- HarperCollins Publishers
- Publication Date:
- 04 May 2004
- Picture Books
Showing 1-4 out of 4 reviews.
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".
This story was about a boy who noticed things were very wacky today. The boy noticed one of his shoes was on the wall and the other shoe was on the ceiling. The boy ended up finding forty wacky things today. At the end of the book the boy got his shoe off the wall and ceiling and then went to bed. This story teaches children that if one day is crazy hopefully the next day would be a much smoother day.
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