Green Eggs and Ham
Probably the easiest book to read would be "Green Eggs and Ham" by Dr. Seuss.When Dr. Seuss was first writing, a man bet him serious money that he couldn't write a book with only 50 different words. And you know what Dr. Seuss did? He wrote the whole book "Green Eggs and Ham" using only 50 words. With its repetition and short words that are EXTREMELY easy to understand, "Green Eggs and Ham" is the easiest book to read. Plus, it's one of my favorites.
Dr. Seuss wrote with a limited vocabulary because he was writing for children and children don't know as many words as adults do.
The Cat in the Hat
Well, Dr Seuss had been writing for several years when his publisher approached him. He expressed that the children's book industry was lacking in books for very young readers and had drawn up a list of easy to read words. He asked Seuss to write a story using only the words on that list. After a ton of work Seuss had written The Cat In The Hat. It is rumored that the same publisher bet Seuss that he couldn't write a book using fifty words or less. There is no proof to this, but Green eggs and ham has exactly 48 words. There is also no proof that the publisher never paid the fifty dollars.
You're Only Old Once by Dr. Seuss
The results was "Green eggs and ham". A friend made this hard for Suess.
The book is called One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish. by the one the only docter Seuss
Dr. Suess wrote Green Eggs and Ham after betting his publisher, Bennett Cerf, that he could not write a coherent story using just fifty words. Seuss certainly won that bet.
The only one I've read is "The Seven Lady Godivas."
Only Words - book - was created in 1993.