Dr. Seuss: Step This Way

Dr. Seuss: Step This Way

Tish Rabe

Language: English

Pages: 5

ISBN: 2:00168494

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


Step into reading with the Cat in the Hat in this leveled reader all about different kinds of animal feet!

Sally and Nick are having shoe trouble. Sally can't stand up in her mom's shoes, and her dad's are too big for Nick. Not a problem, says the Cat. Feet come in all shapes and sizes, and to demonstrate, he takes them on a trip in the Thinga-ma-jigger to visit some friends: a duck with flat, wide feet good for swimming; a lemur with long, grasping toes good for climbing; and a gecko with tiny hairs on his feet that keep him from slipping.

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meet. And each of them has, oh, such different feet!” In minutes they landed in Bing-Bungle-Ba-Boo, right by a lake, and the Cat called, “Yoo-hoo!” “Hello there, Cat! Welcome to my lake,” said a duck. “Emily!” cried the Cat. “There you are! We’re in luck! “Meet Emily, one of my friends,” said the Cat. “As you see, her two feet are all flippy and flat.” “It’s true,” said the duck. “My feet are long and wide. Let’s swim and I’ll race you to the other side.”

who hangs by his feet.” “Our feet aren’t like yours,” said Nick. “Not at all. If we hung by our feet, I’m afraid we would fall.” “I have lemur feet,” said the Cat, “just for you. Now you can hang the way Mikey can do.” Before the kids knew it, they were up in a tree. “I can hang like a lemur,” said Nick. “Look at me!” “Try this!” Mikey said. “You will think that it’s neat. You can hang upside down just by using your feet.” “Lemurs are great climbers,” a voice

stick.” They pressed and they peeled, and the gecko was right. They walked upside down, and their feet held on tight. “I can walk like a gecko!” said Nick. “Who would guess you can walk upside down if you peel and you press? “Try duck feet for swimming, and lemurs’ for gripping. The feet of a gecko will keep you from slipping. “But, Sally, I think that when we get back home, I’ll return your dad’s shoes and just wear . . . “. . . my own!”

stick.” They pressed and they peeled, and the gecko was right. They walked upside down, and their feet held on tight. “I can walk like a gecko!” said Nick. “Who would guess you can walk upside down if you peel and you press? “Try duck feet for swimming, and lemurs’ for gripping. The feet of a gecko will keep you from slipping. “But, Sally, I think that when we get back home, I’ll return your dad’s shoes and just wear . . . “. . . my own!”

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