Dr. Seuss DVDs


Dr. Seuss created some of the most popular characters of all time. This website includes links to a few of his greatest books and videos.

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Dr. Seuss Celebration

(The Grinch Grinches the Cat in the Hat / The Cat in the Hat/ Green Eggs and Ham / The Lorax)

The Cat in the Hat (1971)

How the Grinch Stole Christmas / Horton Hears a Who (2000)

The Cat in the Hat Comes Back / Hop on Pop (2003)

One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish / Are You My Mother? (2003)

Dr. Seuss's ABC
Together, the three stories in this video offer a fine introduction to the basics of reading, in an appealing and humorous format kids will enjoy. Dr. Seuss ABC's teaches the alphabet through whimsical Seuss characters and crazy, kid-friendly words. Each word of the alphabet is introduced with its capital and lowercase letters. Then different words that use the letter are spelled. Kids will enjoy the zany illustrations, and will be challenged to learn phonetics, with phrases like "duck-dog," "quacking quackeroo," "four fluffy feathers on a fiffer-feffer-fef," and "yawning yellow yak." In the second segment, the Cat in the Hat points out all the wonderful things kids can learn if they only read with their eyes open. Finally, "Mr. Brown Can Moo, Can You?" teaches phonetics through the story of a man who can make sounds like animals and everyday appliances.

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The Best of Dr. Seuss (1992)
What parent doesn't get a little kick out of reading Theodor Geisel's (a.k.a. Dr. Seuss) brilliantly charming little tomes to their kids? What child doesn't love hearing the stories--repeatedly, even? The three tales here--"Butter Battle Book," "Daisy-Head Mayzie" (a story discovered after Geisel's 1991 death), and "Horton Hatches the Egg!"--all offer up Dr. Seuss's distinctive storytelling, but each is decidedly different. Produced by Ralph Bakshi, they're excellent animated examples of how children's books should be translated into video. The "Butter Battle Book" offers a witty and sharp allegorical war tale: the Zooks and the Yooks battle over which side of the bread should be buttered. In a twist, this one has a cliffhanger ending and not the kind of shiny-happy-people conclusion most people associate with Dr. Seuss. "Daisy-Head Mayzie," which was posthumously released with much fanfare, is a simple story of a girl who suddenly sprouts a flower atop her head. Disconcerting to her, to her teachers, and to her family, the flower is the cause of peer teasing. Meanwhile, an older classic ("Horton Hatches the Egg!") presents a story with more rudimentary animation (but still an excellent adaptation) about an earnest and loyal elephant. Like Lewis Carroll's Alice, he means what he says, and says what he means: he's faithful.

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