Oh, the Places You'll Go!
"Don't be fooled by the title of this seriocomic ode to success; it's not 'Climb Every Mountain,' kid version. All journeys face perils, whether from indecision, from loneliness, or worst of all, from too much waiting. Seuss' familiar pajama-clad hero is up to the challenge, and his odyssey is... show more
"Don't be fooled by the title of this seriocomic ode to success; it's not 'Climb Every Mountain,' kid version. All journeys face perils, whether from indecision, from loneliness, or worst of all, from too much waiting. Seuss' familiar pajama-clad hero is up to the challenge, and his odyssey is captured vividly in busy two-page spreads evoking both the good times (grinning purple elephants, floating golden castles) and the bad (deep blue wells of confusion). Seuss' message is simple but never sappy: life may be a 'Great Balancing Act,' but through it all 'There's fun to be done.'"--(starred) Booklist.
Publish date: January 22nd 1990
Publisher: Random House, Inc.
Pages no: 44
Edition language: English
One of my all time favorite books! The protagonist leaves home and travels through many different landscapes and places. He continues to explore and think about the places he will eventually travel to! I would use this as an end of the year book with students writing where they would like to either ...
Well, in my opinion most of Dr. Seuss works are much better than this one. So I must admit that I was surprised and disappointed.
Oh, the Places You'll Go! is a book about the journey of life. It is very inspiring! This book tells the reader that wherever you go, it will be great. This book would be a good read aloud for grades 1st-5th. For the older grades, students can research a place he or she would like to travel to and w...
I think that this is one of those classics that every child needs to read at some point. I think that besides having this just in the classroom. I think that I could use this on Dr. Seuss's birthday, along with his other books.
This is a creative story that captures both the ups and downs of life. This would be a great story to use in the classroom as a self esteem tool. This book could be used to encourage students to set their goals and work toward them, while reminding them that although attaining those goals may not be...