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What a great book to read whether you are a child or an adult I loved the rhymes and illustrations And there is great morals to be learned in each story I think everyone would benefit from reading Dr Seuss books. (((Read Pdf))) ⇤ Six by Seuss ⇠ Dr Seuss s magic elixir may or may not prolong life, but it is a fact that it makes you feel a whole lot better Here in one glorious volume are six of the good doctor s best prescriptions Not a word or a picture has been omitted or changed Ranging from his very first book, And to Thing That I Saw It on Mulberry Street, to his prophetic The Lorax, Six by Seuss is the perfect collection to share with the entire family and to pass from generation to generation الأخلاق والسير but it is a fact that it makes you feel a whole lot better Here in one glorious volume are six of the good doctor s best prescriptions Not a word or a picture has been omitted or changed Ranging from his very first book Hate Me Today And to Thing That I Saw It on Mulberry Street Hostage to Pleasure to his prophetic The Lorax A Sister to Scheherazade Six by Seuss is the perfect collection to share with the entire family and to pass from generation to generation I don t think picking classics for these works is far off These are some of Seuss s best loved stories, including The 500 Hats, The Lorax, Yertle the Turtle, Hortan Hatches the Egg, And to Think that I saw it on Mulberrry Street, and How the Grinch Stole Christmas. Tonight I stayed one night in the Seuss room at the Sylvia Beach Hotel a hotel where each room is dedicated to and decorated after a different author Figured while I was here, to stay in the zone, I would read every Seuss book on the shelf Only marking the anthologies, but the beginning readers are here too An old deserted town was once flourishing with life The Once ler tells a young boy of the Truffula Trees that was inhabited the Street of the Lifted Lorax He was fine with his knitted Thneed, but then the Lorax appeared A thriving business appeared but eventual collapse followed The environment was destroyed This is one of Dr Seuss s stories that I do love It shows us how greed can destroy, and how the environment should be taken care of The Lorax trees are beautiful The illustrator sho An old deserted town was once flourishing with life The Once ler tells a young boy of the Truffula Trees that was inhabited the Street of the Lifted Lorax He was fine with his knitted Thneed, but then the Lorax appeared A thriving business appeared but eventual collapse followed The environment was destroyed This is one of Dr Seuss s stories that I do love It shows us how greed can destroy, and how the environment should be taken care of The Lorax trees are beautiful The illustrator shows life with bright colors then despair with dark, dull colors I picked this up early in my teaching career There were a couple Dr Seuss books here I had not read before Dr Seuss was a prolific writer What classics I enjoy this anthology as it is compact for six books Of course, once I met my wife, we doubled all these books as she has the entire collection One can never have too many Dr Seuss books, however. 4 1 4 stars Admittedly, it s cheating a bit to include this book in my read books It is, after all, a collections of kids books But Dr Suess is a magician with words, and at this point, I suspect that I appreciate his magicthan my five month old son, who I read this whole book to in the course of a few short days after buying a copy of it at Forest Books in Japantown, San Francisco.From the incredible imagination of the boy in To think I saw it on Mulberry Street, to the foreboding tale of The Admittedly, it s cheating a bit to include this book in my read books It is, after all, a collections of kids books But Dr Suess is a magician with words, and at this point, I suspect that I appreciate his magicthan my five month old son, who I read this whole book to in the course of a few short days after buying a copy of it at Forest Books in Japantown, San Francisco.From the incredible imagination of the boy in To think I saw it on Mulberry Street, to the foreboding tale of The Lorax, from the goodness of Bartholomew Cubbins in the eponymous 500 Hats and the rottenness and redemption found in Yertle the Turtle, from the devotion in Horton Hatches the Egg to the change of heart in the famous Grinch story, they re all keepers.I love love love Suess stories It ll take a real genius to top Suess in my book Okay, this is perfection This is a collection of all Dr Seuss s classics This has his first book and half of the ones in this book have gone on to become movies Like Horton the elephant, the Lorax, and even the Grinch Perfect starter book for those who have kids learning to read, the pictures can help connecting words to objects Especially those wacky words Even past childhood I find myself reading a story or two Overall, if you are going to start a Seuss collection start here Okay, this is perfection This is a collection of all Dr Seuss s classics This has his first book and half of the ones in this book have gone on to become movies Like Horton the elephant, the Lorax, and even the Grinch Perfect starter book for those who have kids learning to read, the pictures can help connecting words to objects Especially those wacky words Even past childhood I find myself reading a story or two Overall, if you are going to start a Seuss collection start here Guess what the first book Dr Seuss wrote and illustrated was actually really bad, which make me feel a little better about my own artistic failures It also makes me wonder, once again, how all the amazing poets actually manage to reach the point of writing good poetry I would die long before then from the sheer agony of reading my first 249 terrible poems His poetry definitely improved over the years, and so did his illustrating style It s awesome having a one volume chronicle of his gro Guess what the first book Dr Seuss wrote and illustrated was actually really bad, which make me feel a little better about my own artistic failures It also makes me wonder, once again, how all the amazing poets actually manage to reach the point of writing good poetry I would die long before then from the sheer agony of reading my first 249 terrible poems His poetry definitely improved over the years, and so did his illustrating style It s awesome having a one volume chronicle of his growth as an artist