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August 25th, 2007

08:32 pm - The Cat in the Hat comes back
This was no time for play.
This was no time for fun.
This was no time for games.
There was work to be done.
All that deep, deep, deep snow, all that snow had to go.
When our mother went down to the town for the day, she said, "Somebody has to clean all this away.
Somebody, somebody has to, you see."
Then she picked out two Somebodies.
Sally and me.

There we were.
We were working like that and the who should come up but the Cat in the Hat!
"Oh-oh!" Sally said.
"Don't you talk to that cat.
That cat is a bad one, that Cat in the Hat.
He plays lots of bad tricks.
Don't you let him come near.
You know what m he did the last time he was here."
"Play tricks?" laughed the cat.
"Oh, my, my! No, no, no!
I just want to go in to get out of the snow.
Keep your mind on your work.
You just stay there, you two.
I will go in the house and find something to do."
Then that cat went right in!
He was up to no good!
So I ran in after as fast as I could!

Do you know where I found him?
You know where he was?
He was eating a cake in the tub!
Yes he was!
The hot water was on and the cold water, too.
And I said to the cat, "What a bad thing to do!"
"But I like to eat cake in the tub," laughed the cat.
"You should try it some time," laughed the cat as he sat.

And then I got mad.
This was no time for fun.
I said, "Cat!
You get out!
There is work to be done.
I have no time for tricks.
I must go back and dig.
I can't have you you in here eating cake like a pig!
You get out of this house!
We don't want you about!"
Then I shut off the water and let it run out.

The water ran out.
And then I saw the ring!
A ring in the tub!
And, oh boy!
What a thing!
A big long pink cat ring!
It looked like pink ink!
And I said, "Will this ever come off?
I don't think!"

"Have no fear of that ring," laughed the Cat in the Hat.
"why, I can take cat rings off tubs.
Just like that!"
Do you know how he did it?
With mother's White Dress!
Now the tub was all clean, but her dress was a mess!

Then Sally looked in.
Sally saw the dress, too!
And Sally and I did not know what to do.
We shound work in the snow.
But that dress!
What a spot!

"It may never come off!"
Sally said.
"It may not!"

But the cat laughed, "Ho! Ho!
I can make the spot go.
The way I take spots off a dress is jus so!"
"See here!" laughed the cat.
"It is not hard at all.
The thing that takes spots off a dress is a wall!"
Then we saw the cat wipe the spot off the dress.
Now the dress was all clean.
But the wall!
What a mess!
"Oh, wall spots!" he laughed.
"Let me tell some news.
To take spots off a wall, all I need is two shoes!"
Whose shoes did he use?
I looked and saw whose!
And I said to the cat,
"This is very bad news.
Now the spot is all over dad's $10 shoes!"

"But your dad will not know about that," said the cat.
"He will never find out," laughed the Cat in the Hat.
"His $10 shoes will have no spots at all.
I will rub them right off on this rug in the hall."
"But now we have rug spots!"
I yelled.
"What a day!
Rug sports!
What next?
Can you take them away?"

"Don't ask me," he laughed.
"Why, you know that I can!"
Then he picked up the rug and away the cat ran.
"I can clean up these rug spots before you count three!
No spots are too hard for a hat cat like me!"

He ran into Dad's bedroom and then cat said,
"It is good that your dad has the right kind of bed."
Then he shook the rug!
Now the bed had the spots!
And all I could say was, "Now what, Cat?
Now what?"

But the cat just stood still.
He just looked at the bed.
"This is not the right kind of a bed," the cat said
"To take spots off this bed will be hard," said the cat.
"I can't do it alone," said the Cat in the Hat.

"It is good I have some one to help me," he said.
"Right here in my hat on the top of my heard!
It is good that I have him here with me today.
He helps me a lot.
This is Little Cat A."
And then Little Cat A took the hat off his head.
"It is good I have some one to help me," he said.
"This is Little Cat B.
And I keep him about, and when I need help then I let him come out."
And then B said, "I think we need Little Cat C.
That spot is too much for the A cat and me.
But now, have no fear!
We will clean it away!
The three of us!
Little Cats B, C and A!"

