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The 30 Book Dr. Seuss Giveaway

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In anticipation of Dr. Seuss’s birthday on March 2nd, we are having a big Dr. Seuss Giveaway !!!!  30 Dr. Seuss classics will be going to one very lucky home.

Theodor Seuss Geisel (March 2,1904 – September 24,1991) was an American writer, poet, and cartoonist most widely known for his children’s books written under the pen names of Dr. Seuss, and Theo LeSieg.

Publishing 46 children’s books with imaginative characters, rhyme, and frequent use of trisyllabic meter. His most celebrated, and some of our favorite books include Green Eggs and Ham, The Cat in the Hat, One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish, Horton Hatches the Egg, Horton Hears a Who! and How the Grinch Stole Christmas.

Dr. Seuss’s birthday, March 2, has been declared National Read Across America Day, which was created by the National Education Association. I’ll be reading one of my favorite Seuss books out loud over at Ft. Craig School of Dynamic Learning.

It is in keeping with our Jump into a Book tradition to place loved and cherished book collections into the hands of families around the world.

This Giveaway includes these Classic Dr. Seuss Titles:

  • Bartholomew and the Oobleck
  • Did I Ever Tell You How Lucky You Are?
  • Dr. Seuss’s ABC
  • Dr. Seuss’s Sleep Book
  • Fox in Socks
  • Green Eggs and Ham
  • Happy Birthday to You
  • Hop on Pop
  • Horton Hatches the Egg
  •  Horton Hears A Who
  • How the Grinch Stole Christmas
  • Hunches in Bunches
  • I can Lick 30 Tigers Today and Other Stories
  • I can Read with My Eyes Shut
  • I Had Trouble in Getting to Solla Sollew
  • If I Ran the Circus
  • If I Ran the Zoo
  • Mr. Brown Can Moo! Can You?
  • Oh Say Can You Say
  • Oh the Places You’ll Go One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish
  • Scrambled Eggs Super
  • The Cat in the Hat
  • The Cat in the Hat Comes Back
  • The 500 Hats of Bartholomew Cubbins
  • The Foot Book
  • The Lorax
  • The Sneetches and Other Stories
  • There’s a Wocket in My Pocket
  • Yertle the Turtle

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Giveaway closes at the end of March 1st 2012 at 11:59 pm .The winner will be announced on Dr. Seuss’s birthday March 2nd 2012. Open to readers 18 yrs and older globally. Your country must have a postal delivery service. Good Luck !!!!



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386 thoughts on “The 30 Book Dr. Seuss Giveaway

  1. Hmm I already entered a blog comment but that raffle copter thing didn’t take my entry… mour favorite is green eggs and ham!

  2. I always loved Hop on Pop. To me, each page was a different little story that I could read all by myself.

    1. Hop on Pop always sat right next to Green Eggs and Ham on my book shelf growing up. It’s one of my favorites too.

  3. My favorite Dr. Seuss book? Hmmmmmmmm, so many to choose from! But I think I can say, There’s a Wocket in My Pocket and How the Grinch Stole Christmas with Green Eggs and Ham a close 2nd!

  4. Oh my, I can’t pick only one favorite. I LOVE them all. I also like the Dr. Seuss plush characters that Kohl’s Cares program promotes. I’m such a fan of Dr. Seuss anything and everything steals my heart.

  5. What a great giveaway! Dr. Suess is wonderful. I was in fact just noticing that we are missing our copy of Green Eggs and Ham–my son’s favorite!

  6. Oh, the Places You’ll Go was given to me by my family upon high school graduation. Inside, each of my family members wrote me a personal send off and wishes. It’s still one of my favorites because of the special messages inside my copy—even after this book knocked mine off the NY Times Bestseller list when graduation time rolled around…Even after all these years, that Dr. Suess still can strut his stuff (and sell lots of books!). A (very!) nice giveaway, Valerie! -heather

    1. What a wonderful memories Heather. How does it feel to have Dr. Seuss knock you off the NY Times Bestseller list? That’s an incredible memory in itself. I still love reading Dr. Seuss after all these years. It never gets old. Thanks for sharing your special memories with us here.

