a great confidence builder for beginner readers.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Gizelle

    The Foot Book is a classic Dr. Suess book that talks about the opposites. The tone throughout the book is a very melodic and poetic with its rhyming every other sentences, making it a great book to read to any child. As I read this book to a five-year old, she enjoyed the illustrations that were in each page. She made her own story by just looking at the many details in each page. She also picked up on how every last word of each sentence would sound familiar and asked why it sounded like a song The Foot Book is a classic Dr. Suess book that talks about the opposites. The tone throughout the book is a very melodic and poetic with its rhyming every other sentences, making it a great book to read to any child. As I read this book to a five-year old, she enjoyed the illustrations that were in each page. She made her own story by just looking at the many details in each page. She also picked up on how every last word of each sentence would sound familiar and asked why it sounded like a song. I then had to explain what rhyming was. I recommend any Dr. Suess book to any parent because in each book of his, he explains so much in just one fun book. In the Foot Book, he talks about how everything has an opposite. Teaching a child at a young age about opposites lets their mind expand to learn more about the world. A Foot Book can be especially fun to children because of it’s bright colors that the illustrator used in each page. It makes the book a very cheerful and positive book. Perfect as a bedtime story.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Hilary

    It only took a few reads for the 2yo to remember most of the adjectives, and to say them with great relish. Now, after 20 or so iterations, I barely have to say a word! (And it teaches left and right too, which are remembered more often than not. At least for feet.)

  16. 5 out of 5

    Becca

    I shall never look at feet in the same way again.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Bri

    this was my favorite dr. seuss book as a child. i still love it today.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Kerstin

    Love it!

  19. 5 out of 5

    Celestria

    Not the best Dr. Seuss book story-wise. But for whatever reason, it was a childhood favorite of mine so it's getting 5 stars because of nostalgia. Great for kids learning to read. Not the best Dr. Seuss book story-wise. But for whatever reason, it was a childhood favorite of mine so it's getting 5 stars because of nostalgia. Great for kids learning to read.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Ean

    Personal Response:I read The Foot Book to my little step bother told me he liked this book because of how many different feet there were and how he had never been read this book but other and never heard of this one. Jacob told me it made him smile and laugh in his own word and trust me thats weird because hes only 4 years old. His favorite part was when this creature of many different legs came out on a page and he took the book and tried to count all them. Plot Summary: This book is mainly ab Personal Response:I read The Foot Book to my little step bother told me he liked this book because of how many different feet there were and how he had never been read this book but other and never heard of this one. Jacob told me it made him smile and laugh in his own word and trust me thats weird because hes only 4 years old. His favorite part was when this creature of many different legs came out on a page and he took the book and tried to count all them. Plot Summary: This book is mainly about lots of feet and what they look like. The first main event was when the weird looking horse came of and said feet feet feet. It was a orange looking horse cow creatures that was happy and funny looking to the kids i guess. Then he was like a guide for i journey through this book helping us with all these feet. As jacob said to me there so many different kinds of feet as he was staring at his. The end probably the best be cause it said feet feet feet some many to have but so many to not see. Recommendation : I would say to give this book to many kids from 6 and under because of how easy it is and how short it would be. This is a easy book but so what you were a kid once why not go back to your childish dreams.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Kayla Krecklow

    "The Foot Book" is one of Dr. Seuss's books that doesn't have much of a story line, but it does have many different meanings behind it and lessons that can be taken away from it. For one, this book would be great when teaching children about opposites. Throughout the whole book Dr. Seuss compares opposites such as big foot, small foot and his foot, her foot. The illustrations also correspond with many of the comparisons. Another lesson that could be taught from this book is all the different typ "The Foot Book" is one of Dr. Seuss's books that doesn't have much of a story line, but it does have many different meanings behind it and lessons that can be taken away from it. For one, this book would be great when teaching children about opposites. Throughout the whole book Dr. Seuss compares opposites such as big foot, small foot and his foot, her foot. The illustrations also correspond with many of the comparisons. Another lesson that could be taught from this book is all the different types of people that children are going to meet in their lifetime. They won't typically understand peoples backgrounds and differences in the beginning, but this book sort of gives them the idea with some of the comparisons as well. For instance, they may meet someone with big feet, or small feet or maybe even some people with black or red feet. He was just trying to portray to children that there are many types of different people in this world and that we are not all the same. I would recommend this book to younger readers such as kindergarten to second grade.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Westminster Library

    I think this is one of the best Dr. Seuss books out there. It is full of funny rhymes about different kinds of feet. I would definitely recommend this book to young children who are just learning to read. Find The Foot Book at the Westminster Public Library! I think this is one of the best Dr. Seuss books out there. It is full of funny rhymes about different kinds of feet. I would definitely recommend this book to young children who are just learning to read. Find The Foot Book at the Westminster Public Library!

  23. 5 out of 5

    Iza (Pages Full of Stars)

    Another book that I managed to read during my lunch break the other day and it was such delightful read! I flipped through it twice, it was so much fun :) I really missed out on a lot, not having read any books by Dr. Seuss in my childhood but I'll try to make up for it now. In this, I particularly loved the quote "In the house and on the street, how many different feet you meet!". It stayed with me throughout the day and kept replaying in my head :D Another book that I managed to read during my lunch break the other day and it was such delightful read! I flipped through it twice, it was so much fun :) I really missed out on a lot, not having read any books by Dr. Seuss in my childhood but I'll try to make up for it now. In this, I particularly loved the quote "In the house and on the street, how many different feet you meet!". It stayed with me throughout the day and kept replaying in my head :D

  24. 5 out of 5

    midnightfaerie

    This isn't one of our favorite Dr. Seuss books. It doesn't have a lot of content, other then a few rhymes about feet. My biggest attraction to this book is that it's about feet, something I like. My children were half interested in it. Nice addition to a full Dr. Seuss collection for the die hards out there, but not imperative. This isn't one of our favorite Dr. Seuss books. It doesn't have a lot of content, other then a few rhymes about feet. My biggest attraction to this book is that it's about feet, something I like. My children were half interested in it. Nice addition to a full Dr. Seuss collection for the die hards out there, but not imperative.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Crystal

    I read this book for my college class as a preschool concept book. This book is most definitely a beginners book for children starting to read. It is a great book to use when talking about differences and even easy body parts (think feet, arms, legs, head, etc.)

  26. 4 out of 5

    Marlene

    Rhyming, rhyming everywhere. Some are here and some are there. We love rhyming, yes, we do. Do you love the rhyming too? A personal favorite and now a favorite for my school kids. Who knew there were so many different kinds of feet!

  27. 5 out of 5

    Rose

    My daughter has a lot of books, like an entire shelf of books. She is 2 btw. No matter how many book she has, The Foot Book has been her favorite for months! I can read this to her 10, 20 times in a row and she will ask for it again. This book will always have a special place in my heart.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Leland T-Money Fortier

    The book that started the rumor that Dr. Seuss had a foot fetish.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Rich Farrell

    This is the first book I remember reading as a kid, so it holds some sentimental value, but the images and rhythm are as fun as ever. Seuss is always solid.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Ruth Covington

    This was my favorite book when I started reading and my 2 year old has it memorized. It’s our first non board book!

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