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Very Teddy Roosevelt without the racism. November 5, Sold by: Instead of going on another adventure the creature decides to head back home where he is prepared to handle the troubles he encounters versus letting them get the best of him. Mar 02, Anthony rated sollwe really liked it. This all changes when he is attacked by a host of rather nasty creatures – a very fresh Green Headed Quiligan Quail, a Skritz and a Skrink.

Try the Kindle edition and experience these great reading features: When our hero rrouble his toe, he decides to find a less troublesome place to live. This is not to say that lessons necessarily make a story better. Seriously buy the book you’ll see he really gets a bat in the end it rocks! I’ve let friends look at the presentation and they all loved it. Unfortunately the journey to Solla Sollew i The narrator of the story and lead character is a small furry bear like creature, who leads a happy go lucky existence in the Valley of Vung.

Loved it when Dad read it to us.

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Seuss book, but I loved it so much. In I Had Trouble in getting to Solla Sollew the first person main character sets off for this mythical place of Solla Sollew where ‘they never have troubles, at least very few! The narration is good He returns, but a This book was a bit reminiscent of Alexander and the No Good Very Bad Day where bad days happen, but don’t they happen to all of us?

Every major book store location I’ve looked in the past couple of years has not carried this particular title, and it’s baffling, because the story line and illustrations in this book always deeply inspired my imagination as a child, gettiny images of adventure, exotic places, faraway times, mysterious locales Drawing on those memories of the Troyplayers performance group.

If nothing else, I always enjoy the scenes and characters that Seuss creates.

I Had Trouble in Getting to Solla Sollew : Yellow Back Book

His troubles double until at last he makes it to the gateway to Solla Sollew where he finds that the one problem it has is too big to surmount so he returns home with a fearless spirit and makes his mind up to give his troubles a little taste of their own medicine. This cute little creature discovers he has problems and doesn’t want them.

This is a Seuss book that we’d never heard of until we found it at my grandmother in law’s house.

So it is a matter of taste, I suppose. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. I furnish the brains. I also remember the high school and adult audience was equally interested back in the day. Everything else is greens and purples, so the fish really stands out.

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Write a customer review. But it was amazing Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources. Rocks, the evil-minded, green-headed Quilligan Quail, a Skirtz, and a Skrink pop up from all directions, leaving Cat thinking this chap in his One-Wheeler Wubble has the answers to his so,la.

Customers who viewed this item also viewed. Welcome to sweet, sunny Solla Sollew, Where we never have troubles. Daisy-Head Mayzie – Dr. Kindergarten – 4 Lexile Measure: I discovered it in high school when our drama teacher adapted it into a reader’s theatre performance.

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The narrator, who has too many troubles in his home the Valley of Vunghas a LOT more trouble getting to Solla Sollew where they never have troubles, at least very few. It’s hard to find though Armed with a bat, the Protagonist now gives the rocks, quail, skritz, and skrink troubles of their own “But I’ve bought a big bat. Very Teddy Roosevelt without the racism. I do enjoy the colors Seuss uses in his books. The book is a first-person narrative told by a young narrator who experiences troubles in his life mostly aggressive small animals that bite and sting and wishes to escape them.