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Fri Mar 21 17:15:12 2014 UTClccn-n910848460.00The cat behind the hat /0.081.00A game that I call up-up-up with a fish7408695n 910848463006235286383Docteur Seuss 1904-1991Doctor Seuss 1904-1991Doktor Seuss 1904-1991Dr. Seuss.Dr. Seuss, 1904-1991Dr. Seuss CollectionGeisel, Ted, 1904-1991Geisel Theodor 1904-1991Geisel, Theodor SeussGeisel, Theodor Seuss, 1904-1991Geisel, Theodore SeussLe Sieg, Theo, 1904-1991Le Sieg, Theo 1904-1991 PseudonymLeSieg, Theo 1904-1991 PseudonymLeSieg, Theodor.SeussSeuss, ... Doctor 1904-1991 PseudonymSeuss Doktor 1904-1991Seuss, Dr.Seuss Dr 1904-1991Seuss Geisel, Theodor 1904-1991Seuss, Theodor 1904-1991Sieg, Theo le 1904-1991Sius Duktur 1904-1991Stone Rosettaガイゼル, シオドア スースシューススーススース, ドクタードクター・スースSeuss, Dr.viaf-218018217SeussDrilllccn-n88004556Johnson, Steve1960-illnp-fancher, louFancher, Louilllccn-n79007507Blake, Quentinilllccn-no95005960Warner Home Video (Firm)lccn-n81083804Conried, Hansprfactlccn-n80051803Random House (Firm)pbllccn-n95000325Carrey, Jim1962-nrtprfactlccn-no2011002679Cat in the Hat (Firm)lccn-no2006073437Daurio, KensceausSeussDrJuvenile worksFictionDramaPoetryFantasy fictionCatalogsFilm adaptationsCaricatures and cartoonsExhibition catalogsBiographyStories in rhymeNonsense versesTongue twistersSeuss,--DrFoxesPollutionConservation of natural resourcesFantasyEmotionsColorDayImaginationDwellingsPlays on wordsUnited StatesEggsTreesBedtimeCooking (Eggs)World War (1939-1945)ElephantsEnglish language--AlphabetAlphabetHelping behaviorNeighborsFriendshipWit and humor, JuvenileAnimalsEditorial cartoonsImaginary lettersHitler, Adolf,Political cartoonsJapanese AmericansSleepChildren's poetry, AmericanAmerican wit and humor, PictorialChildren's storiesGrinch (Fictitious character)WeatherKindnessChristmas playsChristmasChristmas decorationsChristmas cookingWorld politicsPolitical scienceWisdomCaricatures and cartoonsIllustration of booksArt, American1904199119251926193719381939194019451949195019511952195319541955195619571958195919601961196219631964196519661967196819691970197119721973197419751976197719781979198019811982198319841985198619871988198919901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012201352180302892[E]PZ8.3.G276ocn795441407ocn781405406ocn076194188ocn799413463ocn421129417ocn743155137ocn762496975ocn867589830ocn762716133ocn843381104ocn417261783ocn245094578ocn285330375ocn440653123ocn439077967ocn707634202ocn742845798ocn724809844ocn429074731ocn048513061ocn761853711ocn836228237ocn676289331ocn676478066548681ocn000304375book19630.06Geisel, Theodor SeussFox in socksJuvenile worksFictionPoetryFantasy fictionToy and movable booksDr. Seuss+-+4385539485436940ocn000470409book19530.06Geisel, Theodor SeussThe Sneetches : and other storiesJuvenile worksFictionPictorial worksIncludes four humorous verse fantasies: The Sneetches, The Zax, Too Many Daves, and What was I Scared of?+-+8435539485379325ocn032508405book19960.06Geisel, Theodor SeussMy many colored daysJuvenile worksFictionThis rhyming story describes each day in terms of a particular color which in turn is associated with specific emotions+-+7240234215366924ocn007715159book19550.06Geisel, Theodor SeussOn beyond zebraJuvenile worksFictionPoetryPictorial worksA nonsensical alphabet that begins after the letter "Z"+-+7935539485359221ocn004983567book19790.06Geisel, Theodor SeussOh say can you say?Juvenile worksFictionPictorial worksA collection of nonsensical tongue twisters+-+8007939485355119ocn000181508book19620.06Geisel, Theodor SeussDr. Seuss's sleep bookJuvenile worksFictionPoetryTells, in verse, what happens when all ninety-nine zillion nine trillion and three creatures in the world go to sleep+-+0645539485334930ocn007724037book19530.06Geisel, Theodor SeussScrambled eggs super!Juvenile worksFictionPoetryPictorial worksPicture booksTired of scrambled eggs always tasting the same, Peter T. Hooper goes on a great egg hunt for his new recipe+-+5035539485331321ocn000314222book19720.06Geisel, Theodor SeussMarvin K. Mooney, will you please go now!Juvenile worksFictionPoetrySuggests in rhyme a number of ways for Marvin K. Mooney to travel as long as he gets going--now! In merry verse and illustrations, Marvin is asked to leave by every conceivable means of transportation+-+8549739485329918ocn000902800book19740.06Geisel, Theodor SeussGreat day for upJuvenile worksFictionPictorial worksRhymed text and illustrations introduce the many meanings of "up."