Another Dr. Suess book! This book is a famous one. In the book, there is person trying to get Sam to try green eggs and ham. However, Sam effuses to eat them He refuses in a box, on a train, here, there, and many different places. After the begging and pleading of the other character, Sam finally tires the green eggs and ham and really enjoys them! When I was elementary school, my class was taken to the library. That day, the librarian read us Green Eggs and Ham and after we read the story, we had actual green eggs and ham to eat! It was such a fun day. I would definitely do that with my students. I would also teach the students that just because something looks bad on the outside, it could be very good on the inside. It does not always mean it is something bad. Just like the cover a book. The cover may seem boring, but when you being to read, you can't stop! There are many different things you could do with this book. U think the lower grades (indergarten to 2) would get to the most fun and benefit from the story. The book is a level of a 2.2.