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Dr Seuss Dr Seuss is one of the most well known childrens authors of all time and for good reason at that With classic books such as Green Eggs and Ham One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish and Dr Seusss ABCs children and adults alike are drawn to his imaginative stories and catchy style of writing He makes reading fun by using rhyming words as well as including many colorful pictures easily keeping a young childs attention Although some may say Seusss use of nonsense words is uneducational I believe it promotes the use of imagination and creativity Nobody that I know of can actually define a Zizzer-zazzer-zuzz or a Ruffle-Necked Sala-ma-goox as used Seuss used in his books Dr Seusss ABCs and Scrambled Eggs Super but that leaves it to the young readers mind to imagine how these unheard of characters look and act I like nonsense it wakes up the brain cells Fantasy is a necessary ingredient in living its a way of looking at life through the wrong end of a telescope Which is what I do and that enables you to laugh at lifes realities -Dr Seuss Be able to enjoy a story is equally important to what is learned from it and millions of people enjoy the stories of Seuss each day Seuss helps the reading process along by making reading fun for children He uses rhyming words like in his book Fox in Sox The line When beetles fight these battles in a bottle with their paddles and the bottles on a poodle and the poodles eating noodles makes reading slightly easier for young readers by repeating words as well as using words that are similar to each other giving children an advantage when learning to read Ever since before I could read my favorite book was Green Eggs and Ham and Im sure that what drew me to it was that just
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