This month marks the birthdate of Theodore Geisel . . . and the wisdom of Dr. Seuss got us thinking of our own favorite children's books. Here are a few votes. Post your favorite, too!
"I'm one of those guys who doesn't remember a ton about my childhood. The earliest book I remember enjoying was the Curious George books, probably just because the monkey was cute. Maybe I wanted to be a safari guide or a zoo keeper at one point."
General Manager for WAY Radio
"In 1960, age 5 (had my 6th birthday in the hospital) I had Rheumatic Fever and was not expected to live. During my 3 month stay in the hospital Pinocchio was read to me many times and I was told that, like Pinocchio, I could grow up to be who my Creator envisioned me to be."
Director of Marketing for NRB
"Loved Huck Finn. Have wanted to float the Mississippi on a raft ever since! Tried to take a trip down the Mississippi a couple summers ago. Found out they don't just let anybody rent a boat and go on it."
Speaker for "The Garlow Perspective"
"While my mom worked, my Grammie, who lived with us, often read to my sister and I the abridged story of Heidi, and I think it was my favorite, because she found something, yes someone, in her little attic alcove amongst the whispering pines and starry night."
Operations Manager at WSEW/WWPC
So . . . what was your favorite?