This week, I continued my reading challenge. However, these ones I read online so I will include pictures of each individual book. *All images used are from GoodReads*
Elementary: Dr. Seuss Week!
Since these books are so popular, I am just going to give my opinions on them; no description!
The Cat in The Hat
Going back and reading this book makes me realize why I love Dr. Seuss. The rhyme pattern makes it a quick read and a fun one. I alway think that reading Dr. Seuss book aloud really makes them sound the best. 9/10
Green Eggs and Ham
The classic message of “Don’t knock it, till you try it”. The crazy green eggs and ham make for a great story and maybe a chance to have your class try them out for themselves! 10/10
Oh! The Places You’ll Go!
Oh! The Places You’ll Go! is great because the pep talk type of story. “With your heads full of brains and shoes full of feet, you’re too smart to do down some not so good street.”, I think this would be a great motivational book for any age! 10/10
Horton Hears a Who!
Horton is one of the most memorable character of all Dr. Seuss books and it is easy to see why. The sweet Horton and his mission makes for a great story that will touch everyone’s hearts. 10/10
Again, the Lorax is one of the most memorable character of the Seuss books. The Lorax tackles a lot of issues from Friendship to Saving Nature, it is great for all ages. 9/10
Can You Get an F in Lunch? by Nancy Krulik
This book is the first in the series and it was definitely interesting to say the least. The story was not very interesting to me, it was basically about a young girl that goes into middle school for the first time and her struggles. I think this would be a good book for someone who has not gone into middle school before but anyone after would probably think about the same as me. 3/10
Frindle by Andrew Clements
My first impression of Frindle was that this was the name of the main character but I was wrong! Frindle is a prank made by Nick Allen where he called a pen the Frindle. The story then follows Nick and his struggle because everyone wants the Frindle! This book was pretty fun to read. It was quick and fun! 8/10
Until Next Time,
6 thoughts on “Its Monday! What Are You Reading?!”
I think you have a great blog I would say that my two favorite books for my children to listen to for a bed time story and my books I like the most is the cat in the hat and green eggs and ham they are always great books and I really enjoyed your blog.
Who does not love Dr Seuss? Such a great popular artist with his illustrations and funny words. These books capture any age range and even adults haha. But I am intrigued by your book Frindle. This sounds funny and good to read. My first thought that came to mind with Frindle is a secret name for friend. I am going to have to find this book now. What age group?
I would say around 5th-7th grade!
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I always see people reading Dr. Seuss, what is it that makes you enjoy these books? Is it the rhymes or pictures? I have only read like two and I couldn’t remember which one’s they were.
I just think they are incredible charming, not sure why!
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