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DR. SEUSS Game Giveaway

By Jackie Burrell
Monday, July 28th, 2008 at 1:01 pm in Contest.

Horton Hears a Who gameRemember Horton, hearer of Whos? He’s the inspiration for the new “You to the Rescue” game for kids ages 4 to 8. Players take turns rescuing colorful clovers – and therefore Whos – with their Horton trunks. Very, very cute. And it could be yours! All you have to do is click “comments” and tell us your favorite Dr. Seuss book. (This contest is now closed. Congrats go out to Shay, the “Hop on Pop” fan who won!)

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  1. Rachel Crisman Says:

    I guess this is where I am supposed to enter for the Dr. Seuss game. My favorite book is How the Grinch stole Christmas.I watch the movie every year and I just love that story!

  2. Dee Dee Says:

    I am a first-time G-mother with a very smart (in my opinion) little Grand-daughter, she is 22 months, potty-trained,knows numbers to 20 and alphabets with assistance & does not have a problem saying “Git-Back” when she needs some space, she is very much into books and games and I think she might find this one entertaining – A Doting G-Mother

  3. Maria P. Says:

    Thank you for this! The Cat in the Hat would my favorite.

  4. Cathy Says:

    My earliest memory of Dr Seuss is reading “One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish” in the hospital as a small child. It kept me entertained during a scary period in my life. Definitely my fave Dr Seuss book! :)

  5. Shay West Says:

    “Hop on Pop” is my favorite Dr. Seuss book, as it was the first book I ever read for a book report! First grade was a bazillion years ago, but I clearly remember doing the book report on “Hop On Pop”. My six-year old son likes “Hop on Pop” too!

  6. bunny Says:

    Dr Seuss rocks! I love Green Eggs and Ham, and The Cat in The Hat!! :)

  7. Katie Lipka Says:

    As a child I memorized Go Dog Go at age 4 (actually PD Eastman – same genre). Apparently I couldn’t get enough of it! My son Ethan memorized Ten Apples Up On Top at age 3 because he had heard it over and over (and over!) again. His nana actually thought he was reading it! That one was written under the pen name Theo. LeSieg and is used in elementary and nursery schools today.

    As an adult I love reading The Lorax to my children. But the book that still speaks to me the most is Oh, The Places You’ll Go! That one has to be my favorite.

  8. Susan C Says:

    My very favorite Dr. Seuss book is Marvin K. Mooney Will You Please Go Now! It’s very funny about a guest who won’t leave.

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