Wednesday, May 25, 2016

OH, THE PLACES YOU'LL GO! By Dr. Seuss / Book Review

By: Dr. Seuss
Published by: Random House Children's Books
Released on: January 22nd, 1990
Ages: All
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Rating: 5 stars - We Love It!
Source: book from publisher in exchange for my honest review / purchased books

In this joyous ode to life, Dr. Seuss addresses graduates of all ages, from nursery school to medical school, and gives them the get-up-and-go to move mountains with the unrivaled exuberance and charm that have made Dr. Seuss's books favorites for years.

A perfect gift for graduation, Oh, The Places You'll Go is an inspirational read with a message that reminds it's reader that today is your day! The world is wide open and full of possibilities. No mountain is to high to climb. You're on your way! Today is your day! Go out and make the most of your life. Set your goals, and accomplish them. Nothing is out of your reach. 

An inspirational read for all ages. This is one of my favorite Dr. Seuss books. I love that this is a book for readers both young and old. Kids will enjoy the message geared towards them in this book, and adults will see the real message from Dr. Seuss. "TODAY is your day! Your mountain is waiting. So... get on your way!"

This is a book I purchased for each of my kids, and plan to give them when they graduate. As the end of each school years comes to an end, I ask each of their teachers to write a little note for my kids, and include it in each of their books. Not only will they have they have a book that inspires them, they'll have a book full of post it notes from each of their teachers with an inspirational note inside. 


  1. What a classic! It's so hard to choose a favorite Dr. Seuss book; there's just too many good ones. But this one has to be one of the most inspirational of the bunch. Like you said, it's perfect for graduation. Or anytime!

  2. YAY for loving this one :D And aw, it looks so cute. <3 Thank you for sharing about it sweetie :)


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