I love to look at those lists that they give to professors that explain the state of the matriculating freshman class. You know what I’m talking about? The ones that say things like, “They have never lived in a world where Madonna wasn’t famous.”
Naturally, I look at my daughter and wonder what kind of world she will matriculate into. At two, she’s already saying things like, “We should text Daddy and tell him!”
Even Dr. Seuss is a different experience for her. We’ve been reading Green Eggs and Ham, The Cat in the Hat, Hop on Pop, and of course the very popular One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish. But we also have been enjoying playing a game based around The Lorax on the iPhone. It’s called Lorax Garden and the game picks up where The Lorax ends – you have been given a Truffula seed, and now it’s your job to plant it and take care of it.
Read the rest of Kristen Rutherford’s review of Dr. Seuss as an app over on GeekMom.