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In honor of Dr. Seuss’ birthday (March 2) this first week of March has been filled with some delightful Seuss book apps and activities.
Here’s a few of our favorites “Seuss-related” titles that have been showcased at Oceanhouse Media this last week:
Dr. Seuss Beginner Book Collection #1 by Dr. Seuss: 5 classic Dr. Seuss books all wrapped up in 1 app!
The Dr. Seuss Beginner Book Collection #1 contains five exciting Dr. Seuss titles for young readers. Enjoy The Cat in the Hat, One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish, The FOOT Book, Mr. Brown Can Moo! Can You? and Fox In Socks all in one omBook!
CLICK HERE to get this app on Amazon, Nook, and iTunes.
Horton Hears a Who! by Dr. Seuss
“I’ll just have to save him.
Because, after all,
A person’s a person
No matter how small.”
Horton the Elephant hears a small speck of dust talking to him. It turns out the speck of dust is actually a tiny planet, home to a city called Who-ville, inhabited by tiny inhabitants known as Whos. Their Mayor asks Horton to protect them from harm, which Horton happily agrees to do, proclaiming throughout the book that “even though you can’t see or hear them at all, a person’s a person, no matter how small.” In doing so he is ridiculed and forced into a cage by the other animals in the jungle for believing in something that they are unable to see or hear. How will Horton and the Whos escape this predicament?
CLICK HERE to get at the App Store, Nook, Amazon, HP webOS, and Google Play
Here’s a list I did awhile back on JIAB.
Lesser Known Dr. Seuss Books
– And To Think I Saw It On Mulberry Street
– The Sneetches
– If I Ran the Circus
– Oh Say Can You Say (another book of tongue twisters)
– Did I Ever Tell You How Lucky You Are
– There’s a Wocket in My Pocket!
So Happy Birthday to Dr. Seuss! We’re so happy that you decided to bless us with your brilliant mind and colorful characters.
This first week of March has also been a treasure-trove of fun “Seuss-related” activities for kids of all ages. Here’s our Top Seuss Picks:
This craft and writing activity inspired by the Dr. Seuss book Oh, The Places You’ll Go! was a big hit with the kids at Inner Child Fun .
Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas: Make DIY Dr. Seuss’ OOBLECK!
More “Seuss-inspired” treats and eats at Keitha’s Chaos! (Love McElligot’s Pool)
LOVE this FOX IN SOCKS DR. SEUSS KID CRAFT!
What Seuss-y fun will you create this weekend?
Enjoy more month-by-month activities based on the classic children’s tale, The Secret Garden! A Year in the Secret Garden is a delightful children’s book with over 120 pages, with 150 original color illustrations and 48 activities for your family and friends to enjoy, learn, discover and play with together.
Whimsical author/illustrator Marilyn Scott-Waters and I created this book to not only encourage families to read and participate in some “unplugged” activities, but to also delve into the beauty and the wonder of this classic children’s tale. Get the full scoop on this vibrant book HERE and “meet me in the garden!”