"Come on!
Take it away!"
Yelled Little Cat A.
"I will hit that old spot with this broom!
Do you see?
It comes off the old bed!
It goes on the T.V."
And then Little Cat B cleaned up the T.V.
He cleaned it with milk, put the spot in a pan!
And then C blew it out of the house with a fan!

"But look where it went!"
I said.
"Look where it Blew!
You blew the mess out of the house.
That is true.
But now you made Snow Spots!
You can't let them stay!"
"Let us think about that now," said C, B and A.

"With some help, we can do it!"
Said Little Cat C.
Then Pop!
On his head we saw Little Cat D!
Then, Pop! Pop! Pop!
Little Cats E, F and G!
"We will clean up that snow if it takes us all day!
If it takes us all night, we will clean it away!"
Said Little Cats G, F, E, D, C, B, A.

They ran out of the house then and we ran out, too.
And the Big Cat laughed,"Now you will see something new!
My cats are all clever.
My cats are good shots.
My cats have good guns.
They will kill all those spots!"
But this did not look very clever to me.
Killsnow spots with pop guns?
That just could not be!
"All this does is make more spots!"
We yelled at the cat.
"Your cats are no good.
Put them back in your hat."
"Take your Little Cats G, F, E, D, C, B, A.
Put them back in your hat and you take them away!"
"Oh, no!" said the cat.
"All they need is more help.
Help is allthat they need.
So keep still and don't yelp."

Then Little Cat G took the hat off his head.
"I have Little Cat H here to help us," he said
"Little Cats H, I, J, K, L and M.
But our work is so hard we must have more than them.
We need Little Cat N.
We need O.
We need P.
We need Little Cats Q, R, S, T, U and V."

"Come on!
Kill those spots!
Kill the mess!" yelled the cats.
And they jumped at the snow with long rakes and red bats.
They put it in pails and they made high pink hills!
Pink snow man!
Pink snow balls!
And little pink pills!

Oh, the things that they did!
And they did them so hard, it was all one big bspot now all over the yard!
But the Big Cat stood there And he said, "This is good.
This is what they should do and I knew that they would.
With a little more help, all the work will be done.
They need one more cat.
And I know just the one.
Look close!
In my hand I have Little Cat V.
On his head are Cats W, X, Y and Z.
Z is too small to see.
But Z is the cat whoe will clean up that spots!
Now here is the Z
You can't see," said the Cat.
"And I bet you can't guess What he has in his hat!
He has something called VOOM.
Voom is so hard to get, you never saw anything like it, I bet.
Why, Voom cleans up anything clean as can be!"
Then he yelled, "Take your hat off now, Little Cat Z!
Take the Voom off your head!
Make it clean up the snow!
You Little Cat!

Then the Voom...
It went VOOM!
And, oh boy!
What a VOOM!

Now, don't ask me what Voom is.
I never will know.
But, boy!
Let me tell you it does clean up snow!

"Ha-Ha, So you see!" laughed the Cat, "Now your snow is all white!
Now your work is all done!
Now your house is all right!
And you know where my little cats are?"
Said the cat.
"That Voom blew my little cats back in my hat.
And so, if you ever have spots, now and then, I will be very happy to come here again...
...with Little Cats A, B, C, D..
E, F, G...
H, I, J, K...
L, M, N...
and O, P.
and Q, R, S, T...
and Cat U and Cat V...
and Little Cats W, X, Y and Z!"
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08:24 pm - Marvin .K. Mooney will you please go now!
The time has come.
The time has come.
The time is now.
Just go.
I don't care how.

You can go by foot.
You can go by cow.
Marvin K. Mooney, will you please go now!

You can go on skates.
You can go on skis.
You can go in a hat.
But please go.

I don't care.
You can go by bike.
You can go on a Zike-Bike if you like.
If you like you can go in an old blue shoe.
Just go, go, GO!
Please do, do, DO!

