Neil Gaiman reads Green Eggs and Ham

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11 thoughts on “Neil Gaiman reads Green Eggs and Ham

  1. Just a few days ago, or so, I had the opportunity of a life time: to red Green Eggs and Ham with Kinders. They had been bouncing here and there and every where. When I noticed a small boy by himself. He had two copies of Green Eggs and Ham, so I took that as an invitation. His eyes sparkled with delight when I asked if I could join him. Sometimes I read, sometimes he read, especially with words, like and and, sight words he was working on. And then those bouncing five-year-olds gravitated towards us and sat down quietly without any cues. One sucked her thumb as age listened to the familiar. Happy Ending for all involved.


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  3. Neil Gaiman? Green Eggs and Ham? Wow! Brilliant! What’s not to like, Gene! Green Eggs was an absolute favourite childhood book – and I can still quote vast chunks of it. Thanks so much for this. Delightful nostalgic moment or twenty. Ali


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