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  1. Dr. Seuss's Beginner Book Collection (Cat in the Hat, One Fish Two Fish, Green Eggs and Ham, Hop on Pop, Fox in Socks) by Dr. Seuss, 2009-09-22
  2. Oh, the Places You'll Go! by Dr. Seuss, 1990-01-22
  3. Dr. Seuss's Sleep Book (Classic Seuss) by Dr. Seuss, 1962-08-12
  4. Happy Birthday to You! by Dr. Seuss, 1959-08-12
  5. Your Favorite Seuss: A Baker's Dozen by the One and Only Dr. Seuss by Dr. Seuss, 2004-10-12
  6. Dr. Seuss's ABC: An Amazing Alphabet Book! by Dr. Seuss, 1996-11-26
  7. Dr. Seuss's ABC (I Can Read It All By Myself Beginner Books) by Dr. Seuss, 1963-08-12
  8. Six by Seuss: A Treasury of Dr. Seuss Classics by Dr. Seuss, 1991-01-01
  9. There's a Wocket in My Pocket! by Dr. Seuss, 1974-08-12
  10. The Foot Book: Dr. Seuss's Wacky Book of Opposites by Dr. Seuss, 1996-11-26
  11. Oh, the Thinks You Can Think! by Dr. Seuss, 1975-08-12
  12. Did I Ever Tell You How Lucky You Are? (Classic Seuss) by Dr. Seuss, 1973-09-12
  13. Mr. Brown Can Moo! Can You? (Bright and Early Books for Beginning Beginners) by Dr. Seuss, 1970-08-12
  14. Hop on Pop (Beginner Books(R)) by Dr. Seuss, 1963-02-12

1. Featured Author: Dr. Seuss
Featured Author dr seuss from Carol Hurst's Children's Literature Newsletter. to take a look at the contributions of Dr. Seuss. He began writing children's books in the 40s few facts about

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This year is the fortieth anniversary of The Cat in the Hat Hardcover Library Binding Bilingual Spanish Cassette ) and that makes this a good opportunity to take a look at the contributions of Dr. Seuss. He began writing children's books in the 40s and most of them are still in print and even though he has been a favorite of several generations of children, it is only in recent years that children's literature writers and critics have even deigned to mention his name. No one has ever claimed that Seuss was a great poet, although many of his books use rhyme. Few would hold him up as one of the great illustrators yet neither can they deny his talent and capacity for creating delight in millions of readers.

AN INDEX TO dr seuss CHARACTERS AND UNUSUAL CREATURES. NOTE I have been receiving a lot of mail recently related to Dr. Seuss.
by Ray Hamel
NOTE: I have been receiving a lot of mail recently related to Dr. Seuss. This page was originally one of many articles I wrote for Trivia Quotient. I am not a Dr. Seuss expert, so please don't expect me to answer any questions about his life and work.
For a comprehensive list of who's who and what's what in Dr. Seuss, check out the Dartmouth publication at: With millions of books in print, and nearly all of his 50-plus titles still available for sale, Dr. Seuss was, up until his untimely death in 1991, probably the most prolific living writer behind Barbara Cartland. In fact, his GREEN EGGS AND HAM is the third largest selling book in the English language. Born Theodor Geisel in 1904, Dr. Seuss has lent his talent to advertising campaigns of the 1940s, political cartoons for PM, and a 1935 comic strip for Hearst publications called HEJJI, about a young lad's travels through the mythical land of Baako. Commendations awarded to Seuss include an Academy Award for best documentary short subject of 1945 for his writing and production of the propaganda piece YOUR JOB IN GERMANY (aka HITLER LIVES). He also wrote (but did not create) GERALD McBOING-BOING, a 1951 Oscar-winning cartoon. Seuss was awarded an honorary Pulitzer Prize in 1984 citing his half-century contribution to "the education and enjoyment of America's children and their parents."