  7. My favorite book is either Hop on Pop or One Fish, Two Fish- oh but I do love so many of them!

    1. It’s hard to pick sometimes isn’t it? Both choices are greatly loved over here. Good Luck.

    1. Who could have thought a “Save the Planet” message could rhyme. He was just a genius. Good luck to you.

  8. I love Dr. Seuss!! My first and favorite was THE B BOOK….thought it was amazing (as a kid) that a whole book was written after my initials!

    1. How fun. I wonder what a “V” book would have been like? Good luck in the giveaway

  9. amazing giveaway! thanks for sharing another wonderful treasury. i love reciting the funky ABC book.

  10. It’s a tough choice but I’m going to go with “One Fish Two Fish”. “I can lick 30 tigers today” is my son’s favourite today.

  11. I love all of them but I guess I’d have to say my favorite is Horton Hatches an Egg.

  12. His books are really well written. It’s a great giveaway. I don’t know if it’s open to international readers of your blog, though. In case it is, please, count me in. Best regards from Barcelona, Spain,
    Marta

    1. Hi Marta! Wow that’s incredible that your writing us from Spain. The giveaway is open to all. The Cat in the Hat is one of our favorites too. Thanks for stopping by and good luck.

  13. Dr. Seuss was a genius! One of my favorites has always been There’s a Wocket in my Pocket. Excellent giveaway!

  14. I love Dr. Seuss, my personal favorite is The Lorax – I used to teach environmental law and have a print of the Lorax speaking for the trees on my wall.

  15. My favorite Dr. Suess book is a tie between “Green Eggs and Ham” and “Oh The Places You’ll Go” I actually LOVE them all!!

    nancyecdavis AT bellsouth DOT net

  16. My favorite Dr. Seuss book as an adult is “The Lorax”. We might even break down and bring our lil’ man to see it as his first big screen movie in March. We gave bookmark valentines to family and friends of the Lorax…a lil’ nudge with love!

  17. We are huge Dr. Seuss fans in this house and check out a ton of his books from our library this time of year for his big birthday celebration 🙂

  18. Horton Hears a Who. Favorite book because my youngest daughter insists upon this book at bedtime. She also can’t wait to read (she’s 3) she says so she can read it to me.

  19. The favorite at our house is Fox in Socks. My boys, aged 3, 5 and 10, and I laugh so hard at the tongue twisters we can barely read it! My favorite part is ” When beetles battle beetles in a puddle paddle battle and the beetle battle puddle is a puddle in a bottle…they call this a tweetle beetle bottle puddle paddle battle muddle.”

  20. My girls favorite is Fox in the sock, they asks daddy to read almost every night before bedtime.

  21. We just love “And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street!” It’s so true of myself (even MANY years later) and the children always laugh at the ending.
    And many others

  22. I love The Cat in the Hat because it was the first book I learned to read when I was 4 yrs. old!

  23. We’re starting to homeschool in the fall and this would be a great start to our “school” library! 🙂 Green Eggs and Ham was the first book my daughter read on her own!!

  24. green eggs and ham! actually, today my troubled reader, 7 yrs old, read this book aloud- the first book she has ever read completely on her own! this book is going in her keepsake box! 🙂

    1. Oh how special. Congratulations Elizabeth to both you and your daughter. It was my very first book to read too. Many both of you have many happy reading moments together.

    1. Wonderful Katie. Thanks for the RT. I’ll catch you over there with a big thank you too. Good Luck.

  25. Love Love Horton hears a who! Getting ready for Dr. Seuss week at work (school) already been through one set of ink cartridges ……Thanks for the chances!

  26. My boys and I really like “Mr Brown Can Moo, Can You?”. But all of his books are great!

  27. Thanks for such a great site about books. Can’t wait to learn more! My kids love “Did I ever tell you how lucky you are” and “Green Eggs and Ham”

  28. Dr. Seuss has always been a favorite. Not only did I read his books as a child, but I also had an LP that had Green Eggs and Ham and Fox in Socks on it. I would play it over and over until I had it memorized and could say every word along with the narrator!

  29. My favorite has to be How the Grinch Stole Christmas! I have memorized it! I recite it every year at Christmas to my four kiddos!:)

  30. Love Dr. Seuss books. When my girls were toddlers one of their all time favorite books was Mr. Brown can Moo Can You, Love it.

