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Book Review – Fox In Socks By Dr Seuss

This classic Dr. Suess book is anything but dull. Some children’s books can be slightly boring for adults, but I assure you this book does not fall under that category. In fact it comes with a very apt warning label “take it slowly. This book is dangerous”. And ends with “now is your tongue numb?”. With rhyming prose and colorful (and extremely witty) illustrations, this book is about a tricky fox that tries to “get your tongue in trouble”.

In this hilarious tale, the tricky Mr. Fox tries to baffle simple Mr. Knox by putting him in bizarre situations accompanied by tongue numbing tongue twisters. As the story progresses, Mr. Knox gets increasingly frustrated by Fox’s tricks and repays him by putting him in a bottle and concocting a tongue twister of his own “tweetle beetle noodle poodle bottled paddled muddled duddled fuddled waddles fox in socks”.

This book is sure to keep your child thoroughly entertained, and you might notice yourself saying the catchy lines, in the book, to yourself as well.

Suitable for Age Group: 2-7

Brightometer Rating: ★★★★☆

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