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ePub The Song of the Zubble-Wump (Wubbulous World of Dr. Seuss) download
Author:
Tom Brannon
ISBN13:
978-0679984191
ISBN:
0679984194
Language:
Publisher:
Random House Books for Young Readers (December 30, 1996)
Category:
Subcategory:
Growing Up & Facts of Life
ePub file:
1370 kb
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1145 kb
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Rating:
4.7
Votes:
122

This show takes the famous Dr. Seuss characters and puts them into all sorts of adventures, exploring and teaching . It’s a very educational and fun show

This show takes the famous Dr. Seuss characters and puts them into all sorts of adventures, exploring and teaching things to the viewing audience. The Cat in the Hat has his little pack of Cat in the Hat’s who he shows things to. Horton has his son who he teaches things to. It’s a very educational and fun show. The Wubbulous World of Dr. Seuss originally aired on Nickelodeon and was nominated for five Daytime Emmy Awards, including Outstanding Children’s Program, for three years in a row. The series combines 3-D computer animation and the puppetry of Jim Henson

There's only one Zubble-wump egg, from the Zubbulous Valley, and that one belongs to the Mullally family. This egg hatches only once every 82 years, and young Megan Mullally is actually going to be lucky enough to witness the great event, which happens to be tomorrow.

There's only one Zubble-wump egg, from the Zubbulous Valley, and that one belongs to the Mullally family. To make sure no harm comes to the precious egg, Grandpa Mullally brings in the egg-watching expert, Horton the elephant.

The Song of the Zubble-Wump (The Wubbulous World of Dr. Seuss). 067988419X (ISBN13: 9780679884194). I'm not sure the Cat In The Cat as created by Seuss would be the guy who comes to the rescue, and I also have an issue with dieting jokes in children's books, but otherwise the plot doesn't seem to have been compromised by the need to fit that distinctive Seuss-like rhyming scheme.

The priceless Zubble-Wump egg has been in Megan Mullally's family for as long as anyone can remember, so when the Grinch steals it, she sets off with Horton to. . Seuss.

The priceless Zubble-Wump egg has been in Megan Mullally's family for as long as anyone can remember, so when the Grinch steals it, she sets off with Horton to get it back. A live-action/puppet television series based on characters created by Dr. Seuss, produced by The Jim Henson Company.

The priceless Zubble-Wump egg has been in Megan Mullally's family for as long as anyone can remember, so when the .

The priceless Zubble-Wump egg has been in Megan Mullally's family for as long as anyone can remember, so when the Grinch steals it, she sets off with Horton t.We’re dedicated to reader privacy so we never track you. We never accept ads.

Watch The Wubbulous World of Dr. Seuss (1996–1998) full episodes online Synopsis: In many respects seasons one and two of the program are very different shows. The virtual settings seen in this show are created by Jim Henson's Creature Shop.

There's only one Zubble-wump egg, from the Zubbulous Valley, and that one belongs to the Mullally family. This egg hatches only once every 82 years, and young Megan Mullally is actually going to be lucky enough to witness the great event, which happens to be tomorrow. To make sure no harm comes to the precious egg, Grandpa Mullally brings in the egg-watching expert, Horton the elephant. But not even the hawk-eyed Horton can stop the thieving, nasty green Grinch, who pulls a switcheroo and snatches the egg. After a series of breath-holding near misses, Megan herself retrieves the egg and receives a classic Seussian lesson in tow: that beauty and truth can never be the property of just one family--they belong to all of us!  
  • The Song of the Zubble-Wump had been borrowed from his school library by my then 5 year old grandson. He was so upset that he had to return it that I couldn't resist purchasing him his own copy (through Amazon, of course!)
    When he opened the parcel, his face went bright red with pleasure, and he was close to tears as he hugged the book to his chest. His pleasure was measured ten fold when he realised that the book was his to keep, and it was his favourite for a very long time.
    Typical Dr Seuss mad and bad, quirky and SO clever. A must for all young children.

  • Although Amazon has listed Dr. Seuss as one of the authors of this book, he is not!
    Instead, the other authors/illustrator are attempting to boost their sales by stealing some of Seuss's characters--the Cat in the Hat, Horton the elephant, and the Grinch.
    This plodding, predictable story totally lacks the wild plot twists and off-the-wall craziness of true Seuss. The trouble-making Cat in the Hat is transformed into a bland voice of authority lecturing about the importance of sharing. Evidently the authors haven't read "How the Grinch Stole Christmas", or they would know that the Grinch reformed at the end and is not the incorrigible villain he is depicted as in this book. Even the artwork is not a convincing imitation of Seuss, lacking the bold black ink strokes and wild details. The new characters in the book, Megan Mullally and her grandfather, look like Muppets rather than Seuss characters.
    Get a *real* Dr. Seuss book.

  • The other reviewers are too focused on the author. At the end of the day, it's a great book with characters my kids know and love. My 3 and 5 year olds love this book and have had me read it consistently for the past year or more. Great book.

  • Masterpieces and grandmasters are who they are because they are unique. Derivative works should remain just that, a complement to style, but no more. This is more than a request to this one author, but to the entire publishing industry. Enjoy Ted Geisel's work as it was meant to be, by yourself or with your kids. Trying to re-create it, in particularly, for monetary gains is ethically questionalable. Ted's work transcends markets and brands, it is a reflection on humanity, our strenghts and failures. Failure to understand this makes you no better than the Wickersham brothers.