Oh The Places You’ll Go Giveaway Hop

Welcome to the second annual Oh, the Places You’ll Go Giveaway Hop, hosted by The Kids Did It and The Mommy Island.

On Monday, I got stuck behind a school bus on my way to work. That was the first time in months. School is obviously back in session. August still seems early to me. It’s still hotter than blue blazes here in Atlanta, the air conditioning is running full blast, and it seems like summer isn’t near over yet. But if school has started, it must be, at least for certain definitions of “over”.

This hop is named for one of the many, many (many) terrific books by the late and very great Theodore Geisel, better known to all as Dr. Seuss. Did you know that once upon a time, before that mischievous cat ever found himself in that hat, Dr. Seuss drew editorial cartoons (for grown ups) during World War II? Who knew?

In addition to all of his wonderful books for children, he also wrote one book for “obsolete children”. Titled You’re Only Old Once! it is written and illustrated in Seuss’ singular style, but aimed at an audience that is just a few (dozen) years older than the audience for The Cat in the Hat and Horton Hears a Who.

But for all the places you’ll go, and all the time you might spend waiting while someone else has gone there, I have a giveaway. The winner will receive their choice of a $10 Amazon Gift Card or a $10 Book from the Book Depository. Perhaps an armchair trip to one of those places you’ll go.

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For more great prizes, be sure to visit the other stops on the hop!

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208 thoughts on “Oh The Places You’ll Go Giveaway Hop

  1. Go Dog Go is my favorite and my daughters. I just got a 6 book collection of Seuss at a garage sale for .10 like new.

  2. I live in Belgium and even though I read through my hometown’s entire library, I don’t remember ever reading Dr Seuss!

  3. Can I say “all of them”? Dr. Seuss books were the first I read to my son’s and now they are being read to my grandsons!

  4. Green Eggs and Ham! When I discovered GEAH in a friend’s library, I couldn’t get enough of it. (But I never did get my own copy.)

  5. Thanks for the giveaway; I love How the Grinch Stole Christmas and Yertle the Turtle. 😉

  6. What’s your favorite Dr. Seuss book?

    easy…green eggs and ham,but i never ate a green egg

  7. They ate all great. My favorite is How The Grinch Stole Christmas. My grandkids have a few of their own. 🙂

  8. My favorite Dr. Seuss book is Green Eggs and Ham. I love all the Dr. Seuss books though!

  9. I have to pick just one favourite?? I love so many!! The Places You’ll Go is my favourite “serious” one. How The Grinch Stole Christmas is my favourite holiday one. But my overall favourite is Green Eggs and Ham – and the copy I read to my kids is my copy from when I was little, the one my mom used to read to me. Love it!!

  10. Our favorite is Green Eggs & Ham, but it’s hard to decide!
    Thanks for having this giveaway!

  11. I love Oh The Places You’ll Go. It was read to my high school graduating class years ago, and it made me cry so hard just thinking about what I could achieve! Even thinking about that moment or the book makes my eyes well up.

  12. My favorite Dr. Seuss book is Go, Dog. Go! I remember being mesmerized by their party in a tree.

  13. My great grandchildren love Green Eggs & Ham. I had to make them green eggs one day and they were so excited!!!

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  15. My favorite Dr. Seuss is “The Cat in the Hat.” It is a very funny story. My other favorite Dr. Seuss book is “Green Eggs and Ham.”

  16. My favorite is “Hand, Hand, Finger, Thumb”. I think I have it pretty much memorized.

  17. Green eggs and ham. So much so that when I was little my big sister dyed scrambled eggs green for me

  18. I had a large collection of Dr. Seuss from a young age so I don’t have one favorite, I just love all of them.

  19. I have always liked Go Dog Go. I have read it to every one of my kiddos from the time they were born.

  20. I’m going to have to go with Green Eggs and Ham. It’s my youngest son’s favorite and we have read it alot.

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