I didn't like how you could not read along. I always like to show my grils the words while reading to them as do they like to do that when they read to me.
that was fine, a bit slow for me but my little ones (4 and2) did't seem to mind.
you could understand everything he was saying.
Disappointment, it wasn't what i thought it was going to be
i want to see audible books that you can still read and turn the page and ones for kids that highlights the word that way they can put two and two together,
I love Dr. Seuss and Ted Danson does a fantastic job of reading this book. Plus, the Lorax is a great original story of being green, a classic. It's an inventive way to teach children and adults alike the importance of putting the environment before making money.
My son likes The Lorax a lot more than I do, and now he can listen to it over and over and over again if he wants. :-) This is a great recording, with background music and sound effects that I think really add to the listening experience.
Having audio recordings of picture books like this one are really fun now that our little guy is starting to read; he can practice following along while listening, just like when we're reading together. Great value for the price!
I love the story of the lorax, so my review does not in any way reflect the content of the story, but rather the way in which the story was presented sonically. I really prefer that the story be a rhythmic recording of the literature rather than something with a soundtrack. In this case the soundtrack sounded very cheap and took away from my overall experience of the story.
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I would recommend this audiobook because its fit for children to listen to. The dramatic renditions of the character's story lines, the musical score, not to mention the writing techniques of Dr. Seuss that everyone knows, makes it one that children should enjoy well into their adulthood.
I believe the narrator's renditions of the characters voices really brought the story to life, but what I like most about it was the musical scoring in the background. I think it really gave the story a feeling that the author was trying to achieve.
My favorite scene was the ending, when it appears that all hope is lost for the forest and animals that had inhabited it, the boss gives a seed to a boy and the possibility that the forest will flourish once more.
While the ending excited me, every time the Lorax would reprimand the boss of the factory for destroying another part of the forest, it made me mad to hear the boss totally ignoring all that the Lorax was saying and what was really happening.
The overall story, from beginning to end, is perfect for a relaxing and entertaining listen. I believe it'll be one that children will cherish and keep in their collection of audiobooks.
The cheesy music in the background is so distracting. Dr. Seuss' writing needs no embellishment. Ted Danson was fine as reader