Marvin K. Mooney, I don't care how.
Marvin K. Mooney, will you please GO NOW!

You can go on stilts.
You can go by fish.
You can go in a Crunk-Car if you wish.
If you wish you may go by lion's tail.
Or stamp yourself and go by mail.
Marvin K. Mooney!
Don't you know the time has come to go, Go, GO!

Get on yout way!
Please, Marvin K.!
You might like going in a Zumble-Zay.

You can go by balloon...
...or broomstick.
OR Yous can go by camel in a bureau drawer.
You can go by Bumble-Boat...
...or jet.
I don't care how you go.
Just GET!
Get yourself a Ga-Zoom.
You can go with a.................
Marvin, Marvin, Marvin!
Will you leave this room!

Marvin K. Mooney!
I don't care HOW.
Marvin k. Mooney!
Will you please GO NOW!

I said GO and GO I ment....
The time had come.
Marvin WENT.
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08:18 pm - Fox in Socks
Knox in box.
Fox in socks.
Knox on fox in socks in box.
Socks on Knox and Knox in box.
Fox in socks on box on Knox.

Chicks with bricks come.
Chicks with blocks come.
Chicks with bricks and blocks and clocks come.
Look, sir.
Look, sir.
Mr. Knox, sir.
Let's do tricks with bricks and blocks, sir.
Let's do tricks with chicks and clocks, sir.
First, I'll make a quick trick bridk stack.
Then I'll make a quick trick block stack.
You can make a quick trick chick stack.
You can make a quick trick clock stack.
And here's a new trick, Mr. Knox....
Socks on chicks and chicks on fox.
Fox on clocks on bricks and blocks.
Bricks and blocks on Knox on box.
Now we come to ticks and tocks, sir.
Try to say this Mr. Knox, sir....
Clocks on fox tick.
Clocks on Knox tock.
Six sick bricks tick.
Six sick chicks tock.
Please, sir.
I don't like trick, sir.
My tongue isn't quick or slick, sir.
I get all those ticks and clocks, sir, mixed up with the chicks and tocks, sir.
I can't do it, Mr. Fox, sir.
I'm so sorry, Mr. Knox, sir.

Here's an easy game to play.
Here's an easy thing to say....
New socks.
Two socks.
Whose socks?
Sue's socks.
Who sews whose socks?
Sue sews Sue's socks.
Who sees who sew whose new socks, sir?
You see Sue sew Sue's new socks, sir.
That's not easy, Mr. Fox, sir.
Who comes?...
Crow comes Slow Joe Crow comes.
Who sews crow's clothes?
Sue sews crow's clothes.
Slow Joe Crow sews whose clothes?
Sue's clothes.
Sue sews socks of fox in socks now.
Slow Joe Crow sews Knox in box now.
Sue sews rose on Slow Joe Crow's clothes.
Fox sews hose on Slow Joe Crow's nose.
Hose goes.
Rose grows.
Nose hose goes some.
Crow's rose grows some.
Mr. Fox!
I hate this game, sir.
This game makes my tongue quite lame, sir.
Mr. Knox, sir, what a shame, sir.

We'll find something new to do now.
Here is lots of new blue goo now.
New goo.
Blue goo.
Blue goo.
New goo.
Gooey goo for chewy chewing!
That's what that Goo-Goose is doing.
Do you choose to chew goo, too, sir?
If, sir, you, sir, choose to chew, sir, with the Goo-Goose, chew, sir.
Do, sir.
Mr. Fox, sir, I won't do it.
I can't say it.
I won't chew it.
Very well, sir.
Step this way.
We'll find another game to play.

Bim comes.
Ben comes.
Bim brings Ben broom.
Ben brings Bim broom.
Ben bends Bim's broom.
Bim bends Ben's broom.
Bim's bends.
Ben's bends.
Ben's bent broom breaks.
Bim's bent broom breaks.
Ben's band.
Bim's band.
Big bands.
Pig bands.
Bim and Ben lead bands with brooms.
Ben's band bangs and Bim's band booms.
Pig band!
Boom band!
Big band!
Broom band!
My poor mouth can't say that.
No, sir.
My poor mouth is much too slow, sir.
Well then...
bring your mouth this way.
I'll find it something it can say.

