A family favorite for ages 1 to 101, this perennial New York Times bestseller is perfect for graduates--or anyone embarking on a new life journey! Join Dr. Seuss as he celebrates the potential to fulfill your dreams with his own unique brand of fun and rhythmic prose. Seuss' familiar pajama-clad hero conveys the simple, yet never sappy message--life is filled with good times and bad, but through it all "There's fun to be done." Illustrated.
Hardcover Book : 48 pages
Publisher: Random House ( February 10, 1990 )
Item #: 10-382860
Product Dimensions: 8.0 x 10.88 x 0.4inches
Product Weight: 13.0 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
I bought this book for my son when he was 1 year old. He is 7 now and we still read it. It is so fun and whimsical. Of course with it being Dr. Suess there are a few words he can't read himself but it's much more fun to read it together anyway.
Reviewer: Christi M
This is a wonderful book for little kids as well as big ones. My children are 4 and 7 and they request it often as a bed time story. I think the underlying story is so important I have given it as a graduation gift for both high school and college. I highly recommed this book...it's great for all ages.
Reviewer: Julie B
I have never considered Oh, the Places... as a challenge to young people to make wise choices as they commnence upwards and onwards during graduation season. Yet, this is exactly what the work is. It also encourages bravery for those times when things don't GO quite well... .
Reviewer: Tamaril M
This book is one of my favorites! It's a book about the journey of life and things life throws at all of us. One of my teacher's acutally read this to my class at my senior highschool graduation. As soon as I found out I was pregnant with my first child, I ran out to get this book. This is a wonderful book.
Reviewer: Andrea S
I brought the complete set of Watch me Grow for my 4 yr old son and was disappointed and will be returning the full set. Its an okay book for browsing at the cycle of how an animal grows but not a good reading book.
Reviewer: Erica V