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Up, Tall and High Hardcover – February 16, 2012
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In three little chapters we meet a variety of cheerful birds, more than happy to explain to readers the vagarities between terms like "Up" and "Tall" and "High". In the first story two birds inform the reader that they are tall. When a third stilt-wearing bird is called out for not really being tall (despite its claims), he makes the pertinent point that though he may not be tall his plumage when fluffed is NOT small. In story #2 a morose penguin laments that he cannot go high. That is, until a little bird provides the perfect solution. Finally, in the third story two birds go up . . . and then come down unexpectedly.Read more ›
This is a terrific early reader that kids LOVE and, in fact, just won the Theodor Seuss Geisel award (you know, Dr. Seuss!) and yeah, the committee that makes those selections has seen Mo Willems work too, b/c he has won in the past, so I guess this apparent "similarity" didn't bother them a whole lot.
Using bright, bold colors, strong lines, and sparse text, Ethan Long successfully illustrates these words in a humorous way. Adding to the fun, each of the three stories has a gatefold that opens up or down and that further throws light on the concept. In the second story, for instance, a landlocked penguin bemoans the fact he can't fly. An enterprising bluebird hands him some balloons and off he goes. Lift the flap and our penguin friend is now floating into the sky as he exclaims, "Yes, now I can go very high!"
Beginning readers just starting out on the road to fluency are sure to rejoice in a book that has so much to offer--simple text, boisterous art, interactive flaps, and giggles galore.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Cute book...as a preschool director, when I read this for the first time...I had to get this immediately for our library.Published 7 months ago by Cheryl Cudiamat-OHR12476
I bought this book for my 13 month old who enjoys looking at books and story time. The copy we received is already uneven at the binding. Read morePublished on January 18, 2014 by ConnecticutMom
This book is beloved by both my 5 year old and my 2.5 year old. Simple and classic illustrations are easy for both to see when we read it together, and there is enough "going... Read morePublished on December 2, 2013 by Brooke Smith
The kids in my daughter's classroom really have enjoyed this book. They like that there is some action and it is 3 short simple stories in one book.Published on October 20, 2013 by Setternut
I bought this book to add to my juvenile library so my grandson has a variety of books to look at and for me to read to him. Read morePublished on September 9, 2013 by N. Nick
I was hoping this book would be as memorable as the Berensteins' "Inside, Outside, Upsied down", but it didn't quite make the grade. Read morePublished on September 6, 2013 by Anne V WIlliams
Very cute book with fun illustrations! The interactive pages flip up and keep the reader guessing! Great for most ages because of the morale.Published on August 28, 2013 by Courtney Taylor
I sent this book to my 3 year old niece and she loved it. She thought it was really funny. Good gift.Published on July 8, 2013 by J. Carlson