Yes. My granddaughter (age 3 1/2) absolutely loves this. She laughs so much when she hears the frustration of the character being asked to eat the green eggs and ham against his wishes.
When the one being asked to eat the green eggs and ham finally tastes them and realizes that he really does like them.
Not normally a fan of any of the characters that I've seen Jason Alexander play, I found it quite fansinating how much I enjoyed his narration of this book. He does an absolutely wonderful job, and makes the book a hundred times more interesting than I'm sure any other narrator could.
No, not really.
Children are sure to love this book, and ask to hear it again and again.
I enjoyed relating to times when my children pushed it over and over again, to stay up a little longer. However, what I liked least was that it went on too long saying "fuck". It's a pretty strong word that alot of us do not use, so to hear it so much, was too much. Maybe the story could have been a little shorter.
Jackson brought a very nice lullaby/lilting quality to the story.
As I said, it was a little too long, but enjoyable for a fun listen. Not something that I would listen to again, and when I play it for others, I turn it off after a few lines of it. Long enough so that they get a cute taste of it, but not too long, so as not to offend anyone.
My computer says that this file is either unsupported or damaged. Can you help me get this audible book? Can you contact me on my e-mail?. Shouldn't this file transfer directly to my Kindle Fire e-reader?
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