About Dr Seuss Book Club
Joining or starting a Dr Seuss book club is one of the best ways to connect with your young children, begin teaching them important reading skills and allow them to experience the joys of reading.
About Dr Seuss
Dr Seuss is one of the best-loved children's authors in American history. Dr Seuss characters like The Cat in the Hat, Yertle the Turtle, the Grinch and Thidwick the Big-Hearted Moose are beloved friends that kids (and their parents) can relate to and love.
Dr. Seuss, whose real name was Theodor Seuss Geisel was born in 1904. Throughout his long lifetime, he was a prolific author. Today, there are more than 60 books on the Dr Seuss book list!
There are many famous Dr Seuss quotes that nearly everyone can recite from memory. Examples of these quotes include "Do you like green eggs and ham? I do not like them Sam-I-Am" and "Today is gone. Today was Fun. Tomorrow is another one."
Joining The Dr Seuss Book Club
The Dr. Seuss and His Friends Book Club is a popular club from book publisher Early Moments. The club works like this:
- Sign up for the club and receive a welcome package. This package is a great deal, typically four free books and free shipping when you buy "The Cat and the Hat" for $4.99.
- Read over your welcome materials and see what you think. You can cancel at anytime or even return your welcome package for a full refund (but most parents are thrilled with the quality and choose to continue).
- You'll receive two hardcover Dr Seuss books each month for less than $5 a book. It's the easiest way to build your Dr Seuss book collection.
- Cancel at anytime, there's no commitment.
You can also give subscriptions as a gift. What parent wouldn't love a Dr Seuss baby shower gift or a Dr Seuss birthday present for their child? It's the easiest way to compile a large Dr Seuss book set.
Dr Seuss Reading Groups
Once you have a collection of Dr Seuss books, why not start a reading group for your kids?
Find a group of parents who have kids of a similar age. Then, get together once a week or once a month to read your Dr Seuss books together.
You may even consider making your Dr Seuss book club even more fun by acting out scenes from the book with your children, dressing up like the characters or holding the meetings at places related to the books you're reading.
For example, if you're reading "Mr. Brown can Moo, Can You?" hold the meeting at a farm and practice making animal noises! Check out these great kid reading group pages, as well:
What's Your Favorite Dr. Seuss Book?
Dr. Seuss wrote more than 60 books - that's a lot to pick from! Do you have advice for other parents? What's the Dr. Seuss book you most love reading with your kids and why?
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