I have loved Dr. Seuss books for as long as I can remember. When C.(13) was little, I began a collection of Dr. Seuss books for him. We would read them together night after night, giggling at the silliness, enthralled by the rhymes. As he got older, he passed them down to L.(5), who now enjoys the silliness and rhymes just as much.
One Dr. Seuss book that both of my kids really liked is And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street. The main character has a rich imagination — something my boys can relate to! And the simple story combined with detailed and fun illustrations made this book one that was pulled from the shelf over and over.
I was recently given the opportunity to try out a new iPad app from Oceanhouse Media — an interactive version of And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street. If you’re curious, check out my review on 5 Minutes for Books.
And if you’re interested in possibly reviewing toddler and preschool apps for review on 5 Minutes for Books, click over to get more information from Managing Editor Jennifer Donovan at the bottom of my review!