On Beyond Zebra!

On Beyond Zebra!

eBook - 1983
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If you think the alphabet stops with Z, you are wrong. So wrong. Leave it to Conrad Cornelius o'Donald o'Dell (with a little help from Dr. Seuss) to create an entirely new alphabet beginning with Z! This rhyming picture book introduces twenty new letters and the creatures that one can spell with them. Discover (and spell) such wonderfully Seussian creations as the Yuzz-a-ma-Tuzz and the High Gargel-orum. Readers young and old will be giggling from beginning to end . . . or should we say, from Yuzz to Hi!
Publisher: New York :, Random House Books for Young Readers,, 1983.
ISBN: 9780385379427
0385379420
Characteristics: 1 online resource : illustrations
Summary: If you think the alphabet stops with Z, you are wrong. So wrong. Leave it to Conrad Cornelius o'Donald o'Dell (with a little help from Dr. Seuss) to create an entirely new alphabet beginning with Z! This rhyming picture book introduces twenty new letters and the creatures that one can spell with them. Discover (and spell) such wonderfully Seussian creations as the Yuzz-a-ma-Tuzz and the High Gargel-orum. Readers young and old will be giggling from beginning to end . . . or should we say, from Yuzz to Hi!

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Tiffanytrotman
Apr 12, 2015

good book

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mmcbeth29
Jan 12, 2015

On the first page of this story, a boy has just recited his ABCs when another boy comes along and says, why stop there? He then proceeds to tell Conrad O'Dell all about of his made up letters that he uses to go beyond Z. He also has a made up thing that goes with each letter. Conrad O'Dell decides that he has indeed been missing out by stopping only at Z and begins to make up his own alphabet.

The illustrations are mostly red, black, white and blue, but are of the high quality expected from Dr. Seuss. The stories for each letter are quite complicated and produce some serious tongue twisters. At one point he uses the word fun-th (fun with a lisp) to rhyme with month.

This book is advertized for grades k-4. I cannot see early readers reading this complicated book nor having it read aloud to them. I think this imaginative book would be better used for the end of 1st grade through 4th grade after the ABCs have been strongly mastered. It is written on the third grade reading level.

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amy0606
Aug 26, 2012

Creative and fun- what words can you spell if you use extra letters after z?

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mmcbeth29
Jan 12, 2015

mmcbeth29 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 7 and 9

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blue_butterfly_2678 thinks this title is suitable for 6 years and over

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