A boy wants all of the pets in a pet store but he and his sister can choose only one. End notes discuss Dr. Seuss's pets, his creative process, and the discovery of the manuscript and illustrations for "What Pet Should I...
Mr. Brown is an expert at imitating all sorts of noises.
"A rhymed introduction to real and imaginary animals featuring illustrations from classic books by Dr. Seuss"-- Provided by publisher.
A lion, a dog, and a tiger balance apples on their heads.
"A book about looking at and thinking about Art, based on an unfinished manuscript and sketches by Dr. Seuss that was discovered twenty-one years after his death"-- Provided by publisher.
A city of Whos on a speck of dust are threatened with destruction until the smallest Who of all helps convince Horton's friends that Whos really exist.
Rhyming text and illustrations briefly point out what animals have teeth, their uses, and how to care for them.
Suggests in rhyme a number of ways for Marvin K. Mooney to travel as long as he gets going--now!
Meet the Grinch and the residents of Who-ville, including Cindy-Lou and Groopert.
Pairs of rhyming words are used in simple sentences to help beginning readers understand the use of words and phrases.
This rhyming story describes each day in terms of a particular color which in turn is associated with specific emotions.
Tells, in verse, what happens when all ninety-nine zillion nine trillion and three creatures in the world go to sleep.
Each time Bartholomew Cubbins attempts to obey the King's order to take off his hat, he finds there is another one on his head.
A boy imagines what it would be like if he had such things as duck feet, a whale spout, and an elephant's trunk.
Drawings and verse point out the many things that are wrong one wacky Wednesday.
A boy and rabbit both have two eyes that see all kinds of things, from blue and red to a bird and a bed.
Meet the Grinch's pup, Max.