Who could ever forget this classic ol' book!
As a matter of fact, this happens to be the very first book I have ever laid eyes upon, back when I was only a baby and boy how things have changed - can't blame a toddler for thinking such things (or assuming) from Dr. Seuss being actually the guy on the cover of the book to two of the characters in the book, Thing One and Thing Two, being actual real names.
From rain to successful sneakiness, the book provides to children a heck of an exciting reading experience with its rich detail picture-wise and of course, the words themselves. I, myself, am amazed that I can actually recall the simple fact that I've read this book during my childhood days countless times, and it's no surprise nor a shocker as to why, seeing as this is arguably one of the greatest children's books of all time, bar none.
We have none other than the Cat himself, who goes on about attempting to entertain the children while their mother is away with any trick he can think of, which I believe captures the reader's attention instantaenously due to a sense of magic coming into play, so to speak. And that's only the beginning - it's basically a short book that is sure to enlighten and captivate the imagination of many children that have the fortunate chance of coming across this book.
Don't have any other books around to read to your children? Then this one will do the trick, even on a daily basis.
It's quite amazing that, in my own personal experience, I know many children from friends and close ones for which I'd ask them, "What's your favorite book?" and I'll leave you to guess what they answered!