Dr. Seuss book lists
There is so much I love about Dr. Seuss. He was so creative, and he wasn’t afraid to be strange or make a statement. And even with the silliness, his books are smart. My love for him as an author mixed my propensity to hoard books, well, you can imagine. Let’s just say I have a lot of Dr. Seuss books. I don’t have them all yet, but between Goodwill, the library used books sale, and the buy 2 get one free deals at my local book store, I’m working on it.
My 2 year old loves Dr. Seuss, too. In fact, he went through a stage when the only book that we could read to him before a nap or bedtime was Fox in Socks. That meant reading it out loud 2-3 times a day. It’s a great book, just loooong and full of tongue twisters, and I was getting quite tired of it! He’s mercifully since moved on, and if I’m in the right mood, I can recite the entire thing. But that’s beside the point.
I thought I would share with you a couple of book lists I’ve compiled. Click here or click on the images below to get the lists FREE. (No I haven’t printed it and highlighted the ones that I own so I know which ones I have left to buy. Ahem. Who does that?!)
The first one is just all of the Dr. Seuss books in ABC order. This may be fun to use in your class for Read Across America Day. Maybe you could have a Dr. Seuss read-a-thon. Or you can keep it as a challenge for the entire class throughout the year.
Notice all of the books that are on a 3rd and 4th reading level! Dr. Seuss is not just for the younger grades. There is something for everyone.