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Three Dr. Seuss Books That You Should Read to Your Toddler
Dr. Seuss is easily the most influential children's author in history. His clever use of rhyme and wordplay has long captivated the imagination of millions of young readers from all over the world. You probably grew up reading his books and you probably still enjoy reading his books today.
It should be no surprise that Dr. Seuss' books are the best way to engage a child's creativity and help turn them into readers at a relatively young age.
Of course, if you are not an avid fan of Seuss or his rhyme schemes, you probably don't know where to start. Lucky for you, we're here to help.
Below are three Dr. Seuss books that are excellent for children.
·One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish
This book is ideal for children who are just starting to learn how to read and was actually included by the National Education Association as one of the "Teacher's Top 100 Books for Children". The book's combination of easy-to-read words, attractive photos, and entertaining story easily makes this book an excellent read.
·The Cat in the Hat
This book is perhaps the most iconic among Dr. Seuss' collection and is something that's slightly familiar to you even if you have not read any one of the American author's book yet.
The story is all about the titular character, the Cat in the Hat, who, with the help of Thing One and Thing Two, entertains Sally and her brother while their mother is away. The cat and his two accomplices then disappear as soon as Sally's mother comes home. This book is perfect for children ages five and up.
·Fox in Socks
If your child already possesses more advanced reading skills, the Fox in Socks tale is full of fun rhymes that are perfect for teaching children all about tongue twisters and alliteration.