  31. I love reading Dr. Suess books to my kiddos. My favorite books are Oh, The Places You Will Go and Cat in the Hat!

  32. Love Dr. Seuss books! Hop on Pop, Green eggs and Ham, one fish, two fish, Mr. Brown Can Moo! Can You? are our favorites

  33. My favorite Dr Seuss book is “Oh, The Places You’ll Go”! What a fun giveaway, thanks!

  34. I would love to win this so I could donate it to my daughters’ school. Dr. Seuss is well loved and the books we have show it. This would be wonderful!

  35. My favorite is his first book, “And to Think That I Saw it on Mulberry Street”! I love how it speaks to the vast imagination of a child.

  36. What a fabulous giveaway! My favorite as a kid was Green Eggs and Ham. (My mom wasn’t a Seuss fan so we didn’t have many of them. Now it’s probably The Sneetches.

  37. I have written a One Fish Rap that my kids sing every year . . . we do an entire Dr. Seuss concert and they all love it! We need these books!

  38. I loved the nose book and the feet book but don’t really have a favorite…I have several I’ve managed to keep from childhood and read them to my son when he was growing up.

  39. Our school is dressing up for Dr. Seuss’s birthday next week. I am going to dress up as Foo-Foo the Snoo…SO EXCITED!!! Can’t wait to see the students!!!

  40. I’ve always loved The Foot Book and my daughter now really loves Horton Hears a Who and Horton Hatches an Egg, she loves that elephant!

  41. My daughter had The Cat in the Hat nearly memorized when she was 2.5, and at one point, I was reading it so often to her that I started to read it as if it were a Broadway number.

  42. Thirty books?! That’s amazing! Can’t wait to see The Lorax — hope it’s as good at the book!

  43. Loved these books when i was growing up and would love to share them with my daughter now. She’s trying to learn to read now. Thanks

  44. I love Dr. Seuss books (painted my daughter’s dresser to look like the cover of One Fish Two Fish)! One of my favorites is ….On Mulberry Street.

  45. Green Eggs and Ham…so many of my students over the years are amazed that they can read that long of a book themselves…it is so exciting and motivating for them 🙂

  46. What an AMAZING Giveaway!!! I would love to get all these Dr. Seuss Books!! I have so many favorites of his! I think my most favorite is The Sneetches!!

    Ali

  47. My favorite is “Oh the Places You’ll Go.” Thanks for the chance to win! My class loves Dr. Seuss! 🙂

  48. Our first grade class will spend all of March working with his wonderful rhyming books.

  49. My Kinder friends love Dr. Seuss. They are excited to share their favorites during our Dr. Seuss week.

  50. I’ve always loved the Lorax! As a first year teacher it would be incredible to win! Thanks!

  51. Love all of these…..My favorite is probably The Lorax…not wait Green Eggs and Ham….no, Horton! I can’t pick! I just love ’em all!!

  52. I absolutely LOVE Dr. Seuss! And being a first year teacher, would LOVE to win this amazing collection!

    Megan

  53. Thank you for this contest! I am planning to make Oobleck with first graders this week!

  54. Dr. Seuss was a genius! I love Hooray for Diffendoofer Day. Teach them to think-a message to take to heart.

  55. I’m looking forward to exploring your blog! Hopefully I can get some Dr. Seuss books too!

  56. I would love to win this contest! I teach Kindergarten and there are many books in this giveaway that I do not have in my collection yet!

  57. My favorite Dr. Seuss book is The Foot Book…”Oh how many feet you meet”. My first was born wth clubfoot so this has always been a favorite in our family!!!!!

  58. Wow! What a great giveaway. I honestly can’t pick a single favorite. I love so many of them for so many different reasons. 🙂 I will say that I’m reading Oobleck with my 6th graders on March 2nd. Then we’ll conduct science experiments and make our own oobleck. What a great inspiration this man is.

  59. Dr. Seuss would be honored by this giveaway! Thank you for the opportunity and I’m crossing my fingers. First graders adore his books which means my classroom collection has literally been “loved to pieces” and most titles need replacing.

  60. What a fun giveaway!! 🙂 being a kinder/first grade combo teacher
    This would be so awesome to win!!

  61. Favorite?!?! Just ONE?!?! Hmmm…Oh the Places You’ll Go.
    Thank you for this opportunity to win this collection!!

  62. I have been looking for some of these books and can’t find them!! I would love to win them. My favorite is If I Ran the Zoo.

