For The Fans Of Dr. Seuss

Do your kids love Dr. Seuss? Mine do. I believe my six year old daughter is a rhyming champion thanks to Dr. Seuss. Basically she talks with rhymes at all times.


So that’s why I am super excited to introduce a new digital book app from Dr. Seuss: “Green Eggs and Ham – Read & Learn”, available exclusively on iOS for iPad and iPhone.

Green Eggs and Ham – Read&Learn is an educational book app to encourage interactive reading experience, by combining the already loved classic Dr. Seuss stories. Only this time there are more amazing animations and hidden surprises.

There are more than 30 learning activities hidden throughout the book app which were perfectly integrated so kids can learn the most. My daughter enjoyed the spelling activities the most because she is already so good at it.

Every page on the app has animation that made my kids even more excited to continue with an app.


My 3.5 year old was impressed and couldn’t wait to swipe, tilt and drag to uncover surprises, which really helped him get in the story and stay motivated.dr seuss games

I personally loved that every word was highlighted and there was a paragraph replay option. I felt this as a huge advantage to my 6 year old daughter as she is beginner reader.


 For Parents 

As a mom I am very cautious of letting my kids use digital devices and especially apps. I carefully select them and closely supervise my kids while they are on it, especially my little one. I was very released when I found out that this app book doesn’t have any in app purchases.

The other thing that I loved about this digital book app that it has a parents menu with some app stats that show you the progress of child’s reading: minutes read, pages read, books read. I found this very useful with my 6 year old daughter as my 3 year old still is too young to be left unsupervised using app on his own.


 If you and your kids love Dr. Seuss I highly recommend trying out Green Eggs and Ham book app. 
I appreciate Oceanhouse Media for letting us try it out this app. This post has been sponsored by Oceanhouse Media, but all opinions are my own.