The mischievous cat returns on a snowy day when there is work to be done.
©1958, 1986 Dr. Seuss Enterprises; (P)2006 Random House, Inc. Listening Library, an imprint of the Random House Audio Publishing Group
Kelsey Grammar reading Dr Suess, what's not to like really? Although this isn't at all my favorite top ten Dr Suess books, it's still delivers all my expectations in the Seuss department, and it's fun to have a sequel to a classic. I have to say that the pace at which Grammar reads the story is a little bit on the rapid side, which made it a less than relaxing experience to listen to this book. I think it may have even wound my kids up a bit, so this will not be part of our bedtime/naptime playlist.
This was my very first book from audible. I had no idea what audible was, and i really thought it was one of those books that reads to you when you turn the pages. I had used a credit on this book. Once i realized it was only voices, and no animation or book to follow along, i was very disappointed. Now that i have more experience with Audible, i wish i could return this book for my credit. needless to say, lesson learned. I now enjoy many audible books. i wish they would add more to the collection. I started the leven thumps series only to find audible only had the first two books of the series. I want more.
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