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Title : Hop on pop
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ISBN : 9780001711181
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 64 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Hop on pop Reviews

  • Leftbanker
    2019-03-19 01:56

    Call me old fashioned but I think that there is far too much pop hopping going on in America these days. It's disgusting, revolting, quite possibly illegal and then they turn around and turn it into a children's book? What's next? Leaving two unsupervised children alone with a giant cat? An elephant wedging an egg in his butt? Non-traditionally colored eggs and pork products? A Christmas-thieving scallywag? A fox wearing human undergarments? Oobleck? That just has to be filthy. Where does it end?

  • Archit Ojha
    2019-03-02 01:45

    And then we might be 22 and 21 year olds and yet we sing in a rhythm invented on our own. " Mr. BROWN Mrs. BROWNMr. Brown upside down.Pup up. Brown down.Pup is down. Where is Brown?WHERE IS BROWN? THERE IS BROWN!Mr. Brown is out of town. " Dr. Seuss injects the wordplay enthusiasm into the bloodstream. Ageless and timeless.

  • Mike
    2019-03-05 01:04

    It just didn't do it for me--no character development, no irony, no existential angst, it was almost like a children's book.

  • Mike
    2019-03-01 07:01

    At first I thought it was really sad the way the children showed such a great amount of disrespect for their father. It seems today many children "Hop on Pop" as well as mothers, aunts, uncles, cousins, and even friends in a desperate attempt to get attention in a world where so many children are ignored. As I read on, it became clear that it was not "teen angst" or "rebellion" that caused them to "Hop on Pop", but an effort to feel loved and spend quality time with dad. I would recommend "Hop on Pop" to any father who may be having intimacy issues with their children. It is not only a fun read, but very inspirational.

  • Patricia
    2019-03-19 03:36

    I am currently reading this book. And I'll be reading it again in 5 minutes. And 10 minutes after that. It is my daughter's favorite book. A special thanks to Dr. Seuss for making this book tolerable to read over and over.

  • G.c.
    2019-03-13 23:02

    Why I hate theis wonderful book.“HOP ON POP” by Gerard C. Smith Come "Hop on Pop," my Lisa said And hop of course is what she did Her brother joined in with a jump On Poppa’s tum he went crash-bump Lisa hopped and hopped some more She knocked poor Poppa to the floor Both kids did bounce, each up and down Poor Pop was trounced and he did frown Now he hates that bastard T. Geisel And hopes the rotter roasts in hell

  • Rfrancik
    2019-03-15 22:40

    Full of three letter words in a unique and visually practical graphical format Hop on Pop takes the reader through several humerous story about creatures whose actions are characterized by simple phonetically repetitious words. Hop on Pop was different from any of the other phonics readers I looked at. To begin with the story makes sense. We immediately like the characters whose expressions show an astounding range of emotion. Best of all Suess uses vocabulary an emerging reader can sound out independently. I haven't read this book in a while. Today I realized I've never fully appreciated the genius behind changing only the beginning consonant. An emerging reader can work on one letter changes while confidently following up with the second half of the word which repeats over and over. "Cup Pup, Pup in cup, Pup cup, cup on pup." Even better, the formatting puts words on top of each other so the reader can see exactly where the word is changing and where it is staying the same. The illustrations perfectly describe the text and the books can be enjoyed by adults and children alike. If I have to sit through a phonics reader please make it Dr. Seuss. Recommended for children 3-7.I can see this book has been reviewed by both the School Library Media Quarterly (A.A.S.L.) and Library Journal but they must be very old reviews because I couldn't find them.1)

  • Will
    2019-03-15 23:57

    I love this book and I have read it several times. My favorite character is Will Hill, he is the one who goes up the hill. For some reason the author felt compelled to rhyme line after line, but I will not whine because this book is so very fine. There is danger- when the people playing ball fall off of the wall and when they fight all night, and there are some adult themes like when Red, Ned, Ted and Ed are in bed and when Mr. Black leaves his wife for Mr. Brown. Otherwise it is a wholesome read, though it does drag on a bit as you get past page 57 where Will Hill is the focus.

