Favorite Book From Childhood

This prompt was an easy one; I didn’t need to think about it. My favorite childhood book has to be Dr. Suess’s “Green Eggs and Ham”. I loved all the Dr. Suess’s books that my Mom ordered or bought for my brother and I. I took to them like a fish takes to water.

The moral of the story still lingers in my mind as far as food goes, never say you don’t like something until you have tried it. I know people who have never tried a cuisine or delicacy because of the color or how it looks. Same goes for anything in life, don’t judge what you see by simply the cover.


3 thoughts on “Favorite Book From Childhood

  1. You loved the books. you learned them by heart. You sat on my knee and I read to you at first. You learned to read them yourself so fast. Very special times for me.

  2. I think I need to read me some Dr. Seuss. It has been so sooo long and I bet many of them…if not all are such a treat!!

    My favourite childhood book was David’s Father by Robert Munsch. I remember my kindergarten teacher reading it and saying the girl was me. I also read Charlotte’s Web so many times my Mom had to tape pages back together.

  3. Thanks for reading my post, I really enjoyed writing it. The Dr. Seuss books were a staple in almost everyone’s home when I was growing up. I have never heard of David’s Father but I will now have to look for it. I don’t think we are ever too old to re-read or read children’s books. I feel that there is always a part of us that remains a curious child, if we only don’t crush it and set it free. I am sure that we must of read Charlotte’s Web when I was a kid as it was first published in 1952. I take it that you are probably still a avid reader due to your thirst for books as a child.

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