Theodor Seuss Geisel—aka Dr. Seuss is undoubtedly one of the most beloved children’s book authors of all time. His iconic characters, stories, and art style have created a long lasting influence on generations of children as well as adults. Here are the top 5 popular Dr. Seuss’ books your children should read!
1. The Cat in the Hat
The Cat in the Hat is one of the most iconic children’s books of all time, This is a story of Dick and Sally on a rainy day. They’re incredibly bored, don’t know what to do, until a giant cat in a hat shows up and wreaks havoc in their home with his buddies, Thing One and Thing Two. The unexpected visitors create such havoc, Sally and her brother wonder if they’ll be able to get the mess cleaned up before their mom arrives. This classic story book really will help children learn to read without getting bored.
2. Fox in Socks
Full of wacky tongue twisters, the Fox in socks challenges Mr. Knox, who lives in a box, to recite a series of increasingly silly tongue twisters. Babies and toddlers can touch the fluffy chick, the scratchy brick and the sticky blue goo! Its a book your kids will love to read over and over again. You could read along too – if your tongue can manage it!
3. One Fish, two, Red Fish, Blue Fish
This colorful book is perfect for preschoolers and early readers. It’s fun to read and also, the word play makes it easy for the little readers to hook on. Kids will have a blast reading about a little boy and girl named, Jay and Kay, and the many amazing creatures they keep as friends and pets. The simple rhymes are also teaching early readers to count and learn colors at the same time!
4. I can read with my eyes shut
In this classic Beginner’s Book, Dr. Seuss and the Cat want to show children that reading is fun, even when you don’t look at the words. This book encourages literacy skills with highlighted narration. In this delightful book, Dr. Seuss celebrates the joys of reading, encouraging young children to take pride in growing their reading abilities. Classic books like this train your imagination to think big.
5. Green Eggs and Ham
Dr. Seuss used only 50 words to in this time-honored classic. Green Eggs and Ham is also one of the best-selling and critically acclaimed book by Dr. Seuss. The story follows an unnamed narrator (later referred to as Guy-am-I) to eat green eggs and ham. Sam really wants him to have a taste of green eggs and ham. However, Guy does not like green eggs and ham and he keeps on telling Sam that he does not want to try it in any circumstance. Sam persuades him to try once, And to his great satisfaction finds … that he does indeed like green eggs and ham!
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