The Sneetches and Other Stories
To celebrate the 50th Anniversary of its original publication, we're making available for a limited time only a special full-foil covered Party Edition of The Sneetches and Other Stories at the regular edition price of $14.99. The four wildly whimsical stories in this collection—"The Sneetches,"... show more
To celebrate the 50th Anniversary of its original publication, we're making available for a limited time only a special full-foil covered Party Edition of The Sneetches and Other Stories at the regular edition price of $14.99. The four wildly whimsical stories in this collection—"The Sneetches," "The Zax," "Too Many Daves," and "What Was I Scared Of?"—touch on important moral issues, and while they can be read for sheer pleasure, they are also ideal for sparking conversationsabout tolerance, the need for compromise, and fear of the unknown. Perfect for young Seuss fans and collectors of all ages, this is a gift that can be enjoyed by the whole family on many different levels.
Publish date: August 12th 1961
Publisher: Random House Books for Young Readers
Pages no: 65
Edition language: English
This book would be a PERFECT segway into teaching about diversity! This is the story about sneetches - some have stars on their bellies and some don't. This causes a divide between the two groups. I would read this aloud to my class because it is very long for a picture book and there are many made-...
Dr. Seuss' books are classic children's books. The Sneetches is about the Star Belly Sneetches and the Plain Belly Sneetches. The Star Belly Sneetches think that they are the best and look down upon the ones without stars. Sylvester McMonkey McBean comes along with his Star-On and Star-Off machines....
I would this book aloud when talking about diversity. An activity would be followed up along with the book readind. The intended audience is grades K-2.
The Sneetches is a Dr. Seuss book that I had not read until I was in college, but even as an adult, this book really spoke to me about the differences between people and how they should be celebrated. In the story The Sneetches, animals called Sneetches bully one another about being better because t...
The Sneetches would be a great book to read in the kindergarten through second grade classroom, and teaches a lesson to embrace who you are and don't worry about the things that you cannot change about yourself.