Sunday, December 4, 2016

[BOOK REVIEW] The Foot Book by Dr. Seuss

Title:  The Foot Book

Author:  Dr. Seuss

Genre:  Fantasy / Rhyming / Humor / Body

Year Published:1968

Year Read:  2010

Series:  Bright and Early Board Books

Publisher:   Random House Books for Young Readers

Source:  Purchased

Content Rating:  Ages 3+ (Nothing Objectionable)

Buy on:  Amazon  //  Book Depository 
 “The Foot Book” is a children’s book from the greatest mind of children’s books, Dr. Seuss and it is about how the main character, a fuzzy and golden looking character, introduces the various types of feet that everyone has.  “The Foot Book” is one of the greatest books from Dr. Seuss ever created that children will enjoy for many years.

Dr. Seuss’ talent for writing and illustrations has been astounding children around the world for many years and this book is no exception!  Dr. Seuss perfectly puts the book in a rhyming prose that gives the book so much creativity as children can learn with ease about the different types of feet in a hilarious way.  Dr. Seuss’ illustrations are perfect as usual as he makes the characters look surreal yet friendly as all the characters are wearing black and yellow jumpsuits along with red, green, and red shoes that look like clown shoes since they are large.

“The Foot Book” is an excellent book for children who love reading about different types of feet in a humorous way and will surely become a major cult classic in any family who are fans of Dr. Seuss’ books.  I would recommend this book to children ages three and up since this book is pretty straightforward for many toddlers.