Your Favorite Dr. Seuss Book

Posted 10 years.

35 Comments

  • Leanne - 9 years ago

    My favorite is Hop on Pop by a long shot, my poor Dad though he had it memorized because my sister and I loved it so much. Twins hopping on you must hurt, I am sorry now that we did that to him.

  • jayleen - 9 years ago

    omg i love the book 1 fish 2 fish red fish blue fish but
    i feel sorry to the book green eggs and ham so
    ill pick both ahaha lol =)

  • shannon - 9 years ago

    i love all dr suess books but one of my all time favorites is how the grinch stole christmas along with green eggs and ham. going to love reading all his stories to my little niece. HAPPY BIRTHDAY DR.SUESS

  • edobrinen - 9 years ago

    Go Dog Go is by PD Eastman. It is the best. It comes in the same series of books as dr. seuss by a publisher so they do look the same. Wikipedia says that Seuss inspired Eastman.

  • Kevbo - 9 years ago

    Its is by far the greatest Suess book of all is Fox in Socks and if you think any differently we shall have to battle in a puddle in a bottle and the bottles on a poodle and the poodles eating noodles

  • Rima - 10 years ago

    I love all Dr.Seuss books but i had to go with Green Eggs and Ham. I mean the famous line... " I do not like Green Eggs and Ham, I do not like them Sam I am" ....this was a hard choice

  • mw, - 10 years ago

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  • Zipzapzopzoup - 10 years ago

    Go Dog Go is NOT by Dr Seuss.

  • Seraphya - 10 years ago

    "The Butter Battle Book" is by far the best. It teaches such important lessons while being so funny

  • dman - 10 years ago

    how did you get so popular?

  • Roxanne Bergerac - 10 years ago

    The honest truth, for me at least, is there are to many jewels among the writings of this author. Theodore Seuss Geisel shaped the imaginations in children since h penned his first non-prose book "If I Ran the Zoo." My list of favorites range from silly to political but never-the-less, just about all of his 60-plus children's books will remain locked within my heart and mind. Dr. Seuss' birthday will be celebrated for many more years to come and I can't wait to go home today and read some to my two year old niece out of her collection that could rival mine. God Bless, Seuss. You are an icon.

  • Mark H - 10 years ago

    Definitely Green Eggs and Ham... it's the one I remember most fondly since Kindergarten, plus I read it to my son when he was just a baby over 30 years ago.

  • leigh - 10 years ago

    HAPPY BIRTHDAY DR.SUESS

  • Leigh Davies - 10 years ago

    Green Eggs And Ham Was An Absolutely Fantastic Story And Allthough I Enjoyed Them All That One Was Outstanding !!

    Leigh xx

  • johnzilla - 10 years ago

    "The Sneetches" was the best book by far. It was very disappointing not to see it in the list!

  • melissa - 10 years ago

    heyyyyy green eggs and ham i do not like green eggs and ham i do not like them sam i am!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1 its awesome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • mckenna - 10 years ago

    i love the book why the grinch stole chirstmas.it was soooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo funny .

  • Michi - 10 years ago

    My vote is for "Oh, the Thinks You Can Think!" Though "One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish" is great as well: "from there to here and here to there, funny things are everywhere"!

  • Crystal - 10 years ago

    My favorite is Fox in Socks!

    Luke Luck likes lakes
    Luke's Duck licks lakes
    Luke Luck likes lakes that Luke's Duck licks
    Luke's Duck licks lakes that Luke Luck likes

    Classic!

  • haylie - 10 years ago

    green eggs and ham is my favourite that i have read because its unusual and different to other books that authers have done for younger children or even adults. green eggs and ham is like a tongue twister when going through each page especially when trying to read it alot faster.

  • LMac - 10 years ago

    There are so many favourites that it is hard to pin point just one. I read "Mr. Brown can Moo! Can you?" to my son and that is his favourite right now.

    I also love The Grinch, it is a Christmas tradition.

    Just a note to those above, Go dog Go was written by P.D Eastman, but a really good book too.

  • Josh - 10 years ago

    You can't forget How the Grinch Stole Christmas. I think that's better than Green Eggs and Ham, even though it's a great story as well.

  • XX$$XX=) - 10 years ago

    Dr seuss you rock!

  • Judith Fenley - 10 years ago

    Of all the many favorites, I claim THE LORAX, my most faved of all. He is his political and humorous best. It is a classic and an important one for us all from kindergarten to college classes. There is a visceral understanding of the ecological crisis communicated, yet instills hope and the prodding of our creative best. Blessings and gratitude to Dr Suess!

  • Heather - 10 years ago

    I remember reading Green Eggs and Ham in Kindergarten and then making green eggs and ham in class after we finished the book. Good times...

  • Yoyo - 10 years ago

    You are all fucking fruit cakes...the 2 best books of all time were "There's a wocket in my pocket" and "Wacky Wednesday" and if u disagree...go suck a cock!!!

  • Alex - 10 years ago

    As said before, you should add in "Oh, The Places You'll Go." I've had it read to be at all the biggest stages of my life and before moving to college I bought the book finally and now I read it from time to time. I love Dr. Suess' creations and HAPPY BIRTHDAY Dr. Suess!

  • Alyssa - 10 years ago

    I love One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish. It is a great book. Happy Birthday Dr. Suess!!!!!

  • Anne - 10 years ago

    Go Dog Go is my favorite

  • Rosie - 10 years ago

    green eggs and ham is my fave and is always read to us at school xxxxxxxxxx

  • Annie Gerth - 10 years ago

    I love susses's work! i grew up with them! i love them all but my favorite one is hortian hears a who. i think it is funny even now when in 22 years old!

  • Jerold Johnson - 10 years ago

    Hello.... you should add in, "Oh the Places You'll Go!" Once of the best books ever to give to anyone going through transition... a child graduating from Jr. High and moving into High School. A high school or college graduate. Moving to a new place or job. Excellent and encouraging tale of the journey along Life's roads...

    Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss!

    Jerold Johnson
    Los Angeles, CA

  • Sarah - 10 years ago

    Oh, The Place You'll Go is the best!!

  • chipper jones - 10 years ago

    go dog go is the best

  • Dylan - 10 years ago

    Oh man that is a hard one. But I had to give my vote to "One Fish Two Fish." But I do feel a little bad for "Hop on Pop."

    These stories shaped my childhood.

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