Best of Dr Seuss Storybooks for kids:
Reading has been a ritual ever since Arham turned One, and it is one of our favorite activities during these trying times of #lockdown. Like most of us, We do have our favorite authors when it comes to books for kids. While we love the rhyming and highly engaging stories by Julia Donaldson , we absolutely love with Dr Seuss Storybooks, which have an amazing fun element.
Books by Dr. Seuss are simple with catchy illustrations, kooky yet humorous characters and laden with amazing tongue-twisting rhymic stories. Dr. Seuss storybooks can be tapped as some of the best books for our early readers. In our home Library, we’re having a mix of the set, with some books focussing on self-reading by my boy, who is 5years. Since he has started reading sentences now, these books are helping immensely in our journey.
Here, I’ve summed up 5 Dr. Seuss books that need to be there on your kid’s bookshelf, no matter what! These delightful reads will be rejuvenating for adults as well (I bet).
Best 5 Story Books by Dr. Seuss for Kids between 3-6years:
Okay, so let me confess, you can even read some of these books to your 2year old, I missed using these books then, but you can certainly do that for a good read.
1. Green Eggs and Ham :
With around 9million copies sold worldwide, I needn’t share as to why Green Eggs and Ham is our mom-son duo favorite. One of the fantastic books, having just 50 words, makes it a fun read for the beginners. Hence this book is perfect for picture reading (2-4.5years) and an enjoyable read for kids between 4.5+-6years (well, on their own). And nonetheless, you can always read aloud to toddlers.
The story is of Sam-I-Am, who likes his Green Eggs and Ham and as per him, there is no such place where you cannot eat it. On the contrary, the book has a character, who does not even like the thought of Green Egg and Ham. How Sam-I-Am, persistently follows this character through various dining locations, with various dining partners (animal family – fox, mouse, goat). Does he gives up and tries Green Egg and Ham?
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2. Fox in Socks:
Welcome this read with some of the hilarious and tricky tongue twisters. Try it out, to check if you’ll be successful at it or not. It’s the fox here, who is aptly speaking in his tongue twisters and another character Knox, who is scratching his head with Fox’s tongue twisters. All of it creates a hilarious storyline. We too read it in a perfect Rhyming style, which makes this book all the more great fun.
“New socks. Two socks. Whose socks? Sue’s socks.
Who sews whose socks? Sue sews Sue’s socks.
Who sees who sew whose new socks, sir?
You see Sue sew Sue’s new socks, sir.
That’s not easy, Mr. Fox, sir”
How did it go? Excited now? Then click on the link and get your copy from Amazon right now!
3. The Cat in the Hat :
On a rainy day, Sally and her brother Dick are bound to be inside the house, with really “Nothing” to do. It’s then when a Cat in a Red hat with a bowtie shows up and decides to entertain them with a series of fun adventures. The children’s pet fishes want the Cat to go away but this Cat in the Hat is eager to take them all on the adventure ride within the house. What happens further that rainy day?
Check out this brilliant classy rhyming read and set off on an adventure train for the upcoming rainy days, lol!
It’s time that you get your copy from Amazon right now!
4. One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish:
This classic beginner’s book is quite captivating and gives the vibes that reading can be so much fun too. The Playful rhyme with the fascinating imaginary creatures wins over the hearts of young kids here. No doubt, it has been classified as one of the Bestselling Children’s book.
Black fish Blue fish Old fish New fish.
This one has a little star.
This one has a little car.
Say! What a lot Of fish there are.
Yes. Some are red. And some are blue.
Some are old. And some are new.
Intrigued, then get your copy from Amazon here!
5. Dr. Seuss’s Sleep Book :
Tired of thinking about how to make these extra energetic kids sleep (I’m sure moms would nod currently)? Then maybe this is the best bet. For us, we couldn’t resist yawning (with a charm;)). We yawned and laughed and yet yawned. This book has a warning: To be read in bed, as all the creatures here are sleeping and that’s what we too need to imitate. One of the cutest books, I’ve ever read before sleeping. After all, Bug Van’s, yawning is really contagious.
Time to get your book on Amazon now.
Hola! Have you all slept? It’s time to be up and have some fun with Dr Seuss Storybooks and kids’.
Keep reading and raise “Readers”