Really Fab Cards stock a great range of Dr Seuss greeting cards.
We love the story: In the mid 1950s, many Americans were asking themselves 'Why can’t Johnny read?'. In a Life magazine article, Pulitzer Prize-winning author John Hersey maintained that American children couldn’t read because their classroom primers were boring and “antiseptic” and could not compete with cartoons, comics, and other more fun and interesting stimuli. So, he challenged Theodor Geisel, a.k.a Dr. Seuss, to write a story “first graders wouldn’t be able to put down." And, using a vocabulary of only 236 words, that’s just what Dr. Seuss did.
In 1957, Random House published The Cat in the Hat and those 236 words revolutionized the way children learn to read.
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