May-18

Dr. Seuss (2 March 1904 – 24 September 1991)

Green Eggs and Ham

a — am — and — anywhere — are — be — boat — box — car — could — dark — do — eat — eggs — fox — goat — good — green — ham — here — house — I — if — in — let — like — may — me — mouse — not — on — or — rain — Sam — say — see — so — thank — that — the — them — there — they — train — tree — try — will — with — would — you

[ Ref.: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Green_Eggs_and_Ham#Background ]

The Cat in the Hat

a — about — all — always — and — another — any — are — as — asked — at — away — back — bad — ball — be — bed — bent — bet — big — bit — bite — book — books — bow — box — bump — bumps — but — cake — call — came — can — cat — cold — come — could — cup — day — dear — deep — did — dish — do — dots — down — fall — fan — fast — fear — fell — find — fish — fly — for — fox — from — fun — funny — game — games — gave — get — give — go — gone — good — got — gown — had — hall — hand — hands — has — hat — have — he — head — hear — her — here — high — him — his — hit — hold — home — hook — hop — hops — house — how — I — if — in — into — is — it — jump — jumps — kicks — kind — kinds — kite — kites — know — last — let — like — lit — little — look — looked — lot — lots — made — make — man — mat — me — mess — milk — mind — mother — mother’s — my — near — net — new — no — not — nothing — now — of — oh — on — one — our — out — pack — pat — pick — picked — pink — play — playthings — plop — pot — put — rake — ran — red — rid — run — sad — said — Sally — sank — sat — saw — say — see — shake — shame — she — shine — ship — shook — should — show — shut — sit — so — some — something — stand — step — stop — string — strings — sun — sunny — tail — take — tall — tame — tell — that — the — their — them — then — there — these — they — thing — things — think — this — those — thump — thumps — tip — to — too — top — toy — trick — tricks — two — up — us — wall — want — was — way — we — well — went — were — wet — what — when — white — who — why — will — wish — with — wood — would — yes — yet — you — your

[ Ref.: http://www.seussville.com/CITH_50th/pdfs/tr_classic236words.pdf ]