Dr. Seuss Kids Books Music & DVDs
We've all had days like this--when you just don't want to get out of bed! The little boy in this charming story is determined to prove that no one, not even the police or the Marines, can get him out of bed!
Horton the elephant is tricked by a lazy bird to sit on its egg all year. Despite taunts from peers, Horton persists, keeping his promise--and getting a great reward in the end!
This unique book is not actually complete! Your child has to fill in the blanks of sentences about their weight, their home country, the color of their eyes, their telephone number and address, as well as favorite foods, colors and more.
This is a Dr. Seuss book like no other! Flip through the pages, and your little one will discover hundreds of illustrated creatures curling up to go to sleep for the night!
Teaching a lesson on patience and hope, this is Seuss's tale of a little boy who is determined to catch something while fishing in a 'pool' that everyone is informing him is nothing more than a puddle. Hardcover.
In this delightfully illustrated Seuss tale, young Gerald McGrew imagines traveling the world to find exotic and unique animals to open his own zoo. Hardcover.
Young readers can relate to this fun story of two young children who do whatever they can to cheer their dad up after he's had a bad day. The repetition and rhyme in this tale is ideal for teaching young readers.
With his usual wit, rhyme, whimsical characters, and illustrations, Dr. Seuss takes on the environment with this favorite, about a being known as The Lorax, who tries desperately to warn of the disaster that will ensue if the trees keep getting cut down.
One of children's best-loved authors, Dr. Seuss, does it again! A household of unusual creatures help beginning readers recognize common "household" words.
In this classic tale from Dr. Seuss, Sam-I-Am mounts a determined campaign to convince another Seuss character to eat a plate of green eggs and ham.
In this delightful rhyming book with fun illustrations, a dog, a tiger, and a lion have a balancing competition with apples. This is an ideal way to get children counting!
It's the ABCs with a large dose of humor and pizzazz. This book takes the reader through the alphabet and features ants with American flags all the way through to a zebra playing a zither.
Teeth - they come in handy when you chew or smile. In Dr. Seuss's hilarious ode to teeth, little ones will laugh out loud as they find out all the things teeth can do and how to take care of them so they last a lifetime.
Children will love P.D. Eastman's book of things that go. Whether by foot, car, air or even ski, join these dogs as they go!
A baby bird is hatched while his mother is away. Fallen from his nest, he sets out to look for her and asks everyone he meets - including a dog, a cow, and a plane - "Are you my mother?" P.D.
Filled with colorful pictures, this book is ideal for little ones who are just learning the names for things. In typical Dr. Seuss fashion, this book explores the many uses of one's nose, including holding up glasses!
This delightful book chronicles a day in the life of Ted and Fred; two dogs who are different in every way, but also the best of friends.
This delightful book by best-loved children's author Dr. Seuss is a fun book that explores the concept of opposites and features funny feet doing funny things.
A monkey uses its fingers and hands to beat on a drum, "dum ditty, dum ditty, dum, dum dum!" More monkeys come and join in the fun, drumming, picking fruit, shaking hands, and strumming banjoes.
When a boy feeds his new fish Otto too much food, disaster strikes! Otto grows and grows, and the boy can't find a bowl big enough for him.