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Theodor Seuss Geisel, an American children’s author and cartoonist that made numerous timeless classics, is one of the major influential creators of the past century. He is best known for writing under the pen name Dr. Seuss and illustrating over 60 books that have sold over 600 million copies and has been translated into over 20 languages. His works remain a longstanding and well-loved children’s favourite for generations, particularly due to his use of nonsensical and silly made-up names, creatures stories and distinctive rhyming structure. 

In this collection, we have included some of the bestselling Dr. Seuss books and titles to add to any kids' bookshelf. Not only are these books entertaining and loved by little ones, but they are also beneficial for children when reading to develop early literacy skills. Rhyming helps children learn about words, sounds and language formation. When read aloud, rhymes help children to help identify rhythm and repetition for words, creating a secure foundation for early learning and literacy development. 

If you’re not sure where to look, let us help you find a good book! The perfect collection for beginner or longstanding Dr. Seuss fans is A Classic Case of Dr. Seuss 20 Books Collection Set. You may know the stories from movies and television, but nothing compares to the originals! From popular titles like The Cat in the Hat to One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish and even Horton Hears A Who!, this classic collection has all of the core classics your child can’t do without. With 20 paperback books in a sturdy box for easy storage, these books are the perfect addition to any child’s bookshelf. This edition is particularly useful for children aged 0-5 who are learning to read. Each book is colour-coded:

  • Blue backs- contain simple rhymes and repetition with pictures to help understand meaning. 
  • Green backs- for kids beginning to read on their own. The rhythm and rhyme helps to build confidence and independence.
  • Yellow backs- for fluent readers and particularly great for reading aloud. They also make for excellent bedtime stories. 

About the Author

The great author had his first book rejected by 27 publishers in his early career, but he

soon found success and became a legendary author, and in 1957 his book The Cat in the Hat was an instant hit! Dr. Seuss was proficient in writing, illustrating and making new creatures with wonderful names and personas, which all rhyme and flow tastefully through the story. Author Beatrix Potter even made a statement about his early work: “The cleverest book I have met with for many years.” Dr. Seuss’s artwork and creation can be seen in theme parks, paintings, sculptures and movies such as How the Grinch Stole Christmas!, which appears every Christmas. Dr. Seuss’s commitment to his work is well respected and appreciated; he has won several awards for numerous entertainment projects like the 1984 Pulitzer Prize, which involved his great contributions to education for children.

Did you know there are some correlations between Dr. Seuss with his lovely childhood memories with his mother connected to his rhyming style? When he was just a kid, his mother would often entertain him with rhymes based on various pie flavours. Did you know that it was reported Dr. Seuss would write roughly 8 hours a day and throw away, on average, 500-1000 pages during the initial draft of a picture book? You can visit our authors and series categories for more fantastic books!