Citizens’ Sentiments


What is your favorite Dr. Seuss book or other favorite children’s author?Editor’s Note: Dr. Seuss’ birthday will be celebrated on March 2, highlighted by the Read Across America campaign.

Malinda Sells (Yadkinville) “I like ‘Mr. Brown Can Moo! Can you?’ It’s a fun book to read out loud and have the kids participate. They get involved with the story. It’s the most fun to read aloud.”


Stephane Koreneff (Yadkinville) “Mom read a lot of Dr. Seuss to us when we were younger. I really always have liked ‘Green Eggs and Ham.’ I know it’s a classic, but I really like that one.”


Christy Ellington (Yadkinville) “As far as Dr. Seuss books, my favorite is ‘The Foot Book.’ It’s very whimsical. It’s good for children who are learning left and right so I think that’s a really good one. Colorful illustrations, easy to read. I know my kids read that a lot.”


Malinda Sells (Yadkinville) “I like ‘Mr. Brown Can Moo! Can you?’ It’s a fun book to read out loud and have the kids participate. They get involved with the story. It’s the most fun to read aloud.”

Stephane Koreneff (Yadkinville) “Mom read a lot of Dr. Seuss to us when we were younger. I really always have liked ‘Green Eggs and Ham.’ I know it’s a classic, but I really like that one.”

Christy Ellington (Yadkinville) “As far as Dr. Seuss books, my favorite is ‘The Foot Book.’ It’s very whimsical. It’s good for children who are learning left and right so I think that’s a really good one. Colorful illustrations, easy to read. I know my kids read that a lot.”

Malinda Sells (Yadkinville) “I like ‘Mr. Brown Can Moo! Can you?’ It’s a fun book to read out loud and have the kids participate. They get involved with the story. It’s the most fun to read aloud.”
http://yadkinripple.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/web1_Malinda.jpgMalinda Sells (Yadkinville) “I like ‘Mr. Brown Can Moo! Can you?’ It’s a fun book to read out loud and have the kids participate. They get involved with the story. It’s the most fun to read aloud.”

Stephane Koreneff (Yadkinville) “Mom read a lot of Dr. Seuss to us when we were younger. I really always have liked ‘Green Eggs and Ham.’ I know it’s a classic, but I really like that one.”
http://yadkinripple.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/web1_Stephanie.jpgStephane Koreneff (Yadkinville) “Mom read a lot of Dr. Seuss to us when we were younger. I really always have liked ‘Green Eggs and Ham.’ I know it’s a classic, but I really like that one.”

Christy Ellington (Yadkinville) “As far as Dr. Seuss books, my favorite is ‘The Foot Book.’ It’s very whimsical. It’s good for children who are learning left and right so I think that’s a really good one. Colorful illustrations, easy to read. I know my kids read that a lot.”
http://yadkinripple.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/web1_christy.jpgChristy Ellington (Yadkinville) “As far as Dr. Seuss books, my favorite is ‘The Foot Book.’ It’s very whimsical. It’s good for children who are learning left and right so I think that’s a really good one. Colorful illustrations, easy to read. I know my kids read that a lot.”
What is your favorite Dr. Seuss book or other favorite children’s author?Editor’s Note: Dr. Seuss’ birthday will be celebrated on March 2, highlighted by the Read Across America campaign.
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