Children’s Books by Dr. Seuss « Mummy Knows Best - The hands-on mum's guide to cool kids' stuff

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Everyone who has shopped for children’s books has heard of Theodor (Ted) Seuss Geisel or more simply, Dr.Seuss. His most amazing quality is to be able to imagine like a child and express that in the form of wonderful stories and rhyme.

Each of his many books deserve a review by their own merit, but before I get carried away, I’ll list just a few favorites. “My Many Coloured Days” is a beautiful book illustrated with paintings that I could print and hang on my walls. This book introduces moods to children, a hard to grasp concept even for adults and ends on a wonderful note –“And I go back to being me” (good way to explain why Mommy has her grey and black days too). Then there is “Horton Hears A Who” which is a truly wonderful story in prose poetry about an elephant named Horton who hears a noise from a small creature that nobody else can hear, as the ‘Whos’ are very small. But Horton saves them as he thinks, “A person’s a person. No matter how small”, which is only one of the many messages that are imaginatively put across (this story has been made into an animated movie with Jim Carrey as Horton). Then there are the famous

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classics such as “Cat in the Hat” and “Fox in Socks”, a collection of tongue twisters that is a fun exercise for young kids. You can’t go wrong with any of them, honestly, this is creative genius with so many values, concepts and real issues woven into them.

I love them so much, I fight with my son over which ones to read, and I continue reading even after he’s fallen asleep.

Available at most bookstores and you should check out their website for fun and more titles.

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