2 edition of Poeple in the house. found in the catalog.
Poeple in the house.
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||202|
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I ordered The People’s House to read during an upcoming trip to Asia. When it arrived, I decided to read the first chapter to make sure I liked it. I have found the first sentence of a novel is a good bellwether for how much I will enjoy the book overall, and after reading the first line of The People’s House, I knew I was in for a treat/5().
Great book for little ones. The adventures of a bird & a mouse in a people house, and all the objects they encounter. Objects such as stairs, tables, chairs, ice skates, broom, telephone, cup & saucer, pillows, bed.
Toddlers love this book, and love to “read” along and name the by: 4. I thought the book, In a People House by Dr. Seuss writing as Theo LeSieg was so funny. An energetic mouse wants to show his new friend Mr. Bird all of the things he has found in the people house.
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A super simple, delightfully silly introduction to objects around the home—from none other than Dr. Seuss. This book is about a mouse and a bird who adventure into a people house and find many cool things.
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Worse still – both for his family and the police – is that his body was in an. In this Dr. Seuss book, a mouse and bird do get caught taking a tour of a people house and by the end of the book, they get kicked right out of that house As I read the book aloud, the children chimed in to say whether they had the same things described in the book in their own homes.
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