Search Results: "Dr. Seuss"


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WHAT PET SHOULD I GET? by Dr. Seuss
Released: July 28, 2015

"Of more lasting interest to scholars than children, this genial pet-shop visit provides a tantalizing glimpse into a master's artistic process. (Picture book. 3 & up)"
Almost 25 years after the death of the great Dr. Seuss, a new book hits the market. Read full book review >

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MARVIN K. MOONEY WILL YOU PLEASE GO NOW by Dr. Seuss
Released: Sept. 5, 1972

"The pages of persistence and Marvin's final capitulation are reminiscent of Green Eggs and Ham (1960) though this doesn't strike us as quite that Bright, and with phrases like 'bureau drawer' it won't be read all that Early either."
Though it's never dear why, there's a long-fingered hairy arm, with a watch on the wrist, that is desperately eager to get rid of Marvin K. Mooney. Read full book review >

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OH, THE THINKS YOU CAN THINK! by Dr. Seuss
Released: Oct. 6, 1975

Think how far you can go without THINKING A THOUGHT! Read full book review >

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THE BIPPOLO SEED by Dr. Seuss
CHILDREN'S
Released: Sept. 27, 2011

"The good Doctor may be dead these 20 years, but he's still good for splendid surprises. (Picture book. 6-9)"
Seven rhymed tales, dug from hard to find places! Look for millions of Seuss fans with bright shiny faces! Read full book review >

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MCELLIGOT'S POOL by Dr. Seuss
FICTION
Released: Sept. 12, 1947

"His imagination plays, instead, with the kinds of things the pool might provide — and the pictures are wonderful,- superb drawing, beautiful color, lots of humor in double page spreads throughout."
Utterly enchanting nonsense tale, which children and grown-ups will equally claim. Read full book review >

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THE CAT IN THE HAT by Dr. Seuss
Released: June 15, 1957

"Back sewn."
A reissue of the earlier Houghton, Mifflin educational edition, brought out specifically as a text for beginning readers, brings back the story of that rainy day at home when the Cat in the Hat arrived to upset things and put them back in order again. Read full book review >

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ON BEYOND ZEBRA! by Dr. Seuss
FICTION
Released: Sept. 12, 1955

"Squirly que, pluperfect, misty and bewildered pictures accompany each of the new categories."
Dr. Seuss's own alphabet, made to order for anyone who things stopping at Z is a waste of time, cuts out nineteen new letters from yuzz to hi! and some fascinating new identifications for them which may or may not strike familiar chords. Read full book review >

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IF I RAN THE ZOO by Dr. Seuss
FICTION
Released: Oct. 12, 1950

"However, this will not disappoint the devoted."
Dumheiten at its loosest and Seussest in the lastest eagerly-hailed silliness by the master of inanities. Read full book review >

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THIDWICK THE BIG-HEARTED MOOSE by Dr. Seuss
ANIMALS
Released: Sept. 12, 1948

"Not- on the child level- 'the funniest book of the year'."
I've always though Dr. Seuss' type of humor appealed more to grownups than to children, and this is no exception. Read full book review >

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GREEN EGGS AND HAM by Dr. Seuss
FICTION
Released: Oct. 3, 1960

"Line and wash- three colors flat."
Would you like them anywhere? — Well, try them before you finally refuse... Read full book review >

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YERTLE THE TURTLE AND OTHER STORIES by Dr. Seuss
ANIMALS
Released: April 12, 1958

"A must for both remedial reading and reading aloud, the sweeping illustrations and the spontaneous verse of these three stories make them a welcome addition to that nonsensical but wise, wise world of the always popular Dr. Senss."
Three fables by the inimitable Dr. Seuss, which originally appeared in Redbook magazine, are now available, by popular demand, in this book-form collection. Read full book review >

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THE SHAPE OF ME AND OTHER STUFF by Dr. Seuss
FICTION
Released: July 12, 1973

"Flabby."
Whoever is wearing Dr. Seuss' hat these days, his jog-along easy-reading list of shapes and his conventionally corky silhouettes can't shape up to Geisel's inspired zaniness. Read full book review >