  • Austin
    2019-03-22 06:50

    An ambitious exploration of social dexterity, "Hop on Pop" may be the most important book of our time. Rather than viewing Pop-hopping as rude or cruel, Seuss argues that it is a delightful, possibly necessary act."Hop on Pop" is the most important, timely book you will ever read. Now excuse me, I've got to find my Pop.

  • Michael
    2019-03-19 02:41

    You really can't go wrong with Dr. Seuss. Well, that is, unless you're trying to read this book full of tongue-twisting phrases to your infant daughter. Luckily she won't remember that Daddy didn't do well the first time out -- and that was only on the abridged version of the book! If you want a book to enjoy being utterly silly with your kids with, this is it.

  • Donovan
    2019-02-25 22:36

    Who doesn't love Dr. Seuss? This is the first book I ever bought and read to my daughter. And she loved it. This book, and owning a dog, probably taught her the word "pup." And it certainly taught her to hop on pop. I know, the book tells you to not hop on pop. But kids don't understand negatives until later. And it's so much more fun to hop on pop anyway.

  • Maria
    2019-03-06 00:49

    "The simplest Seuss for youngest use". Indeed. Most illustrations come in pairs with the punch-line in the second one. Gotta love a book that shows a kid aggressively biting a tiger's tail or two kids hitting one another in the head with tennis racquets. The man is a genius.

  • Emerald
    2019-03-15 00:39

    “DayPlayWe play all day.NightFightWe fight all night.

  • Chicklet
    2019-03-21 23:49

    I have a funny story about a friend and this book. A friend of mine told me that in 8th grade she was assigned the task of writing a book report. My friend noted that the teacher said nothing about the length or level of the book and took full advantage. She chose Hop on Pop. The best part is that she made her book report about parental abuse....

  • Tyler Jones
    2019-03-21 06:44

    Sometimes fiction follows a logic of its own. Sometimes this fictional logic explains the world in clearer terms than a purely “realistic” story ever could. Sometimes an author subtly injects metaphor into a narrative to illustrate a point, but occasionally the entire narrative is itself metaphorical. Take, for example, The Metamorphosis by Franz Kafka in which the protagonist wakes up one morning to discover he has been turn into a big cockroach. This is not realism. If we reject the story because we do not believe such a scenario could occur in the real world, we are missing the point.Strangely, this concept is one that adults struggle with but children accept as natural. If, in a child’s book, a cat talks it is accepted without comment. A child is a perfect reader! A child knows full well that cats do not talk – but a child instinctively knows that this is irrelevant to the truth that the book is using the talking cat to illustrate.Let’s look at Hop on Pop, by Dr. Seuss. There are several impossibilities that occur over the books’ sixty-four pages; A mouse carries a house on it’s back and fish laze about in a tree. Do we worry that this book is teaching our young incorrect facts about the nature of mice and fish? Do we furthermore fret that this book is teaching our children to jump on their elders? We do not. Children are smart enough to distinguish between what is real and what is not. They allow a fish in a tree to exist in order to learn the concept of “in” as it relates to the fish and the tree. The fish and the tree are entertaining distracters (red herrings, if you will) that allow the child to enter a playful state of mind where learning can be achieved.Why, as adults, do we stop reading like children? Why do some of us demand our fiction to be “believable” – that is without a taint of implausibility? All books define their own rules of existence – if we limit ourselves to realism in the belief that truth is found only there, then we are like children who will not learn the difference between up and down because we know that dogs don’t drive cars.

  • Shannon (Giraffe Days)
    2019-02-23 06:05

    If There's A Wocket in My Pocket was full of made-up words for rhyme's sake, Hop On Pop is full of couplings for rhymes sake. The first pages go: "UP PUPPup is up.CUP PUPPup in cup.PUP CUPCup on pup."It pretty much follows that format all the way through, and I have to say, they aren't the easiest rhymes to say! Some of them are absolute tongue twisters, which I think was deliberate.What's cool about it is how it's a grammar book in disguise. The kids I read this too are young toddlers, busy constructing simple sentences and learning vocabulary and prepositions, so this is quite timely I think. It shows all the different combinations - paired with Seuss's trademark lively illustrations - that you can make with a couple of simple words.Things happen, too. Like the ball players who fall off the wall, or little Jim biting the creature's tail, or Pat the bear sitting on a cat - and then a cactus. And of course there's Pop (father? Grandfather? It's an old-fashioned word that I feel the need to explain every time!), whose two little kids (or grandkids) are jumping on like a trampoline and he gets very angry. The kids - mine, not the ones in the book - find this all very fascinating, quite funny and ask a lot of questions. All of which makes for a great book!

