Dr. Seuss

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Noun1.Dr. Seuss - United States writer of children's books (1904-1991)
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THE colourful characters and gentle wit of Dr Seuss (The Cat in the Hat, How the Grinch Stole Christmas) provide the creative spark for this animated comedy, which promotes the message of equality for all creatures.
That's a whole lifetime ago for the age group which will now get the most out of this new Dr Seuss adaptation which is never as 'Dizzy-ney' as the likes of Meet the Robinsons.
The creatures and language are what you might expect from Dr Seuss but, perhaps surprisingly (because for many of us the books will be distant memories or dismissed as childish nonsense), the moral of the tale is even more relevant now than ever.
With a big-screen reworking of The Cat In The Hat in the pipeline, the insanely creative Dr Seuss has become one of Hollywood's hottest properties.
The Cat in the Hat by Dr Seuss was first published in 1957 and remains a best-seller.
PAPERBACKS 1 Dr Seuss on the Loose, Dr Seuss 2 Spy Dog's Got Talent/The Great Pet-Shop Panic, Andrew Cope and Katie Davies 3 Tales From Winnie The Pooh/Humphrey's Tiny Tales: My Treasure Hunt Trouble, AA Milne and Betty G Birney 4 Solar, Ian McEwan 5 Do Bugs Have Bottoms?
ART lovers at Barry are celebrating a "coup" by becoming the first venue in Wales to host The Art of Dr Seuss touring exhibition.
Nikki Cross, of Playbox, said: "Playbox's summer holiday projects are hugely popular and this year, for the first time, are based on the wonderfully wacky world of the Dr Seuss books.
1 Seventh Dwarf, Eoin Colfer 2 If I Were Boss, Les Gray 3 Molly Moon's Hypnotic Holiday, Georgia Byng 4 Cool, Michael Morpurgo 5 Fairy Fluster, Felicity Wishes 6 Magnificent Mummies, Tony Bradman 7 The Curious Incident of the Dog In The Night-Time, MarkHaddon 8 Best Friends, Jacqueline Wilson 9 Scorpia, Anthony Horowitz 10 Northern Lights, Philip Pullman 11 The Amber Spyglass, Philip Pullman 12 The Subtle Knife, Philip Pullman 13 The Cat in the Hat, Dr Seuss 14 Lola Rose, Jacqueline Wilson 15 Green Eggs and Ham, Dr Seuss 16 Captain Underpants 7, Captain Underpants 17 The Cat In The Hat Comes Back, Dr Seuss 18 Easter Activities, F Watt 19 Little Lamb, Piers Harper 20 Little Quack, Lauren Thompson
Libraries in Newcastle are joining others across the country to celebrate the 100th birthday of Dr Seuss - creator of the famous Cat in the Hat character.
Theodore Geisel took the name Dr Seuss by adding the title 'doctor' to his middle name when he was working on a spoof of scientific developments - and because he always wanted to be a doctor.
He was the doctor who wasn't really a doctor, a self-proclaimed anarchist who won the acclaim of the teaching establishment and now, more than 60 years after his first book was published (and ten years after his death), Dr Seuss - creator of The Cat In The Hat - is the toast of Hollywood.