Theodore Seuss Geisel, lovingly known as Dr. Seuss, is celebrated today for his beloved books. He was born in 1904, 112 years ago today, and his legacy lives on across the world.
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A Favorite for all Ages
We have had Dr. Seuss books in our house for as long as we have had children. The first few books were thrift store finds and we have slowly grown our collection. When I decluttered our books, we kept our Dr. Seuss books!
We all love the books and we range in age from 6-44 years old! Dr. Seuss books never get old for adults to read to children who are pre-readers, and they are perfect for children who are just starting to read independently.What are your family favorites? #DrSeuss #drseussbirthday Click To Tweet
Our Family’s Favorites
My husband said he couldn’t pick a favorite because they are ALL his favorites, but when pressed, he chose Oh, the Things You can Think
(You can click on the thumbnails to find out more information about the books)*
My oldest son loves Oh, The Places You’ll Go. This is particularly poignant as he graduates middle school and begins high school next year.
My middle son loves How the Grinch Stole Christmas
My youngest son loves What was I Scared of?
My favorite is his defining book The Cat in the Hat. Did you know the book was the result of a challenge from his publishers to write a story using only 225 “new reader” vocabulary words? Pretty cool.
Dr. Seuss: To Be Discovered
Some of the books that we don’t own, but I’m excited to read are:
(Click on the links if you want to find out more information about the books too!)*
I not only love the stories and colorful illustrations of Dr. Seuss books, but I love the fact that Dr. Seuss’ first book, And to Think that I Saw it on Mulberry Street, was rejected 27 times before finally being published! That encourages me to persevere despite rejection.Do you know how many times #DrSeuss was rejected before his first book was published?… Click To Tweet
Dr. Seuss books are timeless and a worthwhile investment for children of all ages.
What’s your favorite Dr. Seuss book? Let me know in the comments!
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