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Horton 60th Anniversary Edition X
Cuddle Fish
Anthony Drexel Goldfarb
The Grinch 60th
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The Cat 60th
Green Cat With Lights
Sludge Tarpon
Sam I Am
Green Eggs and Ham 60th Anniversary Edit
And A Trunk Just Like His
Sneetches 50th Anniversary
Fox In Sox 50th Anniversary
Little Cats B, C & A
Yawning Cats
Green Cat In The Finland Subway
Flaming Herring
Golden Girl
Gimlet Fish


Dr. Seuss was a storyteller in the grandest sense of the word. Not only did he tell fantastical tales of far-away places but he also gave us a unique visual language that carried his stories to new heights of artistic expression. Surrealism provided the foundation from which he built his career, but like a launch pad sitting idle just before liftoff, surrealism was soon to be engulfed in the flames of ridiculous fun and its launch tower thrown to the ground with each new editorial cartoon, magazine cover, painting, or children's book. 

It was that explosive energy that thrust Ted’s works into otherworldly places, taking young and old alike on a ride that would become a critical reference point for most children from 1937 on, as well as for the adults who raised them. Nearly everyone has a significant Dr. Seuss memory. Many of today’s top visual artists, poets, filmmakers, and authors cite Ted as one of their greatest influences. Indeed, what Walt Disney was to entertainment, Theodor Seuss Geisel was to art and literature.

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