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Academy Award Winner Dustin Hoffman S Masterful Narration Brings To Life The Heartwarming Tale Of Horton The Elephant Original Music And Sound Effects Complement The Retelling An Exclusive Paperback Edition Of The Book Is Packaged With The Audio Cassette Cassette Running Time ApproxMin


10 thoughts on “Horton Hears a Who!

  1. Alejandro Alejandro says:

    One of the best Dr Seuss stories ever PRICELESS TALE I ll just have to save him Because, after all, A person s a person, no matter how small, Without a doubt, one of the crowned jewels of Dr Seuss work, presenting one of his strongest messages to the human civilization.Horton, the elephant, appears again he was introduced to the world in Horton Hatches the Egg , which is one of the most famous characters of Dr Seuss.Horton hears a Who as quite adequately indicates the tale s title One of the best Dr Seuss stories ever PRICELESS TALE I ll just have to save him Because, after all, A person s a person, no matter how small, Without a doubt, one of the crow...


  2. Lisa Vegan Lisa Vegan says:

    Told in the usual charming repetitive rhyme of Dr Seuss so often appreciated by young children Great message about how everyone is important and everyone can make a difference Horton is a particularly endearing character, showing kindness and persistence, and risking ridicule and being ostracized and even being the recipient of abuse in order to help others and stand up for what he believes in And the Whos do their part as well One of those children s books that can becomemeaningful w Told in the usual charming repetitive rhyme of Dr Seuss so often appreciated by young children Great message about how everyone is important and everyone can make a differen...


  3. James James says:

    As with all the classic Dr.Seuss books, Horton has that unique combination of Attractive illustrations and exciting verse both very dynamic, always moving always going somewhere new both very strange, silly and bizarre all in an extremely accessible, engaging and compelling and let s not forget educational way which creates Dr Seuss s fantastically immersive world.Apparently Horton provides us with some social commentary from Dr Seuss on the subject matter of isolationism and inter As with all the classic Dr.Seuss books, Horton has that unique combination of Attractive illustrations and exciting verse both very dynamic, always moving always going somewhere new both very strange, silly and bizarre all in an extremely accessible, engaging and compelling and let s not forget educational way which creates Dr Seuss s fantastically immersive world.Apparently Horton provides us with some social commentary from Dr Seuss on the subject matter o...


  4. booklady booklady says:

    UPDATE I just ran across a Guzer video story of a real man who can neither read nor write but who creates ultra miniature sculptures which are smaller than the eye of a needle He began to do this because when he was young, his teachers made him feel small The significance not to mention the charm of Horton Hears a Wholies in the universality of smallness Everyone knows what it is like to have been or felt small at some time in his or her life For children it is where they stil...


  5. Annie♡ Annie♡ says:

    Me sorprendi bastante la cantidad de ense anzas que tiene este librito infantilUna persona es una persona por muy peque a que sea


  6. Danielle Danielle says:

    Oh, this book was incredible.I was first introduced to the story of Horton Hears a Who last year in an apologetics class Since then I haven t been able to get enough of it When I found out they were making a movie from the book I was completely thrilled It didn t even matter if they messed it up, even though I knew they wouldn t, so long as they were making a movie of it The story follows a happy go lucky elephant named Horton Horton lives a fairly normal life until the day when he hears a Oh, this book was incredible.I was first introduced to the story of Horton Hears a Who last year in an apologetics class Since then I haven t been able to get enough of it When I found out they were making a movie from the book I was completely thrilled It didn t even matter if they messed it up, even though...


  7. Paul Paul says:

    SPOILERS I think what Seuss misses here is that the intended moral, about sticking up for people who can t defend themselves, is rendered moot about halfway through in the clover patch 100 miles wide episode At this point, if he could have set aside the cause he had invested himself in for a moment, Horton would have appreciated that the Whos were in the best possible situation now for them, completely hidden and safe But his paternalistic impulse to save the weak pushes him on to SPOILERS I think what Seuss misses here is that the intended moral, about sticking up for people who can t defend themselves, is rendered moot about halfway through in the clover patch 100 miles wide episode At this point, if he could have set aside the cause h...


  8. Skylar Burris Skylar Burris says:

    Many of Dr Seuss s books are highly moralistic Such moralism can be either good or bad, depending on how it s communicated and what you are aiming to teach your children In the case of Horton Hears a Who , I think the moral is subtly and beautifully communicated The book covertly teaches children to bravely stand up for the little guy in the face of bullies, even if that courage means mocker...


  9. midnightfaerie midnightfaerie says:

    Another wonderful Dr Seuss book that will be passed through your family for generations to come My twin 3 yr olds recognized this book immediately when I brought it home, having saw the movie version not too long ago It didn t matter, they were still fascinated with it From every pictu...


  10. Neda Neda says:

    I ll just have to save him Because, after all,A person s a person, no matter how small Loved it