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  • I Can Lick 30 Tigers Today!

    In the title story, a boastful young cat wearing a familiar looking hat declares that he can lick 30 tigers today but when he actually has to face 30 tigers, he finds a reason why he might fight only 29, or perhaps 22, and readers will see the perils of bragging.

  • I Had Trouble in Getting to Solla Sollew

    Take a trip through this intricately imagined, wacky world created by Dr. Seuss and see what happens when the narrator decides to head for Solla Sollew "where they never have troubles, at least very few."

  • The Sneetches and Other Stories

    In The Sneetches and Other Stories, Dr. Seuss delivers four irresistible tales that offer everyday lessons in his extraordinary style of prose.

  • Did I Ever Tell You How Lucky You Are?

    An attitude of gratitude can be a great contributor to a persons happiness, and thats the simple message of this wonderful rhyming story by Dr.

  • Oh, the Places You'll Go!

    This book, the last published before Dr. Seusss death, is inspirational for readers of all ages, especially for those about to set off into a new part of their life.

  • 500 Hats of Bartholomew Cubbins

    Told in prose, this book was among the earliest written and illustrated by Dr. Seuss.

  • The Bippolo Seed

    The seven stories found in this book first appeared in various magazines from 1948 through 1959, and they contain all the elements weve come to appreciate from Dr. Seuss: the matchless rhythm and rhyme, one-of-a-kind illustrations, and a gentle lesson at each storys end.

  • The Butter Battle Book

    Dr. Seusss timeless lesson in getting along is a cautionary tale that shows us that differences over silly things can quickly spin out of control with some very troublesome results.

  • Horton Hatches the Egg

    Horton gets caught up in the wrong job when Lazy Mayzie bird begs him to watch her egg but never returns! Find out what happens in this uplifting story about patience and perseverance.

  • Horton Hears a Who!

    Horton is crazy! Atleast that's what everyone thinks when he discovers an entire community living on a flower that is so tiny only someone with elephant ears could here.

  • How the Grinch Stole Christmas!

    This classic Dr. Seuss Christmas story tells a heartwarming tale about the power of Christmas spirit and the gift of giving.

  • Hunches in Bunches

    Hunches in Bunches is just the book for one of those "What-should-I-do? days" because readers will know that theyre not alone.

  • If I Ran the Circus

    n the center ring, prepare to focus your attention on the imaginative exploits of young Morris McGurk, a boy who knows exactly what he would do in If I Ran the Circus.

  • If I Ran the Zoo

    This 1950 Caldecott Honor Book showcases some of the most fanciful creatures Dr. Seuss has ever illustrated, along with the magical machines used to bring them to the zoo.

  • McElligot's Pool

    Although the beautifully shaded color pencil illustrations differ from the familiar pen-and-ink style of other Dr. Seuss classics, McElligot's Pool, with its simple message of hope, was a 1947 Caldecott Honor Book.

  • On Beyond Zebra!

    On Beyond Zebra! is a story thats a tribute to the power of imagination.

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