Monday, February 29, 2016

The Best of Dr. Seuss Books for Every Age and Grade {Seuss Birthday/Read Across America Day} {Book List}

The Best of Dr. Seuss Books For Every Age and/or Grade.  These 25 books are perfect for his birthday and Read Across America Day.  These books are fun, funny, full of rhyme, and make perfect read alouds.  Alohamora Open a Book books for boys, girls, babies, toddlers, preschoolers, kindergarten, first, second, third, fourth, fifth, sixth grade.
Wednesday, March 2nd is Dr. Seuss's birthday; he was born in 1904.  Because I am a nerd and a children's librarian I always celebrate his birthday with reading a few of his books and wearing my Dr. Seuss shirt.  

Dr. Seuss's birthday is also Read Across America Day!  This day is celebrated in public libraries and schools around the country.  Famous celebrities and well known public figures like the President or First Lady have been found reading to school children on this day.  

With a big day focused on reading and Dr. Seuss many people like to read a book by Dr. Seuss aka Theodor Seuss Geisel.  Today, I am giving you 25 of the Best Dr. Seuss's books for every age and grade.  

However, b/c everyone should have a little Dr. Seuss knowledge in case you need to answer random trivia I will give you a few facts about the great writer.  Dr. Seuss was incredibly persistent which was a trait that allowed him to become a well known author.  Dr. Seuss first wrote And To Think I Saw it On Mulberry Street, however it was denied by publishers 29 times.  Luckily, Seuss ran into an old friend in NYC who had become an editor; this man agreed to publish his book.  46 books later the rest is history. 

The Best Books to Read for
Read Across America Day aka Dr. Seuss Day!




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Happy Read Across America Day!  Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss!

Happy Funny, Silly, Rhyming, and Moral Story Reading!  Dr. Seuss has a lot of really great books with a lot of really great lessons to be learned from them no matter what your age. 

Do you have a favorite Dr. Seuss book? 

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