Your Favorite Seuss
From his very first book to his very last book, here in one big volume are 13 classic Dr. Seuss stories, everyone's favorites. All of the words and virtually all of the illustrations are included. Each story is prefaced by a short essay by someone whose life was changed by Dr. Seuss or who is simply an unabashed admirer. Also included are photographs of Dr. Seuss, memorab...more
This is a book collecting thirteen of the most popular tales written and illustrated by Dr. Seuss, featuring special introductions written for this book by many people impacted in different ways by the work of Dr. Seuss. Along with a brief history and photographs about the life of Dr. Seuss.
The general rating is an average sum of the ratings given to each story contained in this book.
AN INTRODUCTION, FOR YOUR INDUCTION
I always wanted to read Dr. Seuss ...more
I have so many fond memories of Dr. Seuss, the Cat in the Hat, and my personal favorite, Green Eggs and Ham ... from my childhood. In mo ...more
Sometimes I wonder if my parents didn’t like Seuss. The more likely scenario, though, is that the mail order books that lined our shelves didn’t include Seuss as an option. We had a lot of National Geographic selections, though!
I remember when my brother graduated from high school, the valedictorian read parts of Oh, The Places You ...more
Growing up, my favorite story of his has always been How The Grinch Stole Christmas. The Jim Carrey movie version is one of my favorite movies of all time and the book is up there as well. I'm quite ashamed to say that I actually haven't read a lot of Seuss's stories before today. So when my mom got me this gorgeous collector's edition for Christmas, I figured it was the best time to ...more
And to Think that I Saw it on Mulberry Street
On his way home, Marco only seeks a horse and a wagon on Mulberry Street. He thinks this is boring so he makes up something more exciting.
A boy goes fishing in McElligot's pool and is warned that he will never catch fish in it.
If I Ran the Zoo
Gerald McGrew tells us what he would change if he ran the zoo.
contains 'the sneetches', 'the lorax', 'cat i ...more
Overall, this book does a great job of giving readers the world in which Seuss was writing as well as how the world was effected by what he was writing. Thi ...more
I feel like I've gotten to know Ted Geisel after reading this compilation of his stories, sketches, biography, and many tributes. My son has been reading the 13 stories out loud which I've enjoyed immensely (there's nothing like hearing a child read Dr. Seuss!!!). Other than the enormous size and weight, this is a book to treasure.
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Anyone that knows how to read should own this book from from 3, to 30,to 90. Seuss never gets old. If you are too old, and too cool to read Dr. Seuss, go ahead and end your life, because you are incapable of fun and remembering the joys of childhood.