Share the Magic of Dr. Seuss with the Next Generation

Share the Magic of Dr. Seuss with the Next Generation

Disclosure: I was invited by Dr. Seuss Books to share my thoughts on a current promotion and my opinions on Dr. Suess’ books. Opinions are unbiased and completely my own. I was compensated for my time. 


Share the magic of Dr. Seuss with your kids, grandkids, nieces, and nephews.

“The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.”~~Dr.Seuss, I Can Read With My Eyes Shut!

As a little girl, some of my earliest reading experiences were Dr. Seuss books, and I grew up with a love of The Cat in the Hat, Green Eggs and Ham, Fox in Sox, and so many more. His singsong, silly rhymes and those comedic illustrations instilled a real joy of reading within me, and as an adult, I’ve come to appreciate the positive messages behind his words and in his books. My daughter is seven, and when she was little I shared the magic of Dr. Seuss with her, too, and we both continue to read his books and watch the movies made from his books with one another.

Dr. Seuss’ books are timeless classics, perfect for each new generation, and as a parent or grandparent, reading one of his books at bedtime, playtime, or any time is a perfect bonding and learning opportunity. The Dr. Seuss & His Friends Book Club was created to help parents create libraries of literature that fostered a creative spirit and helped the formation of beautiful memories at every opportunity possible.  Right now, you can purchase five of Dr. Seuss’ phenomenal children’s books for only $5.95, with free shipping,  by visiting The Dr. Seuss & His Friends Book Club. For little more than the cost of a Venti White Mocha coffee from Starbucks, and more reward than any electronic device, you can be on your way to setting up a library for your little loves.

Any moment is a good moment to bond with your kids, grandkids, nieces, nephews and other special children in your life, and I can’t think of a better way to do so than by sharing the magic of Dr. Seuss’ books with them.

What was your favorite Dr. Seuss book growing up? Share your favorite one and best experience in the comments!

Please share this post with other people who might be interested in starting a great children’t library for only a few dollars. Thank you!

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