Not only does he win NFL playoff games, he'll teach your kids to read.
Tim Tebow is among the celebrities taking part in BOOK IT!, a reading incentive program sponsored by Pizza Hut. In a video which figures to go viral on social media sites, Tebow reads the Dr. Seuss classic "Green Eggs and Ham."
"Pretty much how I learned to read was Green Eggs and Ham. There were a few others that I loved. Andrew Henry's Meadow, The Boy with the Little Toy Drum, but Green Eggs and Ham definitely was my favorite," Tebow said in an interview on a webcast interview about the BOOK IT! program.
The Broncos star said he used the Dr. Seuss book to help overcome a childhood reading disorder.
"I was diagnosed with dyslexia when I was a little boy. So finding ways to overcome that, finding ways to really enjoy what I'm doing and enjoy reading and finding ways to process things. It has nothing to do with your intelligence, it just has to do with how you process things," Tebow said.
"So for me finding books like Green Eggs and Ham, Andrew Henry's Meadow, Pokey Little Puppy and the Boy With The Little Toy Drum -- finding things that I really enjoyed and loved doing was awesome. It really helped me to overcome that and overcome those obstacles," Tebow says.
Theodor Seuss Geisel, aka Dr. Seuss, published 46 children's books which were known for their creative characters and trademark rhymes. Green Eggs and Ham was first published in August of 1960 and has been one of the best selling English-language children's books in history.
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