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Now that Green Eggs and Ham is in its second season at Netflix, it’s the next greatest obsession for kids everywhere (and a relief for parents who want their kids to stop streaming Paw Patrol on Paramount+ 24/7). If your kids can’t stop talking about the silly characters in this new hit series, there are other ways to bring the whimsical world of Seuss to life–in books!
From streaming after dinner to bedtime, or just in general, bringing the Dr. Seuss book collection into your home is the best idea. Kids will love the colorful images and the fun storylines of famous classics. And, it’s a wonderful way to introduce kids to the rest of Dr. Seuss. Be sure to check out the options below for their next bedtime story.
What better way to bring about a Seussical day than collecting the entire beginners collection? With timeless classics like The Cat in the Hat and Hop on Pop, kids will love being able to choose one from a collection every evening. The collection also includes the fan favorite Green Eggs and Ham.
These fun plush toys will give kids the mayhem of the books in their interactive creative play. Whether they’re replaying the book with their friends or just taking The Cat on a new adventure, they’ll enjoy hours of play.
Earth Day is this month, and a great option to bring awareness to our environmental habits is The Lorax. Dr. Seuss approaches the topic in a way that is fun but informative for both parents and young children.
Another fabulous collection comes with some lesser-known but equally loved classics from the children’s author. These sturdy books will last a long time, and the books will give babies and young children tongue twisters that will keep them entertained. Kids can enjoy the following titles: Ten Apples Up On Top!; Oh, the Thinks You Can Think!; Hop on Pop; and The Shape of Me and Other Stuff.
Bedtime is about to get a little rowdy for kids, who can use this book to learn about animal sounds with this fun book. It’s a creative way to help kids learn new animal sounds while encouraging reading.
My dad used to read this to me as a kid, and it was one of my fondest memories of bedtime. If your kids like silly goos and have enjoyed reading about Bartholomew Cubbins’ 500 hats, this one is a must-have for any collection. As a bonus, you can also take an afternoon to make your own oobleck thanks to PBS.
Help inspire your kids with the travel bug with this fun all about adventuring. If your kids fall in love with it too much, never fear–you can always pick up the coloring book for hours of whimsical fun.