What is Seussville?


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Seussville is the name of Dr. Seuss' official website. Dr. Seuss wrote children's books such as "How the Grinch Stole Christmas!" and "The Cat in the Hat."

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As of 2015, Seussville.com loads an animated graphic page of Dr. Seuss' characters gathered around McElligot's Pool, engaged in various activities. On top of the homepage, there is a navigation menu for site visitors to use for exploring Seussville. It is replicated on the bottom of the page with extra buttons for subscribing to the site's newsletter, viewing products for sale, reading the frequently asked questions and creating a personal "Who." Clicking on the homepage's graphics is another way for site visitors to move around Seussville.com and visit the locations in Dr. Seuss' books such as Whoville and Jungle of Nool. Other Seussville.com activities for Dr. Seuss fans include playing games, watching videos and reading Dr. Seuss' biography.

Along with fun activities for children, Seussville.com also features recommendations and activities specifically for parents and educators. The parents webpage recommends family activities such as having a Dr. Seuss Birthday and celebrating Earth Day with the Lorax, whereas the educators' webpage is more of a resource that includes annual events, lesson tips and class activities with a Dr. Seuss theme.

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