My favorite book is One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish is my favorite book, Horton Hears A Who is my favorite movie, and my favorite quote..well I don't have a favorite, but these are at the top list...
“Today you are You, that is truer than true. There is no one alive who is Youer than You.”
“You know you're in love when you can't fall asleep because reality is finally better than your dreams.”
“Be who you are and say what you feel because those who mind don't matter and those who matter don't mind.”
Love those! :] Thanks for taking the time to reply and stuff! It makes a person feel special! lol :] Maybe in the Freedom Writers we could have a section on classics like Dr.Seuss books? IdK just an idea I don't really know what you invision for it! lol
Im torn about my favorite Dr. Seuss book. I love Cat In The Hat and Green Eggs and Ham. I have always had a love of reading from such an early age. I love to read childrens books and all sorts of books and I loved Dr. Seuss and the Berenstain Bears..
I just loved all Dr. Seus books. They're all my favorite, but my most memorable one when I was a kid to my teen years was The Lorax. I don't know why, all the other kids did book reports on Green Eggs and Ham and Cat in the Hat, I always remembered The Lorax. Maybe I though he was scary I just don't know why The Lorax stays with me so much... even now and it's been 5 years since I reread The Lorax for my Dr. Seus report. It always pops into my head when I think of Dr. Seus.
I have the collection of all his books so far, I started as a child and continued to add to them as an adult so that I could use them in my Day Habilitation Library for the mentally challenged children. I love all his books, it makes me laugh when I read them to the children at our local read a story program at the library for children. But to be honest the adults that bring their children to story hour, enjoy them the most. Hey and by the way how did yall put the pictures on your post? Just curious. Thanks~~~
I love Dr. Suess... my mother had a huge collection of his books, and I have since started my own! I love the words he uses and the image he paints to allow you to envision the message he is sharing. I read a lot of Dr. Suess to my two children now. Dr. Suess and Shel Silverstein were two authors that my mother loved and shared with my brothers and sisters and I, and the attachment grew on these books for myself! Great authors, very lighthearted but often times deep, if you look.