Scrambled Eggs Super

Scrambled Eggs SuperAuthor: Dr. Seuss
Publisher: Random House Books for Young Readers
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Illus. in color. “Riotous humor in picture and verse as an enterprising Seuss creature hunts uncommon eggs for a super deluxe dish.”–Child Study Assn. Amazon.com Review
Starring the same perky boy who captured Thing One and Thing Two in The Cat in the Hat, this is a first-person tall tale about cooking. Peter T. Hooper is bored to bits by his mother’s habit of always making scrambled eggs out of hen’s eggs. “And so,” he informs his friend Liz, “I decided that, just for a change, I’d scramble a new kind of egg on the range.” We’re off on an epic journey to parts (and birds) unknown, all told in classic head-over-heels Seussian style: “Then I went for some Ziffs. They’re exactly like Zuffs. But the Ziffs live on cliffs and the Zuffs live on bluffs.” Finally, after capturing a small mountain of different types of egg–from Moth-Watching Sneths, Long-Legger Kwongs, and others–it’s back to the kitchen for a 99-pan scramble, with all sorts of bizarre ingredients added just for fun. To be precise, it’s time for “Scrambled eggs Super-Dee-Dooper-Dee-Booper, Special deluxe a-la-Peter T. Hooper.” Somehow, you get the impression that Liz doesn’t believe a word of it. (Ages 4 to 8) –Richard Farr

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