Green Eggs and Ham by Dr. Suess

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Re: Green Eggs and Ham by Dr. Suess

Post by Amagine » 25 Mar 2017, 11:50

I enjoy all the Dr. Seuss books that I can get my hands on. I have three writer idols and Dr.Seuss is one of them. Green Eggs and Ham was a book that was read to me constantly as a child and it changed my life. It made me love reading and eventually writing too. His books are classics and I'm grateful every time I get to read his books to children.
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Post by Storygamer88 » 07 Jun 2017, 17:17

Rhyme-wise, this is probably my favorite Seuss book for its rhyme scheme, but theme-wise, I still prefer Oh The Places Youll Go more. Its a good book still though for kids.
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Post by ilovechickens777 » 09 Jul 2017, 19:11

Yes. I also have good memories reading some of Dr.Seuss's books, and my parents read a lot of hem to me.
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Post by sophiemer642 » 12 Jul 2017, 23:33

This was a great book and a favorite among my childhood books. The rhyming is very catchy, and Dr. Suess made his books easy to follow for beginning readers. This book, though, is my favorite among all of his works.

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Post by Joanna82 » 29 Jul 2017, 10:00

I love all Dr. Seuss books. It's so fun to read them to my son!

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Post by hlc85 » 07 Aug 2017, 01:57

Dr. Suess books still make me happy as an adult. The whimsical nature of his works are the best part and I love the fabricated and unique characters he has. Green Eggs and Ham urges children to try new things and his rhyming words help children with phonemic awareness. This one is not my favorite Dr. Suess book since it's meaning is not as deep as The Sneechers or The Lorax, but it still is a classic.
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Post by Bluecobia » 05 Sep 2017, 17:15

I agree with all of you. The rhythm and repetition are fun and useful to new readers. That said I am not sure I want to eat green eggs.
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Post by MsTri » 23 Sep 2017, 18:04

Green Eggs and Ham is definitely one of my favorite children's book. I've long wished this one could somehow be made into a live-action film, a la The Grinch Who Stole Christmas and The Cat in the Hat (but better than the latter, *lol*). I even started creating a script for it several years ago, even though I knew there was no hope of actually getting it made.

And I agree with everyone else; the repetition is great and now that I'm in a band and writing my own hip-hop song, I even wonder to myself sometimes, 'What would Dr. Seuss write'? *lmao*

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Post by rcarr13 » 12 Mar 2018, 18:08

Green Eggs and Ham is a favorite in our house too. Even my son, who is now 8, still enjoys it.

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Post by Ilvin97 » 29 Mar 2018, 12:20

Green eggs and ham is one of my favorite books my lil sisters love them too

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Post by Lovesmith 12 » 01 Apr 2018, 00:57

Yes this book is very entertaining for young kid's it's got excited words and good pictures

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Post by Lovesmith 12 » 01 Apr 2018, 00:59

It's very entertaining for children no violence just having fun

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Post by Lovesmith 12 » 01 Apr 2018, 01:01

I love reading his books he's my favorite character

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Post by Lovesmith 12 » 01 Apr 2018, 07:55

I like all the dr. Suess books too they don't make sense but they funny

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Post by book worm1 » 06 May 2018, 07:48

Green Eggs and Ham by Dr. Seuss was one of the few books by him that my daughters asked me to read repeatedly. We had the whole series but they only liked a handful of them.

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