  63. How the Grinch Stole Christmas has been a family favorite forever. All of the Dr. Seuss books should find their way into every family library as they promote reading.

  64. Wow! This is such a great giveaway! I love all of Dr. Seuss’ books! Hope I win!

  65. I checked out Green Eggs and Ham so often from my public library when i was young that they gave me the book. I still have it 35 years later.

  66. What a great giveaway! The Lorax is my favorite Dr. Seuss book. I can’t wait for the movie!

  67. We love Dr. Seuss! My son and I read Cat in the Hat throughout my pregnancy with my daughter. That book will always hold a special place in my heart.

  68. I love all things Seuss! Every year I do at least a week long Dr. Seuss theme as well as using The Lorax at Earth Day and Ten Apples Up On Top during my apple theme. Last year I taught a class titled Science According to Seuss at an educators’ institute. I demonstrated science experiments to go along with many Dr. Sues and Theo LeSieg books.

  69. An aMAziNg give-a-way! I think Green Eggs and Ham is my favorite b/c I have such wonderful memories of making green eggs and ham for my first graders!

  70. Love Dr. Seuss’ Birthday and “Read Across America” at our elementary school. Still searching for guest readers in our community. Happy Birthday!

  71. You can never have enough Dr. Seuss books! I have a March birthday and I would love to win this prize!!!!!

  72. I love Oh the Places You’ll Go, and I think I know Green Eggs and Ham and The Cat in the Hat by heart from reading them SO many times to my kids – both my own and at school.

  73. my favorites are the Lorax…and Green Eggs and Ham….can’t pick just one….they are all good when you are reading them to kids…
    laura

  74. I love The Cat and the Hat!! My first graders are super excited about March 2nd! Party with Dr. Seuss books and activities!!

  75. I love Green Eggs and Ham the best! But a Dr. Seuss book is great fun to do activities with!

  76. Loved reading Fox in Socks when I was little, and love to watch my little firsties listen to those tounge twisters now!

  77. I love Dr. Seuss books so much, I visit every thrift store in new cities I visit so I can try and find as many as I can to add to my collection!

  78. And to think that I saw it on Mulberry Street………love love love I remember wishing I had a walk home from school that was just as amazing!

    1. I love them all but Oh, The Places You’ll Go is probably my all time favorite.

  79. I love Dr. Seuss. I have started reading them to my 9 month old and we both had such a great time listening to the stories.

  80. Student teaching this semester. Would love to win some books to start my own collection!

  81. I am reading Ten Apples Up On Top and doing a fun activiity I created with my kindergarteners. We wil be reading Dr.Seuss books all week and doing fun activities. I have a student that can read Green Eggs and Ham and he loves it! My students really enjoy his books. My school is having a ‘Seuss on the Loose’ family night on Thursday! It will be a fun Seussical week at my school!!

  82. I love all of his books! It would be awesome to win these books for my Dr. Seuss unit!

  83. How amazing!! Love Dr. Seuss! Our curriculum at school is Dr. Seuss week lots of fun activities! My favorite is a hard decision 🙂 I guess I’ll pick Oh the Places you’ll go. But I sure do love Horton hears a who. And my 3 yr old loves The Cat in the Hat!

  84. I loved the Sneetches growing up. All time fave! Now my daughter and I love reading If I Ran The Circus. I used to work for the circus so it was a obvious fave from the beginning.

  85. Great giveaway! Dr. Suess week is my favorite unit for my Kindergarten class. Love Fox in Socks.

  86. I love Dr. Seuss!! I am student teaching right now and I have created a whole weeks worth of stuff for all subjects on him! My favorite is “Oh The Places, You’ll Go”

  87. Dr. Seuss Week is always my favorite because I can bring in Dr. Seuss books to show my first graders that I had when I was little. They love seeing my name written on the inside as a kid 🙂 My favorite book was, and still is, And To Think That I Saw It On Mulberry Street, but if I were to pick from the list, it’s got to be Yertle the Turtle! That was my mom’s favorite!

  88. My 13 month old loves to hear the stories Hop on Pop, Are You My Mother?, and ABC over and over again- I love reading them to her! 🙂

  89. As a new kindergarten teacher, I certainly hope I can add these books to my collection! Thanks for having such an awesome “contest.”

