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         Dr Seuss:     more books (100)
  1. One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish (Chinese Edition) by Dr. Seuss, 2004-04
  2. Happy Birthday, Baby (Dr. Seuss Nursery Collection) by Dr. Seuss, 2009-01-27
  3. One Fish, Two Fish, Three, Four, Five Fish (Dr. Seuss Nursery Collection) by Dr. Seuss, 2005
  4. The Lorax (Classic Seuss) by Dr. Seuss, Theodor Seuss Geisel, 1971-08-12
  5. Green Eggs and Ham ('Green Eggs and Ham', in traditional Chinese and English) by Dr. Seuss, 2004-04
  6. The Secret Art of Dr. Seuss by Theodor Geisel, 1995-10-03
  7. The Sneetches and Other Stories by Dr. Seuss, 1961-08-12
  8. What Was I Scared Of?: A Glow-in-the Dark Encounter (Classic Seuss) by Dr. Seuss, 2009-08-11
  9. The Gospel According to Dr. Seuss by James W. Kemp, 2004-01
  10. Dr. Seuss Goes to War: The World War II Editorial Cartoons of Theodor Seuss Geisel by Richard H. Minear, Art Spiegelman, 2001-09
  11. Fox in Socks by Dr. Seuss, 2000-06
  12. Oh, Baby, the Places You'll Go!: A book to be read in Utero by Dr. Seuss, 1997-11-25
  13. Wet Pet, Dry Pet, Your Pet, My Pet (Dr. Seuss Nursery Collection) by Dr. Seuss, 2005-08-23
  14. Horton Hears A Who! by Dr. Seuss, 1954-08-12

21. Cut Loose With Dr. Seuss
dr. seuss? An incredible man . . . dr. seuss Home Pages. dr. seuss Biographies. Games and Fun With dr. seuss. Other Interesting dr. seuss Links.
Dr. Seuss? An incredible man . . . Dr. Seuss is a wonderful author to study, because the themes in his books can be simple or complex. In the fall of 1996, I used his books to start the year in a first grade classroom. On this page are links to other Dr. Seuss sites and a booktable showing what my first graders did as we did an author study on him that fall ! Enjoy!
Tommaso used KidPix 2
to draw this picture
in September, 1996! Cut Loose
With Dr. Seuss!

Laura drew this picture
using KidPix 2
in September, 1996!
Please help celebrate Dr. Seuss' birthday by reading all day!! Thanks to Colleen for this picture! Click on the picture of Thing 1 and Thing 2 to go to my Dr. Seuss Booktable where you can learn more about the books and activities I used with my students. This part of my page evolves as I have time to add to it! As with any web sites, I recommend strongly that parents and teachers carefully preview the sites before viewing with children. Please remember that I do not own or have control over the content of any linked sites. If you find a site that I have linked to that is inappropriate for young children, PLEASE E-Mail me

22. The Dr. Seuss Web Page
The Center For seussian Studies presents The dr. seuss Web Page. Move to 1997. There are a number of dr. seuss sites out there.
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.

Buy them here!
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.

23. Dr. Seuss: A Brief, Rough, Biography.
A brief, rough biography of dr. seuss. Here is a brief, mostly correct, overview of dr. seuss, Theodor seuss Geisel. Back to the dr. seuss web page.
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.

24. Seussville
seussville The seussville Web site is dedicated to the stories of dr. seuss. Site provides online interactive games, printable offline activities, lesson plans, and other resources relating to dr

25. Hooray For Diffendoofer Day! By Dr. Seuss
Hooray for Diffendoofer Day! A new book from dr. seuss with some help from Jack Prelutsky and Lane Smith. Text copyright © 1999

26. Dr. Seuss' How The Grinch Stole Christmas
Coloring pages, activities, based on the books.
A Classic holiday story that is beloved by generation after generation, DR. SEUSS' HOW THE GRINCH STOLE CHRISTMAS! , starring Jim Carrey as The Grinch, is now available on DVD and Home Video! Random House Children's Books proudly presents books inspired by the film now available on Universal Studios Home Video! Celebrate your own Whoville holiday with our interactive coloring game and free printable activities from Who's Who in Whoville, our Super Coloring Time activity book. Home Books Coloring Game Seussville ... Universal The movie Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas! © 2000 Universal Studios.

