Today I present you, in Seussian verse/ A list, comprehensive--no lies interspersed.
Still popular after all these years. Random House Children’s Books said on Monday it is increasing the print run of “What Pet Should I Get?” a new picture book by the late Theodor Geisel, to 1 million copies. Random House originally said it would print 500,000 copies of the work, which goes on sale July 28. Show More Summary
Dr. Seuss’s classic tale comes to life in this Earth Day-appropriate app, which can take as many rereadings as your old bound copy ever could. Readers of all ages have the option of having the book read to them or to jump in the driving (er, page-turning) seat themselves while the app augments the story’s famous illustrations with sound effects.Read full article >>
Here's something even weirder than the other Sony-related news that came out today. Looks like Sony was toying with the idea of a Sonic movie last year, but that's not all. Apparently there was discussion of another Dr. Seuss movie. It seems that the two movies were vying for attention, which lead the estate of Dr. Show More Summary
This is probably where Dr. Seuss or some crazed scientist would live. Photographer Jovell Rennie captured the stunning image of a lighthouse-esque home stuck in the forests of Willow, Arkansas. Can we live there forever? @media onlyShow More Summary
Yes, it’s really pink. All the time. No, Dr. Seuss didn’t fill it with pink ink, although that was the first thing that came to mind. This is one of many pink lakes, ponds, and lagoons in Australia, and there are actually quite a few pink lakes found around the world. Show More Summary
image credit Vimeo As the story goes, the original owner of this unwieldy building located in Willow, Alaska built his house shortly after a forest fire with a clear view of Mount McKinley and Denali National Park.As the surroundingShow More Summary
Photos by Jovell Rennie via This is Colossal Somewhere in the snowy forest of Willow, Alaska is a delightfully strange 12-story house that locals refer to as the "Dr. Seuss House." The house looms high above the surrounding trees...
Hidden in the sparse Alaskan woods off of Kenny Boulevard in Willow, Alaska is a bizarrely singular home known to locals as the Dr. Seuss House. While the semi-abandoned home has no direct relation to the famed author, it is easy to see how the structure got its nickname. Show More Summary
This Willow, Alaska house is known as the Dr. Seuss house, for obvious reasons. Looking at the top, for example, one can see why it's considered to be one of the great architectural feats of America. For 10 years, the original owner on it
photo via Unusual Places Tucked in the Alaskan wilderness north of Anchorage is a most curious sight: the so-called “Dr. Seuss House,” a towering residence consisting of a series of tiered structures stacked one on top of the other. According to Unusual Places, the house’s odd design was the work of its original owner. The […]
Anyone else getting the urge to climb this, deactivate the scrambler and then descend via zipline? The towering “Dr. Seuss House” in Willow, Alaska, via Colossal, is giving me serious Far Cry flashbacks. Read more...
(Photo: Jovell Rennie) It's an oddly-shaped towering structure that looks like the product of a children's book illustrator, not an architect. That's why local residents call it the Dr. Seuss House. They explain that it was built shortly after a forest fire stripped the area of trees. Show More Summary
One odd slightly off-kilter story after another was added to this once-modest house in Alaska as the trees decimated by a wildfire grew taller and taller, the...
Many Americans are familiar with well-known mainstream children's books such as the Dr. Seuss series, Goodnight Moon and Where the Wild Things Are. But what about Americans who come from another culture, speak another language or are...Show More Summary
What you see as joyous, you dog sees as alarming—and vice versa. Brian Boone of Some Ecards altered the covers to 10 classic children’s books so that they reflect a dog’s point of view. Your pup doesn’t think too highly of Dr. Seuss, but anything involving the indoor water fountain has to be good.
We just got a new Dr. Seuss book; now we get a full Dr. Seuss museum, and it’s probably safe to bet it won’t look like just another children’s center.
The Amazing World of Dr. Seuss is a museum honoring the late author and illustrator Ted Geisel, who created dozens of iconic children’s books like The Cat in the Hat, Green Eggs and Ham, and Oh, The Thinks You Can Think. The museum is scheduled to open in 2016 in Springfield, Massachusetts, Geisel’s birthplace, and will feature life-sized […]
The Amazing World of Dr. Seuss is a museum honoring the late author and illustrator Ted Geisel who created dozens iconic children’s books like The Cat in the Hat, Green Eggs and Ham, and Oh, The Thinks You Can Think. The museum will open in 2016 in Springfield, Massachusetts, Geisel’s birthplace, and will feature life-sized 3D displays of […]