Dr. Seuss Enterprises, L.P.
The primary focus of Dr. Seuss Enterprises, L.P. is to protect the integrity of the Dr. Seuss books while expanding beyond books into ancillary areas. This effort is a strategic part of the overall mission to nurture and safeguard the relationship people have with Dr. Seuss characters. Theodor Seuss Geisel (Dr. Seuss) said he never wanted to license his characters to anyone who would "round out the edges." That is one of the guiding philosophies of Dr. Seuss Enterprises. Audrey S. Geisel, the widow of Dr. Seuss, heads Dr. Seuss Enterprises as CEO.
There are so many fun Dr. Seuss books to choose from. In fact, in most libraries you will find a whole shelf devoted to the beloved author. For this post, we settled on
When Seuss wrote books but had others illustrate them, he used a pen name. (Usually Theo. LeSieg, a rearranging of his real name, Theodor Geisel.) Those pseudonymous books not listed elsewhere are listed here.
Dr. Seuss books about growing up
Seuss didn't have kids of his own, which makes it all the more remarkable that he knew how to handle them.
|Wacky Wednesday: No Dr. Seuss books list is complete without this great story! In ways that only crazy rhymes can deliver, the imagination gets to run wild with all sorts of unexpected occurrences. A young child wakes up one morning and to his surprise, nothing is where it should be! From shoes on the wall, bananas in the apple tree, to a worm chasing a bird, everything has gone totally upside-down. Kids are encouraged to seek out all the strange things on each page as they read along or have parents read to them. Illustrated by George Booth with Theo LeSieg as the author.|