27. Cyber-Seuss The Officially Licensed Dr. Seuss Website
These started out being dr. seuss related cross word puzzles, but some people suggested that cross word puzzles may be too difficult for some younger audiences
Welcome to
Welcome to a new, and I hope fun, and useful section of Cyber-Seuss. The Cross-Word Search Puzzles! Before we get much more into this entire Cross-Word Search thing, let me tell you why its here. Before I got my license with Dr. Seuss Enterprises Inc. I had many online stories, but being as that was a direct copright infringment, they had to be removed. Along with them leaving went much of the content I had for kids. I was left with very little for kids other than links. I wanted something, and this is what I came up with. These started out being Dr. Seuss related cross word puzzles, but some people suggested that cross word puzzles may be too difficult for some younger audiences. So I thought about doing straight word search puzzles, but I didn't think that was quite right either. So I took the best of both worlds, and offer to you Cross-Words Search puzzles. Here is the deal. You are given a set of questions like those from cross word puzzles, whose answers are hidden in a grid of letters like word search puzzles. So if you can not figure out the answer it is possible to find them in the puzzle, and plug them into the blank. So far these puzzles are broken down into 3 difficulty levels as such: Level 1 - Easy Level 1 is the easiest of the levels. The questions are mostly made up of Dr. Seuss story titles, and the grid is only 10x10. There are no backwards words and only 10 questions. This one should be easily completed by most kids who can do normal word search puzzles.

The Grinch is played by Jim Carrey, who works as hard as an actor has ever worked in a movie, to small avail. Review by Roger Ebert. SunTimes
Home News Sports Business ...
* * (PG) November 17, 2000 The Grinch: Jim Carrey
Mayor May Who: Jeffrey Tambor
Cindy Lou Who: Taylor Momsen
Martha May Whovier: Christine Baranski
Betty Lou Who: Molly Shannon
Narrator: Anthony Hopkins
Universal Pictures presents a film directed by Ron Howard. Written by Jeffrey Price and Peter S. Seaman. Based on the book by Dr. Seuss. Running time: 102 minutes. Rated PG (for some crude humor).
BY ROGER EBERT T he Grinch who stole Christmas has a reason for growing up to be so bitter. As a child, he was picked on for being green and having hair all over his body and a beard. Show me the child who would not pick on such a classmate and I will show you Baby Jesus. But if "Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas" had only worked on that angle some more, had drummed up a little more sympathy for the Grinch, maybe we wouldn't want to pick on him too. This is a movie that devotes enormous resources to the mistaken belief that children and their parents want to see a dank, eerie, weird movie about a sour creature who lives on top of a mountain of garbage, scares children, is mean to his dog, and steals everyone's Christmas presents. Yes, there's a happy ending, and even a saintly little girl who believes the Grinch may not be all bad, but there's not much happiness before the ending, and the little girl is more of a plot device than a character. The Grinch is played by Jim Carrey, who works as hard as an actor has ever worked in a movie, to small avail. He leaps, he tumbles, he contorts, he sneers, he grimaces, he taunts, he flies through the air and tunnels through the garbage mountain, he gets stuck in chimneys and blown up in explosions, and all the time. . . .

29. Welcome, Christmas - Lyrics
Complete lyrics for Welcome, Christmas .
Welcome Christmas (both versions)
Author: Dr. Seuss
This is the song sung by the Whos of Whoville on Christmas. The first version is probably more suited for simple caroling, and the second for more choir oriented activities. The first is sung while the Grinch watches from on high, and the second is at the end (maybe during the closing credits - I don't recall off-hand). Welcome Christmas Welcome Christmas
(Reprise) Fah who for-aze! Fah who for-aze! Dah who dor-aze! Dah who dor-aze! Welcome Christmas, Welcome Christmas, Come this way! Come this way! Fah who for-aze! Fah who for-aze! Dah who dor-aze! Dah who dor-aze! Welcome Christmas, Welcome Christmas, Christmas Day. Christmas Day. Welcome, Welcome Welcome, Welcome Fah who rah-moose Fah who rah-moose Welcome, Welcome Welcome, Welcome Dah who dah-moose Dah who dah-moose Christmas day is in our grasp Christmas day is in our grasp So long as we have hands to clasp So long as we have hands to clasp Fah who for-aze! Fah who for-aze! Dah who dor-aze! Dah who dor-aze! Welcome, welcome Christmas Welcome Christmas Welcome, welcome Christmas