  • Lissa
    2019-03-06 04:59

    Hop on Pop is a wonderful way for children to learn about rhyming words. The words are basic and easy, and with lots of repetition this can be a great first book to read. The illustrations coincide with the words which clarifies the meanings of the words. The characters that Dr. Seuss uses are fun and interesting which makes this book entertaining for all.Learning Experience:This activity helps children recognize rhyming words and uses gross motor skills. I found this activity from the website Draw a hopscotch board on the floor with masking tape, or with chalk if you’re outdoors. Tape or place pictures in each square. Have the child toss a beanbag on a square, hop to that square and then say what’s in the picture. You read another word (sometimes a rhyming word, sometimes not) and ask the child if it rhymes or not. If they answer correctly, they get another turn. If you have a group of children, have them take turns.

  • Cole Wuilleumier
    2019-03-01 00:03

    A friend of mine read this book to me a about a month ago. From what i remember it was really funny because almost all the words rhymed! I would recommend this book to any aspiring poet or kid.

  • Sarah Grace
    2019-03-19 22:45

    I am a completely unashamed fan of Dr. Seuss! I just love his books! I used to read them aloud to my little brothers all the time. :)

  • Margaret
    2019-02-26 02:01

    This was one of the first books I ever learned to read.

  • Neda
    2019-03-22 03:44

    OH I loved it... GREAT ^-^

  • Marlon
    2019-02-24 01:45

    The first book i ever read! good times!

  • Megan
    2019-03-11 03:57

    The first book I ever read. The perfect first book to read. My whole life has been perfect, all because of this book.

  • Katie
    2019-03-25 04:40

    An absolute nessecity on any toddler's bookshelf. :-)

  • John Yelverton
    2019-03-21 02:39

    More fun and delight from the great and brilliant mind of Dr. Seuss.

  • Rebecca
    2019-02-27 03:05

    Very little of this book had to deal with achieving altitude off of one's father.

  • Fables&Wren
    2019-03-12 03:44

    WrensReads Review:PUP CUPPup in a cupCUP PUPCup on a PupRhyme ClimbRhyme that can ClimbClimb RhymesRhyme up the ClimbJK, I made the second one up. You could have realized that yourself because it is so poorly done. I am no Dr. Seuss but I can try and can amuse.Second of Eight books that my best friend brought with her this weekend. I am so loving these.WrensReads | Goodreads | Twitter | Instagram

  • Ellary
    2019-02-22 05:04

    Beautiful. Just beautiful. The roller coaster of emotions upon which the reader is taken! From fun playing ball on a wall to the tragedy of falling off said wall. From the belly laughs evoked as we follow Pat's journey sitting on various household items to the sheer panic at the prospect of Pat impaling his rump on the likes of a cactus. From the innocent child's play of wrestling with a loving father to a shameful and scarring reprimand. The characters could not be more relatable as they are all fumbling their way through life, learning through experience and having a lot of fun along the way. This one is on my short list for sure.

  • Monique Williams
    2019-03-03 05:39

    This is a book that could be used to teach rhyming and opposites. The children could show me the directions that are mentioned in the book. Physical and literacy are the domains that I would use this book. This is a great book for emergent readers. The simplicity will encourage the child to keep on reading.

  • Shane
    2019-03-14 00:51

    This book was decent. I mean,it has it moments, but you have to admit that it is somewhat over-rated when you compare it to this alleged "Dr.'s" other works. For instance, are we supposed to believe that this doctor actually wrote books that do not rise about a first-grade reading level? Come on.