Dr. Seuss's ABC

Written by Dr. Seuss • Illustrated by Dr. Seuss

Reviewed by Eddie U. (age 8)

Dr. Seuss's ABC illustration will appear here.

This book is about the ABC's. It was about the letters of the book. It was showing all the pictures and all the stuff they do. The show all the letters of the alphabet. Dr. Seuss does the whole story and he does wonderful things with it. For example, for the letter G, some words were easy to read, like goat and girl. But some were hard like goggles. The letter Z was trickier because there is a pictur of something I didn't know. It looks like an alligator, but has the body covered in a bed suit. There were tired turtles and a boy dreaming about doughnut, and a duck-dog. There is a guy making jam. There was an ostrich with an owl.

I like the illustrations for big N and little N because there were nine people with neckties. I liked the part with the alligator.

My brother should read this book because it's a good book. My mom, my dad and my sister and my grandpa would like this book because it's a wonderful book. Little kids and grown-ups would like reading this book.

Eddie U. is a member in New York Cares/Island School Reading Club's Pump Up the Volume Book Club (2006-2007)