Every year Dr. Seuss’s “Oh, The Places You’ll Go!” hits all the Top Ten Book lists. And I love Dr. Seuss, and I really like this book. But here is my issue: why does every one get a copy of this when they graduate, and not a copy of a book that will get them going the right way financially? Doesn’t have to be “Financial Mistakes of New College Grads”. It could be “The Richest Man in Babylon”, one of the best fundamental guides to getting on the right track financially and about as easy a read as anything the good Doctor Seuss wrote.