©1971 Dr. Seuss Enterprises; (P)2006 Random House, Inc. Listening Library, an imprint of the Random House Audio Publishing Group
had a grhad a great experience listening to this audiobook.great narration.kudooosseat experience listening to this audiobook.great narration.kudoooss
I used it as a teacher for my students and since it is hard on my voice to read it to all five of my classes, I could save my voice using audible.com.
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The narration and quality of recording is top notch. Of course the story keeps you on the edge of your seat.
My 6 year old absolutely loves this book, movie and audio book. He can't get enough. I, at first, did not want to buy a short book with my credit but my son was like, "The Lorax! the Lorax!" so I caved in. Now I am quite happy we got it. And we certainly got our money's worth because we listen to it every night!
Ted Danson is great on his own, but unfortunately I found the music distracting.
Only if the audible is also interactive, this is important for the target age group.
Wish picture pages would display as this is a children's book.
Picture pages to follow along with the audio
Yes. It is a short story that is fun and shares a good message.
The music in the background was a little distracting at times. I wish it would have been a little quieter. Overall I really liked the narrator.
The best thing about the book was how you could see in your mind what he was trying to tell you about.
Dr. Seuss is great for children
We went to see the movie, my 5 yr old grandaughter says the book was so different than the movie. The book was much shorter then the movie was the movie put extra thing in it, and she was pretty disappointed with the book.
I want to hear the story not cheesy music in the background. Even if the music was good, that's not what I'm interested in listening to.
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.
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