Thursday, March 6, 2014
The Day I Met Dr. Seuss
Author: Anne Emerick
Publisher: Amazon Digital Services
Date: September 8, 2012
Print Length: 22 Pages
About The Author
Anne Emerick is a self-published author of 10 books for the Kindle e-reader. She writes a blog that helps other authors with self-publishing and marketing issues.
A Dream to Meet Dr. Seuss
This ebook began with an "Author's Note" that told about Ms. Emerick's admiration and strong desire to meet Dr. Seuss when she was a child. She actually wrote a letter to Dr. Seuss in 1989 and asked for an appointment and interview. She received a polite letter from a secretary saying that Dr. Seuss was not available for an interview.
This is a rhyming fiction story about a girl who met Dr. Seuss. The girl in the story was named Annie G. Magee and she had her heart set on meeting Theodor Geisel (Dr. Seuss).
Annie traveled to California and did not give up until she met Dr. Seuss and asked him to reveal his secret for coming up with the ideas for his stories.
The author listed some interesting facts about Dr. Seuss at the end of the story.
I am a HUGE Dr. Seuss fan and I loved reading his books to children when I worked as a school librarian. I could never go wrong with a Dr. Seuss book!
"The Day I Met Dr. Seuss" was a delightful story with rhyming words and a very believable plot. The girl in this story displayed persistence and perseverance in her quest to meet and interview her favorite author.
The Author's Notes at the beginning and end of the story were very interesting and showed that Ms. Emerick also displayed persistence and perseverance in her quest in getting this story published.
This would be an excellent story to share with children and encourage them to think about questions they would like to ask their favorite author.
I recommend this short story to readers of all ages.
My Rating: 5 Stars Out Of 5
FYI - I downloaded this ebook during a free promotion on Amazon.Com. Please check the current price before purchasing.
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