Dr. Seuss Horton Hears a Who!

Dr. Seuss Horton Hears a Who!

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Fun Kids Book My kids love most of the Dr. Seuss books when they can get their hands on them. They are fun and colorful and my kids love pointing out the pictures. My daughter talks now so sometimes if she know something she will say it out loud which is great to help her learn. Rhyming words as well to teach her many things.

Dr. Seuss books are so good for kids to use when theyve learned to read but arent ready for more words.

Amazing story Such a wonderful example of compassion and self sacrifice, perfect for the little ones and adults. Love!

Great book! We love all the Dr Seuss books but this one is especially good because it's about Horton the elephant! My son had to have 2 of these stuffed animals until he was 3 because he loved Horton so much!!

Who doesn't love this book?! So so so cute. All of my kids have grown up with this book as one of their staples. 16, 9, and 6 yrs old, they could each prob do their own reviews on the spot. It's timeless, full of morals, rich with life lessons about people they will undoubtedly encounter, and heartwarming.

Very cute book my daughter loved it.

This is one of my favorite Dr. Seuss books. I love how persistent and consistent Horton is.

I love it. I love the rhymes. It is quite entertaining. To see it all played out in the movie is awesome.

A very cute book for kids.

We love ALL Dr. Seus books in our house!! Horton hears a Who has such an in-depth meaning. It was a good teaching tool for our 7 year old. We love the movie, too. :)

Horton hears a Who is a very interesting book for children. What is really nice about the books of Dr. Seuss is that in addition to being funny and entertaining they can be used to introduce complex philosophical topics to very young children. In this case it is about how we learn to think the way in which we think, why we believe that something is real or not, and can we always rely on our senses and previous experiences when we are looking for the truth or should we sometimes use our intuition.