Green Eggs And Ham By Dr. Seuss

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Green Eggs and Ham
By Dr. Seuss Green Eggs and Ham by Dr. Seuss is about a little creature that calls himself “Sam I am.” This creature throughout the books holds a platter of green eggs and ham in a platter trying to convince this man who does not like him very much to try these green eggs and ham. The narrator (who is not given a name in the book) continuously attempts to avoid him throughout his journey of this world they live in, however, it did not stop Sam from following him with the platter in his hand. Sam offers it to him with various servings and locations but the narrator does not budge and becomes extremely irate. After countless attempts in trying to get the narrator to try the green eggs and ham, he finally gives in at the end and begs Sam to leave him alone if he tries it. The narrator takes a bite and miraculously loves these green eggs and ham and claims he would eat it with anyone or anywhere. By the end, the narrator does not have so much of a dislike for Sam. Green Eggs and Ham is geared toward children in the middle childhood age group. From researching online, it is most appropriate for children from kindergarten to second grade. During each domain of development for this child, specifically in the physical state, many changes are going on for the child. Much of the height and weight gain takes place and the child’s primary or as other people may call “baby” teeth start to deteriorate. Children in this age group are able to become more involved and

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