Children’s books by Dr. Seuss are quite a rage among children. The life’s lessons, quirky characters and rhymes make these books very interesting and informative. The stories are very entertaining, imaginative and witty with a controlled vocabulary and beautiful pictures. Here is Dr. Seuss book list containing some of the most popular children’s books. * Green Eggs and Ham * Horton Hears a Who!
* Horton Hatches the Egg
* How the Grinch Stole Christmas
* The Lorax
* And To Think that I Saw It on Mulberry Street
* The 500 Hats of Bartholomew Cubbins
* Oh, the Places You’ll Go! Green Eggs And Ham: The continuous repetition in green eggs and ham fascinates both younger kids, and the kids who have just begun reading on their own. Sam-I-am is persistent in convincing one of the characters to try the green eggs and ham. The rhyming and humor in the book is used to explain the significance of not judging until one has tried the thing. Horton Hears A Who!: This book puts a lot of stress on respect, integrity, and responsibility. The main character of the story, Horton is a remarkable elephant. His perseverance and compassion helps save tiny creatures who do not even exist for others. The illustrations in the book are very appealing. Horton Hatches The Egg: This book illustrates the importance of a family. When the mother bird ditches her egg, Horton swears to take responsibility of hatching the abandoned egg. Despite the tribulations, he perseveres. The book is humorous, but proves a very important point. How The Grinch Stole Christmas: This is one of the most popular children’s books ever written. It has been made into a feature film and is considered a classic. In the story, the Grinch, embezzles all Christmas but in spite of his best efforts is not able to lower the Christmas spirit in the town. This leads to an astonishing change in the Grinch. The Lorax: This is a great read for children between the age group of 8-12 years. The book depicts the dangers of not being concerned about the environment. However, the tale of the Once-ler, who ruined all the trees for his profit, in spite of the warnings given by the fuzzy yellow Lorax, is not at all gloomy. It is a happy ending as the Once-ler feels remorseful and one of the Truffla Tree seed gets saved. This book covers a very serious subject, but in a humorous way. And To Think That I Saw It On Mulberry Street: This book is very popular with four to eight year old kids. The pictures are delightful. The story revolves around Marco, who is keen to have something to tell to his father when he asks what he had seen that day. His thoughts run wild when he walks back home, and he imagines several funny sights. The 500 Hats Of Bartholomew Cubbins: This story tickles the funny bone. Bartholomew gets into a lot of trouble for not being able to remove his hat in front of the king, as a token of respect. As poor Bartholomew tells the King he has taken off the hat, there is one more hat underneath, and this goes on and on. The king asks for experts to figure out a method to remove all the hats. But they just can’t. Oh, The Places You’ll Go!: This is a very inspirational children’s book that is to uplift people who are going to enter a brand new phase in their lives. Children’s books by Dr. Seuss make a great gift and also a must buy for those who have small kids. These books make a great read and help learn some valuable lessons.
Source by Wendi Rogers