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Your Favorite Seuss: A Baker's Dozen from the One and Only Dr. Seuss

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  • Posted March 17, 2011

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    Must Read!

    Dr. Seuss is the master of rhyme, and this beautiful hardcover book featuring thirteen of his stories is a perfect way to display his work. Each clever story inspires readers in a unique way. They emphasize concepts like being creative, being an individual, and being respectful of each other and our planet. Seuss turns the world upside down and inside out, and yet somehow everything seems to make sense. He leaves readers laughing and thinking at the same time. Read them out loud and read them often, because as we hear from those who contributed their thoughts in this special edition, these little stories can have a big impact.

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  • Posted April 28, 2009

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    Happy Birthday Dr. Seusss

    I bought this book for my daughter because her class was celebrating the b-day of dr. seuss. I am glad that I did. it was a good value. we read the stories often and dr.seuss is always classic. I recommend every child to be familiar with dr.seuss.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 25, 2005

    correction

    Dr. Seuss began publishing in 1937, not 1950. His The King's Stilts, in the context of Hitler, becomes more meaningful. When we take the Butter Battle book as his stand on war, it is a reflection of the Cold War or the Vietnam war. Thus, more current issues led him one direction, while it should be balanced with his earliest writings. I have not read this book, as I own most of the enclosed stories; however, I would like to read what the Berenstains have to say. I read a biography on him and wrote a term paper for a children's literature class in college.

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    Posted March 6, 2009

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