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Dr. Seuss A to Z:
A Gleeful Guide to All Things Seuss

by Devon Corneal

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And To Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street

A is for And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street, Dr. Seuss’s first published children’s book.

 

Brown Bar-ba-loots

B is for Brown Bar-ba-loots, who played in the shade in their bar-ba-loot suits.

 

Cat in the Hat

C is for the Cat in the Hat, who taught us that “It is fun to have fun/But you have to know how.”

 

Dartmouth

D is for Dartmouth, where Dr. Seuss went to college.

 

Horton Hatches the Egg

E is for “It’s something brand new! IT’S AN ELEPHANT-BIRD!!”

 

Seuss Children's Books

F is for forty-four, the number of books for children Dr. Seuss both wrote and illustrated.

 

Grinch

G is for Green Eggs and Ham, the Grinch, Gertrude McFuzz, and Gerald McGrew.

 

Horton the Elephant

H is for Horton, a most thoughtful elephant.

 

I meant what I said and I said what I meant. An elephant’s faithful, one-hundred percent!

I is for “I meant what I said and I said what I meant. An elephant’s faithful, one-hundred percent!”

 

Jojo

J is for Jojo, whose “Yopp!” saves Who-ville.

 

Kwuggerbug

K is for the Kwuggerbug, a mischievous little creature who bullies poor Horton into bringing him beezlenuts.

 

The Lorax

L is for the Lorax, who speaks for the trees.

 

McElligots Pool

M is for McElligot’s Pool.

 

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N is for nonsense. It “wakes up the brain cells.”

 

Once-ler

O is for the Once-ler, who made thneeds, which everyone, everyone, everyone needs.

 

Pulitzer Prize

P is for Pulitzer Prize, which Seuss won in 1984 for his “contribution over nearly a half a century to the education and enjoyment of America’s children and their parents.”

 

Queen of Quincy

Q is for the quick Queen of Quincy and her quacking quacker-oo.

 

R-is-for-reading
R
 is for reading. Each year on Dr. Seuss’s birthday (March 2nd), children and adults gather together to celebrate the joys of reading.

 

Dr. Seuss

S is for Seuss, which is Theodor Geisel’s pen name. Seuss was his mother’s maiden name and is actually pronounced Zoice.

 

Thing One and Thing Two

T is for Thing One, Thing Two, and Thing-a-ma-Jigger.

 

Seuss Unless

U is for unless. “Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, Nothing is going to get better. It’s not.”

 

The Butter Battle Book

V is for Van Itch of Butter Battle fame.

 

Theres a Wocket in My Pocket

W is for Wocket. Is there one in your pocket?

 

X1
X is “very useful if your name is Nixie Knox. It also comes in handy spelling ax and extra fox.”

 

Yertle the Turtle

Y is for Yertle the Turtle, the king of the pond.

 

Zizzer-zazzer-zuzz

Z is for Zizzer-zazzer-zuzz.

 

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  • Carol Mason

    love this!