3. Lessons From Dr Seuss
Lesson Plans. Dr. Seuss. Integrated Lesson Plan. Dr. Seuss Activity 1. Grade Level Pre5 Subject/Unit/Theme Math, Art (Cat in the Hat. Materials
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Dr. Seuss Click on the activity you wish to view, or the location you wish to visit. School Links Dr. Seuss Links Other Lesson Plans Events Staff PTA Classroom Projects ... Card Games 2000 Dr. Seuss Activities 2001 Dr. Seuss Activities Subject Area Grade Levels Themes Technology Integrated Miscellaneous For an overview of the Dr. Seuss 12 Center Plans scroll just below this box. Integrated Lesson Plan Dr. Seuss Activity #1 Grade Level: Pre-5 Subject/Unit/Theme: Math, Art ( Cat in the Hat Materials:
  • The book The Cat in the Hat by Dr. Seuss LifeSavers Frosting (powder sugar) Necco Wafer of circular tag paper Popsicle stick or toothpick for spreading frosting White paper to draw the pattern made for the hat Variety of color scraps to rip the pattern made and a cat head.
  • Students will create a color pattern and use it in the formation of a "Cat in the Hat" hat. Students will become familiar with Dr. Seuss' book The Cat in the Hat Students will tell about their pattern in a variety of forms (paper tearing, color sheet, or in written form).

4. Baby Toys UK
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Age ranges from - 18 months. FAST FRIENDLY SERVICE FROM A REAL TOY SHOP! We are delighted to now offer the Dr Seuss Range And who better than Manhattan Toys to bring the genius of Dr.Seuss to life? Now the lovable favourites that have captivated generations are available in bright, bold, fuzzy living colour. They're sure to enhance reading experiences and inspire all sorts of playful story lines. ORDER 3 0R MORE ITEMS FOR FREE UK POSTAGE Without doubt, it's the unique concepts and fine detailing that make

5. Dr. Seuss On The Web
Dr. Seuss on the Web. BBC Books Author Profile for dr seuss; Raymond Hamel s An Index to Dr. Seuss Characters and Unusual Creatures.
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6. Dr Seuss's Literature-based Resources From LiteratureBased Lesson Plans and Resources Using dr seuss s Books. DR. SEUSS - RESOURCES. FME s Tribute to dr seuss Lesson Plan. 5th Grade.
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Lots of good information about Dr Seuss. Play java games and more. Good site.
Green Eggs and Ham

Find out what prompted Dr Seuss to write this book.

Lots of interesting activities for kids.

List of all his books
Lunch with Dr. Seuss by Whimsey by A.J. Guttman
Poem Discovering the World of Dr. Seuss Grade Levels: 2-4. Objectives: The student will listen to various books by Dr. Seuss. The student will read various books by Dr. Seuss. The student will discuss the style of writing that Dr. Seuss has. The student will discover facts about the real Dr. Seuss and the different characters in his books. (uses several of Dr Seuss's books) DR. SEUSS'S SEUSSVILLE Grade Level: 3rd -5th grade lesson plan. The students will make a class presentation using information that they acquired from a specific Internet Site about Dr. Seuss. Meeting and Reading Dr. Seuss by Brenda Beaty

7. Trivia Quiz: Dr Seuss Trivia
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1. What is Dr Seuss' real name? Theodor Geisel
Neil Morgan Albert Einstein Ted Smith I don't know 2. What is the name of the Grinch's dog? Spot Max Ernie Hound I don't know 3. In the book The Cat in the Hat, what color is the cat's hat? Blue and white Red and white Green and white Black I don't know 4. Of the following books by Dr Seuss, which was NOT written for children? The Seven Lady Godivas My Book About Me King's Stilts The Five Hundred Hats of Bartholomew Cubbins I don't know Green Eggs and Ham was written on a bet. What was it? That Dr Seuss couldn't get children to eat a healthy breakfast That Dr Seuss couldn't write a book using only gibberish That Dr Seuss couldn't write a book using only 50 different words That Dr Seuss couldn't write a book in an afternoon I don't know 6. In

8. BBC NEWS | Entertainment | 10 Facts About Dr Seuss
It is the 100th anniversary of the birth of children s author dr seuss. Who was he? Here are 10 things you may have wanted to ask. 10 facts about dr seuss.


