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Oh, the Places You'll Go!

by Dr. Seuss

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Absolutely love this book. This is a great book to give to anyone especially those starting a new journey in life. ( )
  ARamirez33 | Mar 30, 2014 |
Author: Dr. Seuss
Title: Oh, The Places You'll Go!
Illustrator: Dr. Seuss
Publisher: Random House
Date: 1990
Page: 56
Type: Poetry
Summary: A boy is off on adventure he is starting a new chapter in his life. He has to do things on his own and just go with the flow. It is a rhyming book and has the unique illustrations that Dr. Seuss uses. It's telling you to never give up.

I like this book, well I love all of Dr. Seuss's books. He is very creative and always rhymes even if he has to make up words. His characters and creatures are always unique. I love it!
  emfro20 | Mar 25, 2014 |
A good rhyming book to read when one is considering on making a path in life. Dr. Seuss's main reason for writting this book was to prepare seniors on going to college where they will find many paths to take. Sometimes two paths can take you to the same destianation, others will take you to completely different ways. This book is defintely for the older students as the plot structure of the book is geared to older students. This was also the last book of Dr. Seuss. ( )
1 vote sabdelaz | Mar 25, 2014 |
Author Dr. Seuss
Title Oh, the Places you'll Go
Illustrator
Publisher Random House
Date 1990
Pages 56

Short Summary This book is about all the places you can go in an imaginative world. It is a journey of a boy who is referred to as you who embarks on the way to find his place in the world.
in the book the line where it says “you” will come to a place where “you” will have two paths to take, which one will “you” take? Then “you” comes to a waiting place, here everyone is waiting either for a bus or a phone call. The waiting will end and “you” will get that bus or that call.The book goes on to end on a happy note.

Tags or headings. A tag in this book would be making decisions and finding yourself. Making decisions because you have to decide which path to take in the book and finding yourself because the book takes you on a journey.

My Response. I liked this book once I re read it at my age now I get the understanding of the book. When I read it as a child I think all I cared about were the pictures because at that age I didn't know the whole meaning to the book. ( )
1 vote Mihalevich | Mar 21, 2014 |
An awesome book. A must read for all ages. ( )
  maheswaranm | Mar 20, 2014 |
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This is a great inspirational story that gives children hope for the future. Great to use at the end of the year.
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Oh, the Places You'll Go! is a story to help children with their rhyming skills. Throughout the story the main character is traveling to far and near places. He ventures into lands that all different. He gets scared one place, happy at another, and so on. The story is about how children should not be afraid of experiencing the world. In fact, after visiting new places you can gain appreciation for your home and how secure and known it is to you.
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Amazon.com Amazon.com Review (ISBN 0679805273, Hardcover)

Inspirational yet honest, and always rhythmically rollicking, Oh, the Places You'll Go! is a perfect sendoff for children, 1 to 100, entering any new phase of their lives. Kindergartners, graduate students, newlyweds, newly employeds--all will glean shiny pearls of wisdom about the big, bountiful future. The incomparable Dr. Seuss rejoices in the potential everyone has to fulfill their wildest dreams: "You'll be on your way up! / You'll be seeing great sights! / You'll join the high fliers / who soar to high heights." At the same time, he won't delude the starry-eyed upstart about the pitfalls of life: "You can get all hung up / in a prickle-ly perch. / And your gang will fly on. / You'll be left in a Lurch."

But fear not! Dr. Seuss, with his inimitable illustrations and exhilarating rhymes, is convinced ("98 and 3/4 percent guaranteed") that success is imminent. As long as you remember "to be dexterous and deft. And NEVER mix up your right foot with your left," things should work out. (All ages) --Emilie Coulter

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Advice in rhyme for proceeding in life; weathering fear, loneliness, and confusion; and being in charge of your actions.

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