Luke Luck likes lakes.
Luke's duck likes lakes.
Luke Luck licks lakes.
Luke's duck licks lakes.
Duck takes licks in lakes Luke Lack likes.
luke Luck takes licks in lakes duck likes.

I can't blab such blibber blubber!
My tongue isn't made of rubber.
Mr. Knox.
Now come now.
Come now.
You don't have to be so dumb now....

Try to say this, Mr. Knox, please....
Through three cheese trees three free fleas flew.
While these fleas flew, freezy breeze blew.
Freezy breeze made these three trees freeze.
Freezy trees made these trees' cheese freeze.
That's what made these three free fleas sneeze.

Stop it!
Stop it!
That's enough, sir.
I can't say such silly stuff, sir.
Very well, then, Mr. Knox, sir.
Let's have a little talk about tweeyle beetles....

What do you know about tweetle beetles?
When tweetle beetles fight, its called a tweetle beetle battle.
And when they battle in a puddle, it's a tweetle beetle puddle battle.
AND when tweetle beetles battle with paddles in a puddle they call it tweetle beetle puddle paddle battle.
When beetles battle beetles in a puddle paddle battle and the beetle battles puddle is a puddle in a bottle...
...they call this a tweetl beetle bottle puddle paddle battle muddle.
When beetles fight these battles in a bottle with their paddles and the bottle's on a poodle and the poodle's eating noodles...
...they call this a muddle puddle tweetle poodle beetle noodle bottle paddle battle.
Now wait a minute, Mr. Socks Fox!
When a fox is in the bottle where the tweetle beetles battle with their paddles in a puddle on a noodle-eating poodle, THIS is what they call...
...a tweetle beetle noodle poodle bottled paddled muddled duddled fuddled wuddled fox in socks, sir!

Fox in socks, our is game is done, sir.
Thank you for a lot of fun, sir.
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08:15 pm - Hop on Pop
Pup is up.
Pup in cup.
Cup on pup

Mouse on house
House on mouse

We all are tall.
We all are small.
We all play ball.
Up on a wall.
Fall off the wall.

We play all day.
We fight all night.

He is after me.
Jim is after him.

We see a bee.
Now we sse three.
Three fish in a tree.
Fish in a tree?
How can that be?

They call me Red.
I am in bed.
and ED in BED.

They call him Pat.
Pat sat on hat.
Pat sat on cat.
Pat sat on bat.
Don't sit on that.

Dad is sad.
Very, very sad.
He had a bad day.
What a day Dad had!

What is that thing?
That thing can sing!
A long, long song.
Godd-bye, Thing.
You sing too long.

We like to walk.
We like to talk.
We like to hop.
We like to hop on top of Pop.
You must not hop on Pop.

Mr. Brown upside down
Pup up.
Brown down.
Pup is down.
Where is Brown?
Mr. Brown is out of town.

Brown came back.
Brown came back with Mr. Black.
Eat a snack.
Eat a snack with Brown and Black.

He jumped.
He bumped.

He went past fast.

He went into the tent.
I sent him out of the tent.

Two dogs get wet.
They yelp for help.

Will went up hill.
Willis up hill still.

That one is my other brother.
My brother read a little bit.
Little words like...
"If and it."
My father can read big words, too.
"Constantinople and Timbuktu."

What does this say?
Ask me tomorrow but not today.
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07:58 pm - Oh, the Thinks you can Think!
You can think up some birds.
That's what you can do.
You can think about yellow or think about blue...
You can think about red.
You can think about pink.
You can think up a horse.
Oh, the Thinks you can think!

Oh, the Thinks you can think up if only you try!
If you try, you can think up a Guff going by.

And you don't have to stop.
You can think about Schlopp.
Beautiful Schlopp.
Beautiful Schlopp with a cherry on top.

You can think about gloves.
You can think about Snuvs.
You can think a long time about Snuvs and their gloves.

