Holy Cow — How Did We Miss THAT?

An Amazon reviewer commented that the word ‘Seuss” was misspelled on the cover of The Day I Met Dr. Seuss
My knee-jerk reaction was that the reviewer was wrong. They COULDN’T be right!!! or could they?
I looked.
I shrieked with horror!!!
They were right.
I dashed off an email to my cover creator who sent [...]

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Dr Seuss or Harry Potter - a new opinion

Sorry, I was away for a few days and therefore delayed posting the latest opinion on Harry Potter books or Dr. Seuss books - which have had the most impact on kids’ reading?
Harry Potter Builds Lifelong Readers & Thinkers
There is no denying the powerful influence of Dr. Suess. Back in the 1950s, kids learned [...]

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Dr. Seuss versus Harry Potter?

Here’s another response to my question of:
Harry Potter books or Dr. Seuss books - which have had the most impact on kids’ reading?
I like the methodology of this response, weighing characters, plots and setting for each. Well, without further ado, here it is:
How can I begin to compare the works of Dr. Seuss and [...]

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Harry Potter vs. Dr. Seuss, Part II

So I asked, in my last post
Harry Potter books or Dr. Seuss books - which have had the most impact on kids’ reading?
and invited others to weigh in with their opinions. Dr. Seuss is currently winning by a landslide. I’ll have to beat the bushes to find some J.K. Rowling fans. Surely [...]

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Harry Potter vs. Dr. Seuss

It’s an absurd question really — an apples and oranges comparison, but I’ll ask it anyway:

Harry Potter books or Dr. Seuss books - which have had the most impact on kids’ reading?
And, since this is my blog, I’ll post my answer to this question first:
I believe that books by Dr. Seuss have had the [...]

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