My Many Colored Days by Dr. Seuss

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Stars: ***

(Board Book Version)
Illustrations by Steve Johnson and Lou Fancher

Celebrate the Author Note:

Dr. Seuss is one of my favourite children’s authors so I didn’t want to cheat and just re-read some of his books that I’ve read a million times. So I decided I’d read a few of this books I haven’t read yet as well as a book about his life. Dr. Seuss books were read in March.

I had seen this book before but hadn’t got around to reading it. I read the board book version so I don’t know if it’s any shorter than the larger version. This is one of the few books that is written by Dr. Seuss but not illustrated by him. Most of the other books like this he has signed as Theo LeSieg.

It’s explains how he feels on certain colored days.

“Gray Day… Everything is gray. I watch. But nothing moves today. Then all of a sudden I’m a circus seal! On my orange days that’s how I feel.

The illustrations are beautiful paintings, very creative too. It was a pretty good book.

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