Of KLAW’s Favorite Dr. Seuss, Tell Us Which Book You Would Choose!
Just like everyone, we love Dr. Seuss. Thinking about his 108th birthday today got us talking about our favorite Dr. Seuss books – so we went around the room and all shared our favorites.
Check out our favorite songs and some great ones from our Facebook fans.
Would you like them here or there? Would you like them anywhere?
Jeri – ‘Green Eggs and Ham’
“I mean, I like them all – I read them all to my kids. My kids really love the rhyming – ‘Sam, ham,’ you know. I mean, that’s what Dr. Seuss is all about, but they loved it.”
Would she eat green eggs and ham?
We had the whole collection, but they went into storage and got ruined. So we’re starting our collection again.”
And yes, she’s already got ‘Green Eggs and Ham.’
Frank Seres – ‘Oh Say Can You Say’
“About four years ago, when my kids were elementary-school age, the school asked me to come in and read to all their classes on National Reading Day.”
It’s tongue twisters, man, that’s all it is. My kids would love to have me read it.”
I read that book like four times that day, man. My tongue was tired after that.”
Steve – ‘Green Eggs and Ham’
I love my ‘Green Eggs and Ham.’
I don’t know why, but I love it. My mom used to read it to me all the time. If it wasn’t that, it was Curious George. I used to run around the house rhyming. It was ‘Green Eggs and Ham’ because that’s what my mom read to me.
Also, it taught me how to rap.
Nancy Mace – ‘One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish’
“I like it because it rhymes and it’s pretty.”
Also, little known fact about Nancy: “I have the entire Dr. Seuss Christmas ornament collection.”
The ‘Green Eggs and Ham’ ornament is just cool:
And some great responses from our Facebook fans:
Jennifer Crunkleton said: I have to say my favorite is a tie between “Horton Hears a Who” and “How the Grinch Stole Christmas.” I like “The Lorax” too, but have only read it once when I was a kid.
Cassey Corcorran said: Green Eggs and Ham! My kids loved it when I would read it and get tongue tied.
Ainsley Davis said: The lorax and daisy head maisy!