Fun Feature For February Fridays

For the Love of Books

Fun Feature For February Fridays: Bookerly Questions.

When Dave shared this comment, I had to email him and find out which Ted Geisel book he was talking about: think you can guess? (For hints about Dave, visit Wiz Speak and read some of his posts”)

“On March 28, 2002 Rosa, I bought a Ted Geisel book. I read it, marked in it, wished in it and then propped it up behind my computer…where it still sits today.” —Dave

Was it:
a) The 500 Hats of Bartholomew Cubbins
b) Hunches in Bunches
c) Oh the Places You’ll Go!
d) Great Day for Up!
e) I Can Lick 30 Tigers Today!
f) Did I Ever Tell You How Lucky You Are?

If you were to choose a Dr. Seuss title, read it, mark in it, wish in it, and then prop it up behind your computer, which would you choose?

Fun and games here if you need some inspiration:
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Comments

  1. says

    Ah, but the best book ever is: Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day by Judy Blume. GREAT story for kids and adults alike. Timeless, as a matter of fact. Rosa, I’ve been neglectful of your blog of late…not commenting but catching posts every day or so…but, I’m back! What great writing! You are a Really Smart Woman Online…hey, maybe I should start a series with that title. See how you inspire me? What’s not to like about that?