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“Green Eggs and Ham”

How well do you know Dr. Seuss’s “Green Eggs and Ham”?

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6 Responses to Braingle

  1. SKL says:

    I got 1 wrong. Once again, it was me trying to prove I was too smart for their tricks . . . .

  2. Joy says:

    I too embarrassed to tell you how many I got wrong!!! I haven’t read Green Eggs and Ham for many many moons!

  3. Laura says:

    I got 90% – I got the year published incorrect. (I can *almost* recite it)

    Josh got 90% – I gave him the first one, ’cause I knew he wouldn’t know it. But he also got one other question wrong.

    Steve got 80% – he didn’t know the year, and didn’t know one other question.

  4. SKL says:

    You would think I’d have it memorized – we do own the book. But I guess that’s one good thing about having 1000 books – your kids let you switch up rather than read the same one over and over. At this point Miss E can read that for herself, and as for Miss A – we’ll see if she gets on a Sam-I-Am kick over the next year or so. So far she hasn’t seemed terribly impressed by Dr. Seuss.

    • Laura says:

      Sam-I-Am and Fox in Socks were my absolute favorites when I was little. I think my mom had to buy new copies of each, ’cause I wore out the first ones! And my brother, Jim, used to read me Fox in Sox. He’d get to the “through three trees freezy breezes blew” one, and just take off. He could do that one soo fast! I don’t know if he still remembers it, but at one point, he had it memorized. My favorite was always the Tweedle Beetles.

  5. Phyllis says:

    9/10. I missed the year it was published. I read this book with my kid brother, and it was my granddaughter’s favorite book out of them all from the time she was 9 mos. old til I don’t even remember. Her next favorite was about Grover on Sesame street.

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