Oh, the Places You’ll Go By Dr. Suess Review!

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Bit late with this post but this review is did as part of the Children’s Books Readathon organised by James J. Cudney from This Is My Truth Now …

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Oh, the Places You’ll Go (1990) by Dr. Seuss was the final book published in Seuss’ lifetime.

The story follows a young boy called you and told through a narrator. It is very clever how Suess created the character to symbolise the reader setting out on this journey and through that helped children (and big children!) feel more a part of the story. Throughout you sees much life and experiences many new places and situations and comes to The Waiting Place. Like the name suggests this is a place where not much happens and everyone is waiting for something to occur. This place represented to me a turning point and a lot of questions that would be thought-provoking for the protagonist…

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