Dr. Seuss 111th birthday is on March 2nd, and there’s so much to celebrate! Dr. Seuss has captured the hearts of the young and old with his whimsical rhymes, imaginative illustrations and zany characters. A child is never too young to introduce Seuss’ poetic meter to. Reading to an infant helps with brain development and fosters a bonding experience. Dr. Seuss mastered the repetition of sound throughout his stories, which makes his books perfect for beginner readers learning to connect sounds and letters to form words and sentences. Wacky plots and tongue twisters make his books thoroughly entertaining, inspires creative thinking and promotes pre-reading skills. Dr. Seuss’ stories, such as the Lorax, also teach valuable life lessons; whether it’s about responsibility for the environment, never giving up, or being true to yourself.
Celebrate Dr. Seuss’ birthday with a FREE gift! Every new member will receive a free Dr. Seuss Reading & Growth chart for a limited time. Show young readers how they can grow with books! Record reading milestones while you mark your child’s growth inch by inch. The Reading & Growth chart comes with Dr. Seuss stickers to personalize your child’s name and the Dr. Seuss books he or she has read. Don’t miss out on this terrific keepsake and fantastic Dr. Seuss books at a great value!
You can download a free Covey booklet.
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Americanvision.com is giving away a book. It is in paperback format with 114 pages.
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You can download a PDF version of the book titled Training Your Brain for Dummies.
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Mylanpharms.com is offering a free book called 2010 Generic Brand Reference.
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A site is offering a free book titled God’s Bible Pathway.
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You can receive a copy of the book titled The Nativity by Mark Weimer.
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