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." More »

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Dr. Seuss, who was born Theodor Seuss Geisel, died on September 24, 1991. Geisel was an American author beloved for his famous children's stories, including "Oh! The Places You'll Go!," "How the Grinch Stole Christmas" a... More »

Dr. Seuss activities for children include printables such as "Break the Lorax Code," "Same or Different?" and "When I Grow Up." Children may also enjoy Dr. Seuss crafts such as the "Green Eggs" sensory play and the "Hort... More »

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Parents should read Dr. Seuss's books to their children based on a regular routine, such as every night before bed or at breakfast, as suggested on Seussville, Dr. Seuss's website.Parents can begin reading Dr. Seuss's bo... More »

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The Dr. Seuss & His Friends book club serves to help parents build a library of insightful and entertaining books for their children. Besides Dr. Seuss books, the book club includes works from other well-known children's... More »

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Dr. Seuss wrote and illustrated 44 children's books. Among the books he's best known for are "Green Eggs and Ham," "The Cat in the Hat," "The Lorax," "One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish," "Horton Hatches the Egg," "Hor... More »

The Whos, including Cindy-Lou, live in Whoville, according to the children's book "How The Grinch Stole Christmas" by Dr. Seuss. The Grinch and his dog, Max, live on nearby Mount Crumpit. More »