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Last Updated: Tuesday, 2 March, 2004, 21:11 GMT E-mail this to a friend Printable version 10 facts about Dr Seuss
A new US stamp: Both Dr Seuss and the Cat in the Hat liked bow ties It's the 100th anniversary on Tuesday of the birth of the children's writer, Dr Seuss, author of classics such as The Cat in the Hat, and Green Eggs and Ham. Who was he and where did he live? What was the source of those bizarre ideas? BBC News Online answers 10 questions you may have wanted to ask about one of the big cats of children's publishing. 1. Was Dr Seuss his real name?
Not exactly. His name was Theodore Seuss Geisel - Seuss being his mother's maiden name. He started using it as a pseudonym at university. He added the Dr later, as a joke, because his father had always wanted him to get a doctorate and become a professor. 2. How many books did he write? Between 1937 and 1991, when he died aged 87, he published more than 40 books, which have sold half a billion copies between them - more even than J K Rowling's Harry Potter books. He nearly burned his first book, And to think that I saw it on Mulberry Street, after it was turned down by 27 publishers. 3. Did he have children himself?

9. FindLaw For Legal Professionals
dr seuss v PENGUIN BOOKS. The Cat in the Hat is the central character in the original work, appearing in nearly every page of the Dr. Seuss work (26 times).

10. Seussqst
You are going to visit several sites on the World Wide Web all about dr seuss Random House is the Publishing Company for dr seuss children s books.
Dr. Seuss Web Quest Created by Mary Ann Albertine for Grade 2
Read and Follow the Instructions and you'll learn more about Dr. Seuss!
You are going to visit several sites on the World Wide Web all about Dr Seuss...
The World Wide Web is the Internet...
you promised to respect the rules

when you go out to another computer to get information!
Step 1.... Print this page!.... D ecide... do you want one copy per team or does every team member want their own worksheet?.... Look up to the top of the screen... see the square PRINT button...
use your mouse to point to that button...... click the left mouse button...
click the OK box... go to the printer to pick up your work paper...
Great.... the paper copy will help you follow the Web Quest without getting LOST! READ!... Step 2.... GO TO You're a Mean One, Mr. Grinch Song
Click the underlined word... the underlined word is a called a "Link"... it will take you to another computer in the world so you can start gathering Information!!!!...

11. Mrs. Ritter's First Grade Critters
I Love Dr. Seuss!! If you haven t heard this from me before, I LOVE Dr. Seuss!! Across the Curriculum with Famous Authors dr seuss Teacher Created Materials,1872,23847-107973-26-17813,00.html

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Nominate this site for the Showcase Mrs. Ritter's First Grade Critters I Love Dr. Seuss!!! I Love Dr. Seuss!! If you haven't heard this from me before, I LOVE Dr. Seuss!! The Cat-in-the-Hat is my favorite character. Dr. Seuss Day is my favorite holiday. March 2 you will find me in my Cat-in-the-Hat slippers, red/white hat, wearing my Cat-in-the-hat pin and carrying a TON (literally) of Dr. Seuss books. What better way to combine the joy of Reading and Dr. Seuss' birthday? NEA (National Education Association) has done it! On March 2, we will celebrate the 4th annual Read Across America/Dr. Seuss day all over the world!!! Come help us celebrate Dr. Seuss' 97th birthday! Click on the Read Across America logo above to go to the official site. We love Dr. Seuss! What is your favorite Dr. Seuss book? Cat in the Hat Fox in Socks Green Eggs and Ham One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish The Butter Battle Book The Lorax Hop on Pop Current results Free Web Polls Dr. Seuss Web Sites

12. Dr. Seuss Went To War
Mandeville Special Collections Library. Presents. dr. seuss Went to War A Catalog of Political Cartoons. by. ENTER. Copyright 2000 U.C. Regents. .
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Dr. Seuss Went to War:
A Catalog of Political Cartoons