You can think about Kitty O'Sullivan Krauss in her big balloon swimmming pool over her house.

Think of black water.
Think up a white sky.
Think up a boat.
Think of Bloogs blowing by.

You can think about Night, a night in Na-Nupp.
The birds are asleep and the three moon are up.

You can think about Day, a day in Da-Dake.
The water is blue and the birds are awake.

Think and wonder.
Wonder and think.
How much water can fifty-five elephants drink?

You can wonder...
How long is the tail of a Zong?

There are so many Thinks that a Thinker can think!
Would you dare yanka tooth of the Rink-Rinker-Fink?

And what would you do if you met a Jibboo?

Oh, the Thinks you can think!
Think of Peter the Postman who crosses the ice once every day and on Saturdays, twice.

You can think and think that you wish...
Think a race on a horse on a ball with a fish!

Think of Light.
Think of Bright.
Think of Stairs in the Night.

Think a ship.
Think up a long trip.
Go visti the Vipper, the Vipper of Vipp.

And left!
Think of Left!
And think about Beft.
Why is it that Beft always go to the left?

And why is it so many things go to the right?
You can think about that until Saturday night.

Think left and think right and think low and think high.

Oh, the Think you can think up if only you try!
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07:58 pm - Oh, say can you Say?
Said a book-reading parrot named Hooey,
"The words in this book are all phooey.
When you say them, your lips will make slips and back flip and your tongue may end up in Saint Looey"

"Fresh Fresher Freshest"
Do you like fresh fish?
It's just fine at Finney's Diner.
Finney also has some fresher fish that's fresher and much finer.
But his best fish is his freshest fish and Finney says with pride, "The finest fish at Finney's is my fresest fish, French-fried!"
don't order the fresh or the fresher fish.
At Finney's, if you're wise,
you'll say,
"Fetch me the finest French-fried freshest fish that Finney fries!"

"Dinn's Shin"
We have a dinosaur named Dinn.
Dinn's thin.
Dinn doesn't have much skin.
And the bones fall out of his left front shin.
Then we have to call in Pinner Blinn, who comes with his handy shin-pin bin and with a thin Blinn shinbone pin,
Blinn pins Dinn's shinbones right back in.

"Bed Spreaders, Bread Spreaders"
Bed Spreaders spread spreads on beds.
Bread Spreaders spread butters on breads.
And that Bed Spreader better watch out how he's spreadeing...
or that Bread Spreader's sure going to butter his bedding.

"Ape Cakes Grape Cakes"
As he gobbled the cakes on his plate, the greedy ape said as he ate,
"The greener green grapes are, the keener keen apes are to gobble green cakes They're GREAT!"

Are you having trouble in saying this stuff?
It's really quite easy for me.
I just look in my mirror and see what I say, and then I just say, and then I just say what I see.

"Now let's talk about Money!"
You should leave your Grox home when you travel by air.
If you take him along, they charge double the fare.
And your Grox must be packed and locked up in a Grox Box, which coats much, much more than a little old fox box.
So it's heaps a lot cheaper to fly with your foxes than waste all that money on boxes for Groxes.

And, what do you think costa more?...
A Simple Thimble or a Single Shingle?
A simple thimble could cost less than a single shingle should cost more than simple thimble would.

"Eat at Skipper Zipp's"
If you like to eat potato chips and chew pork chop on clipper ships,
I suggest that you chew a few chips and a chop at Skipper Zipp's Clipper Ship Chip Chop Shop.
And if your tongue is gettin queasy, don't give up.
The next one's EASY!

"The Fuddnuddlers"
Ther are so many things that you really sould know.
And that's why I'm bothering telling you so.
You should know the first names of the Fuddnuddler Brothers who like to pile each on the heads of the of the others.
If you start at the top, there are Bipper and Bud and Skipper and Jipper and Jeffrey and Jud, Horatio, Horace and Hendrix and Hud, and then come Dinwoodie and Dinty and Dud, also Fitzsimmon and Frederick and Fud, and Slinkey and Stinkey and Stuart and Stud.
And, down at the bottom is poor little Lud.
But if Lud ever sneezes,
his name will be MUD.

