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* * * Dr. Seuss The Cat in the Hat US Orders
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ReviewExcerpt Random House, 1957 (1957) Hardcover, Audio
This ever popular classic allows kids to revel in chaos without guilt; it's now available in a wide variety of formats and in multiple languages. (HW)

* * * Dr. Seuss & Quentin Blake Great Day for UP US Orders
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Review Random House, 1999 (1974) Hardcover
Teaches little ones all the different ways in which the word 'UP' can be used, it's great fun, it rhymes, and it's UPlifting. What more can a parent ask? (HW)

* * * Dr. Seuss & Scott Nash Hooper Humperdink...? Not Him!: Bright & Early Books US Orders
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Review Random House, 2006 (1976) Hardcover
Tells the story of a young boy, who is planning to have a big and fantabulous party. (JL)

* * * Dr. Seuss How the Grinch Stole Christmas US Orders
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Review Random House, 2003 (1957) Hardcover, Softcover, Audio
There is nothing about Christmas that the Grinch likes. (LS)

* * * Dr. Seuss I Can Read with My Eyes Shut! US Orders
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Review Random House, 1987 (1978) Hardcover, Softcover
The Cat in the Hat reads (at first with his eyes shut) and explains to a small cat in a smaller hat why it's a good idea to keep at least one open. (HW)