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The last time Tyler, The Creator visited 'Jimmy Kimmel Live,' he reminisced about his days working at Starbucks and reveled how he came up with his stage name. Now the Odd Future leader hits the late-night stage to rap a new Dr. Seuss book. Continue reading…
It was for a segment on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live'
He also preforms a trio of Cherry Bomb tracks.
For a whimsical yet terrifying way to start your day, watch Tyler, the Creator terribly rap the newly-discovered Dr. Seuss book, What Pet Should I Get?, while sporting a Cat in the Hat outfit during Wednesday's Jimmy Kimmel Live . 2015...Show More Summary
Tyler, The Creator has his own sketch comedy show, so if he’s the musical guest on your late-night talk show, there’s a fair bet that he’s willing to do whatever ridiculous shit your writers can conjure up. Last night, Tyler was the musical guest on Jimmy Kimmel Live, where he was happy to wear a […]
Tyler, the Creator was the musical guest on last night's "Jimmy Kimmel Live". Before performing his Cherry Bomb tracks "Cherry Bomb" and "Smuckers", Kimmel brought him out to rap excerpts from the just-released Dr. Seuss book What Pet Should I Get?. Of course, that means Tyler wore a Cat in the Hat costume. Update: Tyler also performed "Pilot", check that out below.
“Even the most skeptical reader will surely admire What Pet Should I Get?, in its initial printing of one million copies, as a text on the front lines of the revolution – and as a satire of old forms, perhaps, and at the very least an attempt at parody.”
This week marked the debut of a Dr. Seuss book called "What Pet Should I Get." Here's how Seuss has formed lasting emotional connections with his reader-customers.
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"Oh boy! It is something to make a mind up."
HANOVER, N.H. (AP) — Move over mockingbirds and watchmen. There's a new Yent in a tent in town. Dr. Seuss' new book, "What Pet Should I Get?", features the same siblings seen in his 1960 classic "One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish."...Show More Summary
Posthumous books keep bringing Dr. Seuss to life On Tuesday, Random House published What Pet Should I Get?, based on a recently rediscovered manuscript that Seuss's wife, Audrey Geisel and secretary, Claudia Prescott, found among his papers. Show More Summary
After months of waiting and speculation readers have been weighing in on Harper Lee's "Go Set a Watchman" and now we've finally cracked another much-discussed manuscript curiosity, Dr. Seuss' "What Pet Should I Get?"...
Although we have yet to complete our survey of all the towns in the world (we're aiming for 2035—fingers crossed) we feel pretty comfortably declaring Palmitas, Mexico the most colorful town that exists or has ever existed. A youth....
Nothing, regardless of how obscure or unexpected, is safe from falling into the funhouse mirror of being Onion-ized. Today alone, topics ranging from stadium bathroom floors to Dr. Seuss to garbage were subjected to The Onion‘s absurdist spin. But some subjects — particularly some media companies — need a little extra attention from the parody journal. …Read More
Red book, blue book, old book, new book! Yes, after five months of anticipation, Dr. Seuss's first new book in 25 years, hit bookshelves today - and it's a good one! What Pet Should I Get? ($10) was discovered by Dr. Seuss's widow, Audrey...Show More Summary
Theodor Geisel, better known as Dr. Seuss, passed in 1991, but the beloved children’s author lives on through the ridiculous rhymes and illustrations featured in dozens of books read by children throughout the world. And today a newly discovered illustrated book arrives in bookstores. “What Pet Should I Get?” captures that classic childhood moment of