Published June 30, 1998
by Random House Books for Young Readers .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||30|
Although I'm Not Going to Get Up Today! is aimed at young readers, it just gets better as you get older. Only after you've weathered more than few world-weary years can you fully appreciate this book's profound and universal message: "The alarm can by: 5. I am Not Going to Read Any Words Today! UPC Edition (Dr. Seuss Beg Fun Flashcrd(TM)) by Judith Conaway 1 edition - first published in I AM NOT Going To Get Up Today! (Beginner Books(R)) by Seuss, Dr. - $ I Am Not Going To Get Up Today! (Beginner Books(R)) ISBN/UPC Title: I Am Not Going To Get Up Today! (Beginner Books(R)) Authors: Seuss, Dr. Binding: Hardcover Publisher: Random House Books for Young Readers Publication Date: Oct 12 Edition: Condition: Used - Very Good All orders guaranteed . Judith Conaway is the author of Leagues Under the Sea ( avg rating, ratings, 37 reviews, published ), Mysteries of Sherlock Holmes ( /5.
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"I read a book" would be more correct. The question was about something that a person did in the past, not about something that a person was doing at a certain time in the past. Examples: Q: What did you do last night? A: I read a book. Q: What were you doing last night before I arrived? A: I was reading a book. As an early reader, it is a success. The wordplay is natural, if not subtle, and each sentence is an invitation to read the next: "The only thing I'm choosing / is to lie here woozy-snoozing. / So won't you kindly go away. / I am NOT going to get up today!" And to hear a 6-year-old chuckling to himself as he reads the pages is proof enough.4/5. I definitely recommend this book. I'll be trying to read Augustus soon. After that, I picked up The Broom of the System by DFW. I am about a fourth of the way, and so far it's enjoyable. I am picking the main theme (people and things being nothing but words) and I am intrigued. I'll try to finish it this week. So, I assume, like the other contributors, I am not going to tell you what I am actually reading (be that zoo newsletters, trash thrillers, self-help books, vintage car books, Tory manifestos, travel guides, erotica etc.), but rather report on those books that I assume fit with .