30. Seussville Games
Celebrate dr. seuss s birthday with new printable activities! dr. seuss text and figures ™ dr. seuss Enterprises LP 2000. All rights reserved.
Here are lots of games for you to play
To keep you entertained all day!
The greatest games you've ever seen
To play on your computer screen.
Plus some games you print out and then
You play them with paper and pen. Celebrate Dr. Seuss's birthday
with new printable activities!
Playing these games requires Shockwave. If you do not currently have this software, you may download it now New! The Cat in the Hat's Great Big Flap Book Game Hooray for Diffendoofer Day! Game Sylvester McBean's Sneetch Belly Game Elephant Ball ... Horton's Who Hunt
You need to print out these games and activities in order to play them, using the print button on your browser. The new printable activities require a PDF reader, available for free. New! Pin the Eggs on the Plate New! Tic-Tac-Toe New! Eggstravaganza! The Seuss Word Search The Cat in the Hat/The Grinch Doorknob Hanger Ack! What's that? A Yill-iga-yakk! ... Dr. Seuss's Who's Whoses Connect the Dots

31. Dr. Seuss Stories, Dr. Seuss Books, How The Grinch Stole Christmas, The Lorax, D
Presenting the Lorax, How the Grinch Stole Christmas, Green Eggs and Ham, and more books for beginning readers.
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Laugh with your kids -
Introduce them to Dr. Seuss!
Who among us does not relish fond memories of growing up with Dr. Seuss books ? Now, it's easy to give the gift of discovering Dr. Seuss stories! Join the - and turn your kids on to the laughter and fun of reading! It's never too early to read to your children. And nothing is more fun than the hilarious antics of the characters in the Dr. Seuss stories. Dr. Seuss books have been delighting children the world over for years. And not only do these award-winning, best-selling Dr. Seuss stories make kids laugh with gusto, they actually teach them the letters and sounds that help them learn to read. Making reading fun is one sure way of getting kids motivated to learn to read for themselves. Dr. Seuss stories are just what the doctor ordered - hilarious and fun - the perfect combination! Laughter and Learning - it's hard to top that. H ere's your chance for special savings!

32. Dr. Seuss Teacher Resource File
dr. seuss Teacher Resource File. seussville from Random House Games, contests, lots of fun. dr. seuss Hamulator From Living Books. Mac Download. License is free.
Dr. Seuss
Teacher Resource File

Seussville from Random House
Games, contests, lots of fun
Seussville University
From Random House; interactive learning environment for kids to develop
basic reading, math, science and reasoning skills.
Dr. Seuss Hamulator
From Living Books. Mac Download. License is free. Create interesting foods.
Dr. Seuss Hamulator
From Living Books. PC Download. License is free. Create interesting foods.
Cut Loose with Dr. Seuss
Information on Dr. Seuss, activities from Murray Elementary
Ode to Dr. Seuss
[A grandchild's guide to using Grandpa's Computer. Parody]
Seuss's early writings; analyses of Dr. Seuss; Art, photos, waves;
links; merchandise; other; my favorite Dr. Seuss poem. Much of the material is for older readers
Featured Author: Dr. Seuss
From Carol Hurst's Children's Literature Site
Read, Write Now
What students would say to the Once-ler if they were the Lorax Horton Hatches the Egg Literature guide from Nancy Polette. Wacky Wednesday" Activities Teacher View: The Cat in the Hat
First grade; by Betty Alexander from EduPlace TeacherView: Green Eggs and Ham
First grade; by Katy Smith from EduPlace

33. Theodor Seuss Geisel - "Dr. Seuss" Biography
The dr. seuss National Memorial will be unveiled May 31, 2002 in Springfield, Massachusetts at the Springfield Library Museums at the Quadrangle.
at the Quadrangle
the home of the brand new
SCULPTURE GARDEN The five bronze sculptures
include Dr. Seuss busily working
at his drawing board with the Cat in the Hat
standing at his side as his muse, and lots of
other favorite Dr. Seuss characters such as
Horton the Elephant, Yertle the Turtle, the Grinch and his dog Max, the Lorax, Gertrude McFuzz, Things One and Two, and the lovable Thidwick the Moose. For additional information or to contribute to the Dr. Seuss National Memorial, please call 1-800-625-7738. The Springfield Museums 220 State Street, Springfield, MA 01103 Tel: (413) 263 6800; Site developed by Tortus Technologies, Inc

