Green Eggs and Ham
by Dr. Seuss Illustrated by Dr. Seuss
Reviewed by Matthew L. (age 6)
Matthew L. is a student in Ms. Meehan's 2nd Grade Class
The book begins when Sam tries to get his friend to eat green eggs and ham. His friend tells him he doesn't like them, so Sam chases him around to try to get to eat green eggs and ham in strange places. Sam tells his friend to eat them in a boat, with a goat, and in a tree, but his friend doesn't like them anywhere. Finally Sam's friend is tired of being chased,and he finds out that he likes green eggs and ham alot. Sam and his friends remain best friends.
My favorite part of the story is when Sam's friend eats the green eggs and ham because it's nice to try new things. My favorite character is Sam because he wants to help his friend try something new. This story relates to me because I didn't like fish, but when I tried it I liked it very much. This story has pictures and it helps tell the story by showing imagination.
Others should read Green Eggs and Ham because this book teaches a good lesson in a funny way.