13. Cyber-Seuss Presents The Grinch Song
Cyberseuss presents the Grinch song the uncontested authority on You're A Mean One Mr. Grinch his vocal work as Tony the Tiger) in the animated classic dr. seuss's How The Grinch Stole Christmas Soundtrack to dr. seuss's How The Grinch Stole Christmas, version by Busta
The Grinch Song Page You are now on the page formerly known as Cyber-Seuss. Cyber-Seuss is no longer an active page as it was if you are interested you can read all about it Here Greetings and welcome the incontestable authority on the Grinch Song...that little tune we heard crooned out by Thurl Ravenscoft (best known for his vocal work as Tony the Tiger) in the animated classic Dr. Seuss's How The Grinch Stole Christmas. There are other pages out there but this page will give you as many resources to find the version of The Grinch Song that you feel is the perfect version...for you! Before we get right into things I felt I should put up the Lyrics just in case anyone needed them. So, on to the song! The Classic version straight out of the movie. The Original animated movie soundtrack is now available on CD. For full details on and how to purchase this CD Click Here Classic Version Next is a Midi version. I don't care for Midi myslef but here it is just in case you wanted it. Midi Version Jim Carrey in all his amazing voices pulls off an incredible version of the song, lyrics are true to the original. For full details on and how to purchase this CD Click Here Jim CarreySoundtrack Version Soundtrack to Dr. Seuss's How The Grinch Stole Christmas, version by Busta Rhymes and Jim Carrey, has extra lyrics while children sing the original. For full details on and how to purchase this CD

14. Seuss Biography
Better known by his pen name, dr. seuss, he populated his odd and fanciful children's books with a Heritage Dictionary in fact credits dr. seuss as the originator of the
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    Dr. Seuss The beloved author of more than 46 children's books by Borgna Brunner At the time of Theodor Seuss Geisel's death in 1991, his 46 children's books had sold more than 200 million copies, and his last, Oh, the Places You'll Go! (1990), was still on the bestseller lists . His books, which he both illustrated and wrote, have been translated into twenty languages as well as Braille.
    Wockets, Whos, and Grinches
    Better known by his pen name, Dr. Seuss, he populated his odd and fanciful children's books with a hybrid bestiary of Wockets, Whos, Grinches, bunches of Hunches, Bar-ba-loots, red fish, blue fish, and a fox in socks. He once remarked in an interview, "If I were invited to a dinner party with my characters, I wouldn't show up."
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15. Dr. Seuss's Seussville!
Welcome to seussville, brought to you by Random House, Inc. the Whos, and the rest of the seuss characters welcome you to seussville, dr. seuss's playground in cyberspace prizes, find out about new dr. seuss books and CDROMs, and
The Cat in the Hat, Sam-I-Am,Horton and the Whos, and the rest of the Seuss characters welcome you to Seussville, Dr. Seuss's playground in cyberspace. You can play games, chat with the Cat in the Hat, win prizes, find out about new Dr. Seuss books and CD-ROMs, and much, much more! What are you waiting for? Let's play!

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17. ESeuss
This site is dedicating to gathering and consolidating information related to dr. seuss which can be found on the internet. This includes merchandise, reviews, biographical information, parodies,
ESeuss A Site Dedicated to Dr. Seuss on the Internet
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    The Butter Battle Book

    Review: In classic Dr. Seuss fashion, this cold war era book examines the mentality of the arms race and how minor differences between people can lead to misunderstanding and conflict. This story of the Zooks and the Yooks will delight children of all ages, all the while exposing the darker side of human nature. From a man who started out as a political cartoonist, this book captures Dr. Seuss' views of the cold war and begs the question "do you eat your bread butter side up or down?".