"Quack Quack!"
We have two ducks.
One blue.
One black.
And when our blue duck goes "Quack-quack."
our black duck quickly quack-quack back.
The quacks Blue quacks make her quite a quacker but Black is a quicker quacker-backer.

AND... speaking of quacks reminds me of cracks and stacks and sacks and shacks and Schnacks.
SO...oh say can you say,
"I have cracks in my shack,
I have smoke in my stack,
and I think there's a Schnack in the sack on my back!"

"Westy Beast East Beast"
Upon and Islandhard to reach, the East zbeast sits upon his beach.
Upon the west beach sits the West Beast.
Each beach beast thinks he's the best beast.
Which beast is best?...Well, I thought at first that the East was best and the West was worst.
Then I looked again from the west to the East and I liked the beast on the east beach least.

"Pete Pats Pigs"
Pete Briggs pat pigs.
Briggs pats pink pigs.
Briggs pats big pigs.
Don't ask me why, It doesn't matter.
Pete Briggs is a pink pig, big big patter.
Pete Briggs pat his big pink pigs all day.
Don't ask me why, I cannot say.
Then Pete puts his patted pigs away in his Pete Briggs' Pink Pigs Big Pigs Pigpen.

"Fritz Food, Fred Food"
Fritz needs Fred and Fred needs Fritz.
Fritz feeds Fred and Fred feeds Fritz.
Fred feeds Fritz with ritzy Fred food.
Fritz feeds Fred with ritzy Fritz food.
And Fritz, when fed, has often said,
"I'm a Fred-fed Fritz.
Fred's a Fritz-fed Fred."

"How to tell Klotz from a Glotz"
Well, the Glotz, you will notice, has lot of black spots.
The Klotz is quite different withlots of black dots.
But the big problem is the the spots on a Glotz are about the same size as the dots on a Klotz.
So you first have to spot who the one with the dots is.
Then it's easy to tell who the Klotz or the Glotz is.

"What would you rather be when you Grow Up?"
A cop in a cop's cap?
Or a cupcake cook in a cupcake cook's cap?
Or a fat flapjack flapper in a flat flapped-jack cap?
if you think you don't like cop's caps, flapjack flapper's or cupcake cook's caps, maybe you're one of those choosey chaps who likes kooky captain's perhaps.

"More about Blinn"
Well, when Blinn comes home tired fromhis work pinning shins, the happiest hour of old Blinn's day begins.
Mr. Blinn is the father of musical twins who, tucking twin instruments under twin chins, lull their daddy to sleep with twin Blinn violins.

And...oh say can you say,
"Far away in Berlin a musical urchin named Gretchen von Schwinn has a blue-footed, true-footed, trick-fingered, slick-fingered, six-fingered, six-stringed tin Schwinn mandolin."

"Rope Soap Hoop Soap"
If you hope to wash soup off a rope, simply scrub it with SKROPE!
Skrope is so strong that no rope is too long!
But if you should wish to wash soup off a hoop, I suggest that it's best yo let your whole silly souped-up hoop soak in Soapy Cooper's Super Soap-Off-Hoops Soak Suds.

"Merry Christmas Mush"
One year we has a Christmas brunch with Merry Christmas Mush to munch.
But I don't think you'd care for such.
We didn't like to munch mush much.

"And, speaking of Christmas..."
Here are some Great Gifts to give to your daddy!
If your daddy's name is Jim and if Jim swims and if Jim's slim, the perfect Christmas gift Jim Swim Fins.

But if your daddy's name is Dwight and he likes to look at birds at night, the gift for Dwight Bird-Flight Night-Sight Light.

"But Never give your Daddy a Walrus"
A walrus with whiskers is not a good pet.
And a walrus which whispers is worse even yet.
When a walrus lispsp whispers through tough rough wet whiskers, your
poor daddy's ear will get blispers and bliskers.

