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Gertrude McFuzz and The Big Brag

R pleased with himself and his talent for hearing A neighboring bear overhears the rabbit's boasting and takes offense The challenge is on and the bickerin Gertrude Mcfuzz wanted than one tail She went to her Uncle who was doctor to ask for something that could help her tail problem She became sore and tired from having so many tales She knew she was only meant for one tail

summary Gertrude McFuzz and The Big Brag

Gertrude McFuzz wishes she had two feathers She gets her wish but learns that vanity has a priceIt starts out harmlessly enough with a rabbit feeling rathe When I started to read this book when I was about four years old I think I felt proud when I read this book When I was reading this book I felt proud of myself because this was the first book that I read outside of Hooked on Phonics I remember me reading this book with my parents around me and correcting me and I was smiling when I got a tricky word right After I finished this book I remember me telling my sister of what I just did and feeling very proud of myself Today when I think of this book I think of the progression I have had as a reader

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G begins as the bear proclaims that his ability to smell is uite superior to the rabbit's hearing It's up to a wise earthworm to point out the winner neith This book is about a bird named Gertrude who is jealous of another bird so she eats from a bush to make her tail grow but it grows so big she cannot walk and she is stuck So they have to get lots of birds to help her out and then they have to cut her tail She learns to not be jealous of other because in the end she is smarter now and happy with her tail no matter how big or small it is I like the illustrations in the book because the only color other than black or white is tail color


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8 thoughts on “Gertrude McFuzz and The Big Brag

  1. says:

    When I started to read this book when I was about four years old I think I felt proud when I read this book When I was reading this book I felt proud of myself because this was the first book that I read outside of Hooked on Phonics I remember me reading this book with my parents around me and correcting me and I was smiling when I got a tricky word right After I finished this book I remember me telling my sister of what I just did and feeling very proud of myself Today when I think of this book I think of the progression I have had as a reader


  2. says:

    And I kept right on looking and looking untilI’d looked ’round the world and right back to this hillAnd I saw on this hill since my eyesight’s so keenThe two biggest fools that have ever been seenAnd the fools that I saw were none other than youWho seem to have nothing else better to doThan sit here and argue who’s better than who”


  3. says:

    Gertrude Mcfuzz wanted than one tail She went to her Uncle who was doctor to ask for something that could help her tail problem She became sore and tired from having so many tales She knew she was only meant for one tail


  4. says:

    Reread via audiobook and love this still


  5. says:

    Gertrude McFuzz is a cute story about being happy with the way one is born telling about Gertrude a bird with a stubby tail feather who wishes that she had two long and pretty feathers like her rival Lolla Lee Lou which my three year old could not pronounce no matter how he tried Gertrude finds a magic pill berry bush that makes her tail feathers grow but she overdoes it unlike Socrates she doesn't seem much to favor moderation and grows so many long and beautiful feathers that they weigh her body down Her uncle a doctor comes to her rescue and later painfully extracts all of her additional feathers In the end Gertrude is uite content with her stumpy little tail feather The Big Brag is a tale about a rabbit and bear who argue over which is the better animal until their folly is pointed out to them by a worm Both charming children's stories with moral lessons Gertrude McFuzz is better in my opinion than the latter but not Seuss' best


  6. says:

    This book is about a bird named Gertrude who is jealous of another bird so she eats from a bush to make her tail grow but it grows so big she cannot walk and she is stuck So they have to get lots of birds to help her out and then they have to cut her tail She learns to not be jealous of other because in the end she is smarter now and happy with her tail no matter how big or small it is I like the illustrations in the book because the only color other than black or white is tail color


  7. says:

    My friend Kevin is reading a list of best children's books I am following suite in order to discuss the books with him By default I give the books four stars because they're good at what they're intended to do which is to keep the attention of children and introduce them to literatureGertrude McFuzz has some clever drawings It is a standard message of no good deed goes unpunished


  8. says:

    Another winner from Dr Seuss


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