34. Dr. Seuss Theme - Lesson Plans, Thematic Units, Printables, Worksheets, And More
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35. Theodor Seuss Geisel - "Dr. Seuss" Biography
All About dr. seuss. OH, THE PLACES YOU LL GO! TM © 20022004 dr. seuss Enterprises, LP All Rights Reserved. Site developed by Tortus Technologies, Inc.
All About Dr. Seuss
From: Oh, The Places You'll Go!
Theodor Seuss Geisel, better known to the world as the beloved Dr. Seuss, was born in 1904 on Howard Street in Springfield, Massachusetts. Ted's father, Theodor Robert, and grandfather were brewmasters in the city. His mother, Henrietta Seuss Geisel, often soothed her children to sleep by "chanting" rhymes remembered from her youth. Ted credited his mother with both his ability and desire to create the rhymes for which he became so well known.
Although the Geisels enjoyed great financial success for many years, the onset of World War I and Prohibition presented both financial and social challenges for the German immigrants. Nonetheless, the family persevered and again prospered, providing Ted and his sister, Marnie, with happy childhoods.
The influence of Ted's memories of Springfield can be seen throughout his work. Drawings of Horton the Elephant meandering along streams in the Jungle of Nool, for example, mirror the watercourses in Springfield's Forest Park from the period. The fanciful truck driven by Sylvester McMonkey McBean in

36. Forwarding To The Amazing Snox Box Written By Brian Gage
Political satire by Brian Gage in which dr. seuss meets George Orwell.
Click Here To Go Directly The Offical Site of The Amazing Snox Box

37. Grinch Goes Bronze In Dr. Seuss Memorial

38. The Advertising Artwork Of Dr. Seuss
According to an anecdote in Judith and Neil Morgan s book dr. seuss and Mr. Geisel (Random House, 1995), the wife of the ad executive who handled the Standard
Introduction Ajax Cups Flit Ford ... Warren Telechron Before Theodore Seuss Geisel found fame as a children's book author, the primary outlet for his creative efforts was magazines. His first steady job after he left Oxford was as a cartoonist for Judge , a New York City publication. In 1927 one of these cartoons opened the way to a more profitable career, as well as greater public exposure, as an advertising illustrator. This fortuitous cartoon depicts a medieval knight in his bed, facing a dragon who had invaded his room, and lamenting, "Darn it all, another dragon. And just after I'd sprayed the whole castle with Flit" (a well-known brand of bug spray). According to an anecdote in Judith and Neil Morgan's book Dr. Seuss and Mr. Geisel

39. - Hoorah! Hooray! It's Dr. Seuss' Birthday! - Mar. 1, 2004
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Hoorah! Hooray! It's Dr. Seuss' birthday!
Famed author would have been 100 Tuesday
Theodor Seuss Geisel "Dr. Seuss" revolutionized the world of children's literature. Story Tools RELATED Review: 'The Cat in the Hat' weak and flat Official Dr. Seuss Web site YOUR E-MAIL ALERTS Follow the news that matters to you. Create your own alert to be notified on topics you're interested in. Or, visit Popular Alerts for suggestions. Manage alerts What is this? SAN DIEGO, California (AP) Near the end of his life, Theodor "Dr. Seuss" Geisel sat down with his wife, Audrey, to speak of the past and of things to come. " 'I've had a wonderful life,"' Audrey Stone Geisel recalls him saying. "I've done what I had to do. I lived where I wished to live. I had love. I had everything.' " 'But,' he said, 'now my work will be turned over to you. And you will have to deal with those consequences.' "And oh-ho," says the 82-year-old heiress of the Seuss world, "has that been true!"

40. Learning With Dr. Seuss Unit/Theme - Lessons, Links, Book Ideas, Printables, And
March is Read Across America Month. Many schools choose dr. seuss to help them celebrate. THE dr. seuss WEBRING. This dr. seuss WebRing site owned by Colleen.
Learning With Dr. Seuss March is Read Across America Month. Many schools choose Dr. Seuss to help them celebrate. Teachers and parents always strive to instill a love of reading in their students. Sharing Dr. Seuss stories with your class or child is a great way to get them to love reading! Who doesn't love Seuss? I have designed this page as a resource for parents, teachers, and people who just love Seuss! You will find printables, lessons, book ideas, and much more to help you celebrate Dr. Seuss! Updated on Feb 28, 2004
Still working on updates. So come back often! The Dr. Seuss Store Hop on Pop Ideas Cat in the Hat Ideas Hooray for Diffendoofer Day Ideas ... Read Across America Board Many More Ideas are Found On Our CD ROM 3 - Click to learn more!!! The YMCA READ SONG One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish (added 2004) Have an idea, website, or pictures you would like to share on this page? Click here to send it! Hodge Podge of Ideas Shared on our mailring during the 2004 school year. Don't Forget to Sign My Guestbook THE DR. SEUSS WEBRING This Dr. Seuss WebRing

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