And that's almost enough of such stuff for one day.
One more and you're finished.
Oh say can you say?
"The strom starts when the drop start dropping.
When the drops stop dropping then the stom starts stopping."
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06:53 pm - Dr. Seuss's ABC
Big A
Little a
What begins with A?
Aunt Annie's alligator........A..a..A

Big B
Little b
What begins with B?
and a bumblebee.

Big C
Little c
What begins with C?
Camel on the ceiling

Big D
Little d
What begins with D?
David Donald Doo dreamed a dozen doughnuts and a duck-dog too.

ABCD E..e..e

Big F
Little f
Four fluffy feathers on a Fiffer-feffer-feff.

googoo goggles

Big H
Little h
What begins with H?
Hugry horse.
Hen in the hat.

Big I
Little i
Icabod is itchy.
So am I.

Big J
Little j
What begins with J?
Jerry Jordan's jelly jar and jam begin that way.

Big K
Little k
Kick a kettle.
Kite and a king's kerchoo.

Big L
Little l
Little Lola Lopp.
Left leg.
Lazy lion licks a lollipop.

Big M
Little m
Many mumbling mice are making midnight music in the moonlight...
Mighty nice.

Big N
Little n
What begins with those?
Nine new neckties and a nightshirt and a nose.

O is very useful
You use it when you say:
"Oscar's only ostrich oiled an orange owl today."

Painting pink pajamas.
Policeman in a pail.
Peter Pepper's puppy.
And now Papa's in the pail

Big Q
Little q
What begins with Q?
The quick Queen of Quincy and her quacking quacker-oo.
Quack! Quack!

Big R
Little r
Rosy Robin Ross.
Rosy's going riding on her red rhinoceros.

Big S
Little s
Silly Sammy Slick
sipped six sodas and got sick sick sick.

What begins with T?
Ten tired turtles on a tuttle-tuttle tree.

Big U
Little u
What begins with U?
Uncle Ubb's umbrella and his underwear, too.

Big V
little v
Vera Violet Vinn is very very very awful on her violin.

Willy Water loo washes Warren Wiggins who is washing Waldo Woo.

X is very useful if your name is Nixie Knox.
It also comes in handy
spelling ax
and extra fox.

Big Y
Little y
A yawming yellow yak.
Young Yolanda Yorgenson is yelling on his back.

A B C D E F G...
H I J K L M N O P...
Q R S T U V...
Big Z
Little z
What begins with Z?
I do.
I am a Zizzer-Zazzer-Zuzz as you can plainly see.

W X Y & Z
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05:57 pm - I can Read with my Eyes Shut!
I can read in red.
I can read in blue.
I can read in pickle color too.
I can read in bed.
And in purple.
And in brown.

I can read in a circle and upside down!

"Fish" I can read with my left eye.
"Another Fish" I can read with my right.

I can read Mississippi with my eyes shut tight!
and Hallelujah, too!"
I can read them with my eyes shut!
That is very hard to do!

But it's bad for my hat and makes my eyebrows get red hot.
Reading with my eyes shut I don't do an awful lot.

And when I keep then open I can read with much more speed.
You have to be a speedy reader 'cause there's so, so much to read!

You can read about trees...
and bees...
and knees.
And knees on trees!
And bees on threes!

You can read about anchors.
and all about ants.
You can read about ankles!
And crocodile pants!
You can read about hoses...
and how to smell roses...
And what you should do about owls on noses!

Young cat!
It you keep your eyes open enough,
Oh, the stuff you will learn!
The most wonderful stuff!

You'll learn about...
and wishbones.

You'll learn about trombones, too.

You'll learn about Jake the Pillow Snake
and all about Foo-Foo the Snoo.

You can learn about ice.
You can learn about mice.
Mice on ice.
And ice on mice.
You can learn about the price of ice.
Nice ice for sale Ten cents a pail.

You can learn about sad...
and glad...
and mad!

There are so many things you can learn about.
You'll miss the best things if you keep your eyes shut.

The more that you read, the more things you will know.
The more that you learn, the more places you'll go.

