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August
2010

  Visit the All-New Seussville!

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You and your kids are invited to the all-new Seussville—-the official home of Dr. Seuss on the Web—-where children of all ages can play and learn with Dr. Seuss’s wonderfully whimsical books and classic characters. The Cat in the Hat, Green Eggs and Ham, and all of the Dr. Seuss books leap to life through interactive games and activities that will enrich each child’s reading experience.

Plus, discover a comprehensive Dr. Seuss character guide, a searchable Dr. Seuss book catalog, biographical information, educator resources, parent tips, and more.

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Something New
The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!
The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That debuts on PBS Kids® this Labor Day—September 6th! Voiced by award-winning actor Martin Short, Dr. Seuss’s The Cat in the Hat guides friends Sally and Nick – with a little help from the Fish, Thing 1 and Thing 2 – on fun-filled adventures where they make natural-science discoveries, from how bees make honey to why owls sleep during the day.


Visit the official website for more information and read below for more information about the books that inspired it all below! Click here for a full list of The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! books!

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buy now image Ice is Nice!
The Cat in the Hat takes Sally and Dick to visit the North and South Poles, where they mingle with native animals—reindeer, musk oxen, polar bears, caribou, and all sorts of penguins. They discover how the animals stay warm in the freezing cold, learn why it's colder at the South Pole than at the North Pole, find out that one pole is located on land and the other isn't, and learn that scientists are studying climate change to keep both poles icy cold.



buy now image Show Me the Honey
Where does honey come from? The Cat in the Hat knows that! It comes from bees, and what better way to learn about honey making than to visit inside a hive and see firsthand how it's done? In this rhymed easy reader, the Cat, Sally and Nick, and Things One and Two shrink to bee size and learn how bees communicate via dance, collect nectar and spit it into combs, turn it into honey, and seal the combs with wax.





buy now image I Love the Nightlife!
Oh, no! The Cat in the Hat has lost his famous red-and-white-striped hat in the Forest of Wagamaroo! Can Sally and Nick help him find it on the darkest night of the year? It looks unlikely until a trio of nocturnal animals—a sharp-eyed owl, a keen-eared bat, and a scent-sensitive opossum—show the Cat and kids how to do so.
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