The Problem

In some low-income neighborhoods, there is only one book for every 300 children.

The Solution

Students with easy access to books tend to score higher on achievement tests.

So why Dr. Seuss? Because he’s the man with the plan, the plan to familiarize young readers with valuable literary devices, like alliteration, metaphor, symbolism and, of course, rhyme!

What You Get

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