I first learned to read a long time ago, so I don’t remember that much. But I do remember reading Dr. Seuss a whole bunch. Some of the best stories I ever have read, my mom first told me while I lay down in bed. Nothing could replace the great Dr. Seuss. I loved reading his books more than sipping on juice. At first my mom had to read them to me. But then I saw how much fun reading can be. I started to read with such fervor, that she became an observer. I loved how his rhymes were written with such flow and it seemed there was nothing this man did not know. Each story was better than any show, from Go Dog Go to The Lorax, his stories had no drawbacks. I loved them all, like a girl loves her doll. No matter how many stories I read, my hunger for more could not be fed. From these stories so clever and fun, I learned how to read everything under the sun. Dr. Seuss that clever old man had a sneaky old plan. He made learning to read so easy, by creating rhymes which were cheesy.
Now we must all acknowledge, without Dr. Seuss we could not go to college. By teaching us to read he helped us succeed. So throw Seinbeck on the deck and feed Dickens to your chickens. If you need a good book you know where to look, in the children’s section under that old Dr. Seuss.