Dr. Seuss published his first book for children, And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street, in 1937. That was over 80 years ago! Since that time Dr. Seuss characters and their stories have consistently been story time favorites for kids all over the world. Snuggle up and listen to this video read along of Rachel Ray reading Green Eggs and Ham.

Click on a book jacket below to listen to even more Dr. Seuss favorites in online video read alongs. Laughing is not optional...you won't be able to help yourself!

Free Online Dr. Seuss e-Books:

The LoraxDr Seuss on the LooseHow the Grinch Stole ChristmasGreen Eggs and Ham

More FREE Online Reading:

Dr. Seuss Printables:

Seuss RhymeSeuss BuzzSeuss Maze


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A Dozen Classics for a Dr. Seuss Rainy Day (or any day!) Marathon

"The sun did not shine, it was too wet to play, so we sat in the house all that cold, cold wet day." Turn those frowns upside down with one of these sure winners from the king of zany rhyming. #indyplkids IndyPL_CarrieW

The Cat in the Hat and Other Dr. Seuss Favorites


A fun loving, but mess making cat brings an afternoon of fun to two kids stuck at home on a rainy day.

Green Eggs and Ham


Sam, a picky eater, does not want to even try a new food - green eggs and ham.

The Lorax


The Once-ler tells the story of the brown barbaloots, the swomee swans, and trufula trees and the affect pollution had on their ecosystem.