Book Review & Giveaway: Fox in Socks & The Cat In A Hat by Dr. Seuss
It’s not surprising that Dr. Seuss is the world’s best-selling children’s author with over 650 million books sold worldwide — his style is truly unique! One in four American children receive a Dr. Seuss book as their first book.
I love Dr. Seuss books because they are so original and full of fun! The rhymes and repetition help children learn to read and the books are perfect for reading aloud together with your children. The books also teach life lessons but in a subtle way and with plenty of humour!
Harper Collins have just released some of the classic Dr. Seuss books with new covers and we’re celebrating that with this review and a giveaway further down.
We’ve added two of the classic books to our library — The Cat in the Hat and Fox with Socks.
The Cat in the Hat is an iconic book and probably the most famous of Dr. Seuss’ books. In this story Sally and her brother are left alone and think they’ll have a really boring day on their own until the Cat in the Hat shows up, bringing with him mayhem and madness.
The book is full of fun and adventure and it’s a classic that every child should have in their library.
Fox in Socks is another classic but one that’s new to my family. Fox in Socks teaches a baffled Mr. Knox some of the slickest, quickest tongue-twisters in town, and you can read along too if your tongue can manage it!
Reading this book is so much fun with all the tongue twisters and it’s sure to make you and your children laugh out loud when reading it together. The illustrations are really colourful and bright in this story too, which I love. It’s a new favourite!
Both books and many more Dr. Seuss books are available to buy from Amazon.co.uk.
For a chance to win a copy of Fox in Socks, enter my Rafflecopter below. Terms & Conditions apply. UK entrants only. The giveaway will end on the 8th of June 2016.
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We were sent these two books for this post. As always, all my reviews are 100% honest and all thoughts and opinions are my own.