Dr. Seuss wrote more than 60 books, many of them selling 10 million or copies or more over the past several decades. While “On Beyond Zebra!” has never been as popular as “The Cat in the Hat” or “Green Eggs and Ham”, it is one of his better ones, in my opinion. I don’t actually… Continue reading On Beyond Zebra!
[amazon_link asins=’039480029X’ template=’ProductAd’ store=’matchstickkidboo’ marketplace=’US’ link_id=’9de91507-2eb0-11e8-bfe1-dff3343c1440′] Not all ‘classic’ children’s literature ages well, and not even all of Dr. Seuss’s books have aged well. Some have racist or sexist imagery that was mainstream in the ’60s and ’70s but not now. Hop on Pop, however, has aged well. And not just from its visuals, but… Continue reading Hop on Pop
[amazon_link asins=’0394829123′ template=’ProductAd’ store=’matchstickkidboo’ marketplace=’US’ link_id=’7137c9c2-68aa-11e7-a498-71c063d61886′] This was a favorite of mine as a kid, and has been a huge hit with our kids as well when I rediscovered it. It was written by Dr. Seuss and illustrated by George Booth. The book does not get as much attention as other Seuss books, perhaps because… Continue reading Wacky Wednesday
[amazon_link asins=’0394800168′ template=’ProductAd’ store=’matchstickkidboo’ marketplace=’US’ link_id=”] This book is a classic, and an essential book for some children who are beginning to learn how to read. It’s fun for parents and children to read together, but I got tired of reading it after the tenth or so time. It reminds me of the song, “The… Continue reading Green Eggs and Ham by Dr. Seuss