You might learn a way to earn a few dollars.
Or how to make doughnuts...
or kangaroo collars.

You can learn to read music and play the Hut-Zut if you keep your eyes open.
But not with them shut.

If you read with your eyes shut you're likely to find that the place where you're going is far, far behind.

that's why I tell you to keep your eyes wide.
Keep them wide open...
at least on one side.
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05:33 pm - The Foot book
Left foot.
Left foot.
Right foot.

Feet in the morning.
Feet at Night

Left foot.
Left foot.
Left foot.

Wet foot.
Dry foot.
Low foot.
High foot.

Front feet.
Back feet.
Red feet.
Black feet.

Left foot.
Right foot.
How many, many feet you meet.

Slow feet.
Quick feet.
Trick feet.
Sick feet.

Up feet.
Down feet.
Here come clown feet.
Small feet.
Big feet.
Here come pig feet.

His feet.
Her feet.
Fuzzy fur feet.

In the house, and on the street,
how many, many feet you meet.

Up in the air feet.
Over a chair feet.
More and more feet.
Twenty-four feet.

Here come more and more...........
.......and more feet!

Left foot.
Right foot.
Oh, How many feet you meet!
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04:43 pm - Mr. Brown can Moo! can you?
Oh, the wonderful things Mr. Brown can do!
He can go like a cow.
He can go Moo Moo.
Mr. Brown can do it.
How about you?

He can go like a bee.
Mr. Brown can Buzz.
How about you?
Can you go Buzz Buzz.

He can go like a cork...
Pop Pop Pop.

He can go like house feet.
Klopp Klopp Klopp.

He can go Eek Eek like a squeaky shoe.

He can go like a rooter...

He can go like an owl...
Hoo Hoo.

Eek Eek
Eek Eek
Hoo Hoo Hoo Hoo
How about you?

He can go like the rain...
Dibble Dibble Dibble Dopp.
Dibble Dibble Dibble Dibble.
Dopp Dopp Dopp.

He can go like a train.
Choo Choo Choo Choo.

Oh, the wonderful things Mr. Brown can do!
Moo Moo
Buzz Buzz
Pop Pop Pop
Eek Eek
Hoo Hoo
Klopp Klopp Klopp
Dibble Dibble
Dopp Dopp
Mr. Brown can do it.
How about you?

Mr. Brown can Whisper Whisper.
...very soft very high...
...like the soft, soft whisper of a butterfly.
Maybe you can, too.
I think you ought to try.

He can go like a horn...
Blurp Blurp.
...like a big cat drinking.
Slurp Slurp.
He can go like a clock.
He can Tick.
He can Tock.
He can go like a hand on a door...
Knock Knock.
Tick Tock.
Tick Tock.
Knock Knock Knock.

Oh, the wonderful things Mr. Brown can do!
Blurp Blurp
Slurp Slurp
Knock Knock Knock
and Hoo Hoo Hoo

He and even Sizzle Sizzle.
He can do that, too, like an egg in a frying pan.
How about you?

Mr. Brown is smart, as smart as they come!
He can do a hippopotamus chewing gum!
Grum Grum.
Grum Grum.
Grum Grum Grum.

Mr. Brown is so smart he can even do this Pip!
He can even make a noise like a goldfish kiss!

Boom Boom Boom.
Mr. Brown is a wonder!
Boom Boom Boom!
Mr. Brown makes thunder!
He makes Lighnting!
Splatt Splatt Splatt!
And it's very, very hard to make a noise like that.

Oh, the wonderful things Mr. Brown can do!
Moo Moo
Buzz Buzz
Pop Pop Pop
Eek Eek
Hoo Hoo
Klopp Klopp Klopp
Dibble Dibble
Dopp Dopp
Grum Grum
Grum Grum
Choo Choo Choo
Boom Boom
Splatt Splatt
Tick Tick Tock
Sizzle Sizzle
Blurp Blurp
Knock Knock Knock
A Slurp and a Whisper and a Fish Kiss, too.
Mr. Brown can do it.
How about you?
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