    Dr. Seuss Trivia Game

    For two to six players, this game will test your knowledge of Dr. Seuss. Guide your piece through book covers of all of Dr. Seuss' books by correctly answering questions based upon the work of Dr. Seuss. Do you know the name of the jungle which was the home to Horton the Elephant? Or the pond where a small turtle burp and toppled the throne of King Yertle? In addition to normal trivia questions, this game includes questions related to various Dr. Seuss "themes." Any true fan of Dr. Seuss will love this game, and casual fans will walk away with more knowledge than they probably thought possible about Dr. Seuss. Including both easier and harder questions, this game will delight the entire family from its youngest member to Grandma and Grandpa.
  • 18. The Political Dr. Seuss
    Examines seuss's political views shaped by World War II and illustrated in his cartoons.
    Springfield Library and Museums Association Springfield, MA The Political Dr. Seuss A selection of little known World War II-era political cartoons by the famed children's author Dr. Seuss will be on display from March 11 through October 16, 2000 at the Connecticut Valley Historical Museum in the special exhibition The Political Dr. Seuss (left: Pay Your Income Tax Here , Political cartoon by Dr. Seuss, from the newspaper PM , May 27, 1942) More than 200 of the cartoons were assembled for the first time in the book Dr. Seuss Goes to War: The World War II Editorial Cartoons of Theodor Seuss Geise l by Richard H. Minear. Minear is a professor of history at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, and one of the country's leading historians of Japan during World War II. This exhibit, guest-curated by Minear, is based in part on his book and is the first exhibit to examine the political side of Dr. Seuss. Minear said that there is "a disconnect between what we usually think of as Dr. Seuss and the content of the cartoons." However, many Dr. Seuss's whimsical children's books also contain serious themes. Yertle the Turtle , for example, is a cautionary tale against dictators.

    19. Dr. Seuss - Medicine Cabinet
    A short collection of facts about dr. seuss's life.
    A brief, rough biography of Dr. Seuss Here is a brief, mostly correct, overview of Dr. Seuss, Theodor Seuss Geisel. - Theodor Seuss Geisel was born 2 March 1904 in Springfield, MA. He graduated Dartmouth College in 1925, and proceeded on to Oxford University with the intent of acquiring a doctorate in literature. At Oxford he met Helen Palmer, who he wed in 1927. He returned from Europe in 1927, and began working for a magazine called Judge, the leading humor magazine in America at the time, submitting both cartoons and humorous articles for them. Additionally, he was submitting cartoons to Life, Vanity Fair and Liberty. In some of his works, he'd made reference to an insecticide called Flit. These references gained notice, and led to a contract to draw comic ads for Flit. This association lasted 17 years, gained him national exposure, and coined the catchphrase "Quick, Henry, the Flit!" - In 1936 on the way to a vaction in Europe, listening to the rhythm of the ship's engines, he came up with And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street, which was then promptly rejected by the first 43 publishers he showed it to. Eventually in 1937 a friend published the book for him, and it went on to at least moderate success. - During WW II, Geisel joined the army and was sent to Hollywood. Captain Geisel would write for Frank Capra's Signal Corps Unit (for which he won the Legion of Merit) and do documentaries (he won Oscar's for Hitler Lives and Design for Death). He also created a cartoon called Gerald McBoing-Boing which also won him an Oscar.

    20. The Dr. Seuss Web Page
    Pages dedicated to dr. seuss, his work and how he has inspired others. A really incomplete dr. seuss biography. Read Across America celebrates dr. seuss's 100th birthday. Click here for details
    The Center For Seussian Studies presents...
    The Dr. Seuss Web Page
    What's New in the world of Seuss and on these pages
    New stuff as of 16 June 2003!
    Dr. Seuss books, videos and other stuff.

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    Parodies of Dr. Seuss and his work.
    A really incomplete Dr. Seuss biography
    (My personal web pages.)
    Neither The Center for Seussian Studies, or The Dr. Seuss Web Page are official pages of or related in any way to Dr. Seuss Enterprises. These pages are the work of a fan for all of you out there who share a love of Dr. Seuss. Just so's you know.
    A long time ago (around 1994 or so) I went looking for information about Dr. Seuss on the net. I was expecting to find a lot; after all, he seemed like a natural subject for people to create pages about. I didn't find any. So, in a fit of despair, disappointment and desperation, I set about creating one. I gathered together a few parodies I found on the net, copied in all the entries from the current Books in Print did a couple of searches in the Internet Movie Database, and put it all in one place. This inspired people to do two things. 1) Send me email thanking me for having this page, and 2) Inspired them to create their own Dr. Seuss pages, having seen how empty mine were. Move to 1997. There are a number of Dr. Seuss sites out there. Some good, some bad, some official, some not. Mine still seems to be the only one with parodies on it, but y'know, that's not saying much these days. So, in a fit of frustration, and after-work energy, I go about re-vamping the pages.

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