Wet eggs, dry eggs, your eggs, my eggs
One egg, two eggs. Eggs in a nest, eggs in a bowl. If this sounds vaguely familiar, then you were lucky enough to grow up with Dr. Seuss. For children in Laos, books like this will offer a chance to learn to read through techniques that Dr. Seuss pioneered: bright pictures, often with opposite meanings; rhymes; repetition; and humor.
by Uncle Sasha, illustrated by Tiane Vilayphonechitch and Ounla Santi
This book was made possible with support from the Laos Literacy Project in the USA. Thank you!
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