  90. My son declared one morning…”It’s Dr. Seuss Day!” So that day we read Dr. Seuss books, played Dr. Seuss games and made crazy looking Dr. Seuss pizzas for dinner. He is such an inspiration in our household! We will have to have a bday party of some kind this Friday. 🙂 My favorite Dr. Seuss book growing up and to this day is “Marvin K Mooney.” Thank you for this amazing opportunity. (I’ve sent a tweet, am a FB fan!)

    1. What fun you’re having over at your house. Have a great time celebrating Dr. Seuss’s birthday.

  91. My favorite book is green eggs and ham. My dad use to read it to me when i was young.

  92. We love Dr. Seuss! I would have to say that The Grinch Who Stole Christmas is a big favourite around here with The Lorax a close second from my daughter and If I Ran the Zoo a close second for me!

  93. Green Eggs and Ham! We’re on our third copy as the first two truly were loved “to bits”.

  94. These would be a WONDERFUL addition to my 1st grade classroom library! My students LOVE Dr. Seuss!!

  95. Oops, got too excited about the contest and forgot to list my FAVORITE book! I love Green Eggs and Ham!

  96. What a great and generous offer. My twins would love to have all of the titles, and then pass them on to another when they are done!

  97. “Oh, the places you will go”!! Makes me cry every time thinking of my own beautiful children!

  98. Our boys love The Lorax & I have been known to use Green Eggs & Ham to get them to try new foods:-)

  99. My daughter’s school is trying to expand their classroom libraries, and this would be perfect for that!

  100. Love this give away! Hope I win… I don’t have any Dr. Seuss books in my classroom =(

  101. I am a school librarian and the lunch ladies at my school are having a Dr. Seuss celebration and want to give a book to every K-4 grade student. We are a school with a growing population of students on free or reduced lunch (40 %). I would love to be able to find 120 books to give to the lunch ladies so they can promote reading and literacy and give the kids a treat next week when they celebrate Dr. Seuss.

  102. My all time favorite saying is:
    “Those who matter don’t mind, and those who mind don’t matter.”
    It has carried me through many, many years 🙂

    I know a young family who would love to have this set for their children <3

    Happy Birthday, RIP

  103. Hop on Pop was a favorite of mine growing up–I’m using it in my speech therapy sessions tomorrow!

  104. “I know up on top you are seeing great sights, but down on the bottom we, too, should have rights!”

  105. So sad I’m a day late. I just found you while googling Dr. Seuss and his books ;-). The books are not well known in Germany but what I’ve seen so far is really cute. My husband and I are fluent in English and have always read English books to our 3 children (ages 3, 6 & 8), but since as non native speakers we are not familiar with all the fun classic children’s books, we have missed out on Dr. Seuss so far. I was researching the books so we could buy one or the other for our family, so this whole collection would have been perfect for us ;-). Well, I guess we’ll start out with one book then ;-). Do you have a suggestion with which to start first? I would really appreciate your recommendation. What an awesome giveaway! Happy Dr. Seuss B-day/National Read Across America day – maks 🙂

    1. Guten Tag !!! and welcome. I speak German and have a degree in it as well. It’s so wonderful you stopped by. Well my first suggestion is Green Eggs and Ham. It was the very first book I learned how to read by myself so I’m very partial to this book. From there I would try Hop on Pop. It has easy words that your children will be able to understand and even read themselves. I love the story “The Lorax” but it might be a little difficult for your children to understand just yet as there are many invented words that even native speakers of English wonder about but the story is fantastic.

      Please feel free to have a look around this site. Our booklists are wonderful resources of classic and favorite children’s books. Many of the books we’ve reviewed and offered up many activities to go along with them. Please come back again as we have these sorts of giveaways often. Enjoy Dr. Seuss and Happy Reading.

      /Valarie

      1. Thank you so much Valarie. Have subscribed to and explored your website in the meantime ;-). So happy to have found you! Will definitely be back often. Ganz liebe Gruesse aus Deutschland – maks 🙂

  106. I am interning in a first grade class. I am so excited to teach my 2 week unit plan on Dr. Seuss. Winning these books would be a wonderful addition to my beginning collection. Good luck to us all!

    1. That was my favorite book as a kid, in fact it was the first book I learned how to read.

  107. This is an awesome thing you are doing. You are giving away opportunities for someone to read. That is truly amazing. Kids today are all about gaming and this is a great way to get them reading again.

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