Dr. Seuss Books Dr. Seuss Books

Did you know that Dr. Seuss is the world’s bestselling children’s author, having sold over 650 million books worldwide? So, we think it’s high time his global contribution is recognised with his own category on Lovereading4kids particularly as his books make reading fun, not just for kids but for grown-ups too to share with kids. See below for some of his all time greats that have recently had a bit of a makeover. There's one never before published and another recently found.

Fox in Socks
Dr. Seuss
The Dr. Seuss classic about the irrepressible Fox in Socks gets a brand new look - bringing his hilarious tongue twisters and rollicking rhymes to a new generation of readers. Featured in: 5+ readers
Format: Paperback | Released 05/05/2016
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One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish
Dr. Seuss
From there to here, from here to there, funny things are everywhere in this hilarious exploration of simple concepts from the irrepressible Dr. Seuss. Creator of the wonderfully anarchic Cat in the Hat, and ranked among the UK's top ten... Featured in: 3+ readers
Format: Paperback | Released 07/07/2011
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Oh, the Places You'll Go
Dr. Seuss
The classic Dr. Seuss tale about the journey ahead of all of us as we grow up, now in a beautiful slipcased, hardback gift edition. Featured in: 5+ readers
Format: Hardback | Released 07/04/2016
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Horton and the Kwuggerbug and More Lost Stories
Dr. Seuss
Everyone loves Dr. Seuss, and this collection of four wonderful stories will delight his fans of all ages. Originally published in magazines in the 1950's, now collected together and with freshly-coloured artwork, and with characters from Horton the elephant to... Featured in: 5+ readers
Format: Hardback | Released 25/02/2016
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The Cat in the Hat
Dr. Seuss
"Both my parents were great, but my mother was the one who read us our bedtime stories - everything from Curious George to Treasure Island. One of my favourites was The Cat in the Hat by Dr. Seuss. Every time... Featured in: 3+ readers
Format: Paperback | Released 05/05/2016
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Green Eggs and Ham
Dr. Seuss
Hilarious and with a memorable rhyming text, this is the perfect advocate for the adage, you don't know if you like something until you've tried it. Sam won't eat green eggs and ham. However they are disguised the list of... Featured in: 5+ readers | 3+ readers
Format: Paperback | Released 29/04/2010
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What Pet Should I Get
Dr. Seuss
More than 60 years after they were first published Dr Seuss's books continue to work their magic on children: his rhyme and rhythm, nonsense humour and wordplay and sudden bursts of anarchy have strong child appeal. All of these Seussian... Featured in: 5+ readers
Format: Hardback | Released 28/01/2016
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In 1954, Life Magazine published an article on illiteracy in school children, concluding that children weren’t learning to read because their books were boring. In response, Dr. Seuss’ editor challenged him to write a book using 250 of the words children use most. So was born The Cat in the Hat, which actually only uses 236!

Five Reasons to love Dr. Seuss books

1) they help develop reading skills

2) they are great to read aloud

3) they are perfect for reluctant readers

4) they teach life lessons

5) they appeal to every age!

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