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Not my personal favorite, but my kids love for me to read these stories to them. These are not as simple to read as 'general' Dr. Seuss stories (think "Cat in a Hat"). Each page has a LOT of text and one picture per page, but the stories are still fun!
This is a quick, enjoyable book to read. Very glad they've assembled some of his old stories from magazines into one book. All the stories share Seuss characteristics of fun reading, lopsided language, great colorful drawings and lessons learned within the text. These are not among his best, however. Still a worthwhile read and very close to his usual talent, just not quite up to par.
Your Favorite Seuss: A Baker's Dozen by the One and Only Dr. Seuss
is filled with his best works.
I read this to my granddaughters when they come to visit. We all like the story. Only reason I dropped this to a 4 is because it seemed to take forever to get here. Not sure why, maybe I missed one of the items I ordered being out of stock - I ordered Box of Clementines, the Bippolo Seed, and Progressive International 12 piece Seasonal Cookie Cutter together - but it took well over a week from the time I ordered until it shipped. Once items shipped they arrived in the expected shipping time for the shipping method I chose.
It was a fun read. It's a piece of history, the lost stories! I could easily see the "shirt spot" story turning into the cat and the hat with thing one and thing two. The evolution of that one was obvious but fun. It's hard not to rhyme when you've just read stories by Dr. Seuss!
Great little book with a perspective that I adore about Seuss. I can buy the other books later but these I might miss. Think about it. This is a few very early stories and drawing that should be part of a collection. His books changed later on and this is an interesting way to look at things as well.