- HarperCollins Publishers
- Publication Date:
- 04 May 2004
- Picture Books
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This is a great story for kids. Each page has detailed pictures with wacky things for the children to find (such as a green sun, houses without walls, cars without wheels etc). My kids have great fun finding all the things that are out of place in the pictures.
A must-have in every collection, in my opinion. The title pretty much explains it all: it's a very wacky day, and each page, things just get wackier. Can you spot all the wackiness?
I can always count on Dr. Seuss to provide a somewhat outlandish story, this one however did not rank at the top of my list. The illuastrations (though not by Dr. Seauss were a bit to wild for me and the students, they referred to them as, "scary".
Wacky Wednesday is just about a boy who wakes up one day and sees that thingsare not right around him. Everything is wacky. Every page gives a new number of things that are wrong that the reader is supposed to find.This book allows students the excitment of finding the wacking things as well as counting.
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