+-+6864739485184216ocn042472252book19990.22Minear, Richard HDr. Seuss goes to war : the World War II editorial cartoons of Theodor Seuss GeiselHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcCaricatures and cartoonsCatalogsThe hardcover edition of Dr. Seuss Goes to War was published to extraordinary acclaim, selling out four printings and featured in publications from the New York Times and the Los Angeles Times to Entertainment Weekly and Mother Jones. Now, for the first time, the book that the New York Times Book Review hailed as "fascinating" is available in paperback+-+K010930106153110ocn760002522visu19720.08SeussThe LoraxJuvenile worksCaricatures and cartoonsFictionDramaShort filmsTelevision adaptationsFilm adaptationsAnimated filmsThe Lorax is a loveable creature who speaks for the trees, trying to stop the profit-greedy Once-ler from destroying the forest. A poignant tale of progress gone amok, this important warning is geared to the young, with an eye towards the world they will inherit tomorrow11991ocn032508788book19950.20Geisel, Theodor SeussThe secret art of Dr. SeussCatalogsIf you've ever read Oh, the Places You'll Go!, The Cat in the Hat, Horton Hears a Who, or any of the dozens of books written and illustrated by Theodor Geisel, you may think you're familiar with the work of the man who delighted millions as "Dr. Seuss." But the wildly imaginative creations collected in these pages show a previously unseen dimension of Geisel's art. These fabulous and whimsical paintings, created for his own pleasure and never before shown to the public, will enchant and amaze you. These fantastical images have the inimitable style of Geisel's alter ego Dr. Seuss, frequently depicting outlandish creatures in otherworldly settings. The puckish Seuss humor is in evidence, as well as the insight that often gave his stories deeper meaning. But these paintings break new ground, using a dazzling rainbow of hues not seen in the primary-color palette of Geisel's books for children. The Secret Art of Dr. Seuss exhibits a sophisticated, technically accomplished, and often quite unrestrained side of Geisel's talent. As his widow, Audrey Geisel, writes in her eloquent note to the collection: "I remember telling Ted that there would come a day when many of his paintings would be seen and he would thus share with his fans another facet of himself - his private self. That day has come."+-+339989421510788ocn075427959visu20000.08Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch stole Christmas!Juvenile worksFictionDramaChristmas television programsFantasy television programsFilm adaptationsAnimated television programsChristmas storiesThe grouchy Grinch tries to stop Christmas from coming to Whoville, but the Whos teach him the true meaning of Christmas instead+-+5236025425324103534ocn061464658rcrd19650.01Geisel, Theodor SeussFox in socksJuvenile worksFictionThe smart Fox uses difficult tongue twisters to get the confused Mr. Knox in trouble with his tongue+-+K9498302857414ocn036099920book19740.06SeussThere's a wocket in my pocket!Juvenile worksFictionPicture booksBeginner's text of all sorts of silly rhyming words+-+48373342156021ocn036659663book19970.06SeussSeuss-isms : wise and witty prescriptions for living from the good doctorJuvenile worksPoetryA collection of some of the good doctor's wisest and wittiest sayings+-+31083342153272ocn795250416visu20120.07Dr. Seuss on the looseJuvenile worksJoin Sam-I-Am and his persistent attempts at introducing a reluctant fellow to a most delectable dish. Their escapades take them across a zany landscape while assembling a cast of characters that only the imagination of Dr. Seuss can bring to life. Will Sam-I-Am convince his new friend to take a chance and finally try something new? Find out in this timeless tale the whole family will enjoy3032ocn038089905book19970.06Rabe, TishOh, baby, the places you'll go! : a book to be read in uteroJuvenile worksFictionAn adaptation of Dr. Seuss's "Oh, The Places You'll Go!" to be read to babies in the womb, which describes whimsical adventures children can look forward to enjoying once they arrive in the world+-+77203342152921ocn034203036visu19940.06Daisy-head MayzieJuvenile worksFictionFilm adaptationsYoung Mayzie McGrew becomes a worldwide sensation when a daisy grows out of her head, and everyone attempts to get rid of it2785ocn024001046visu19910.16Geisel, Theodor SeussThe 5000 fingers of Dr. TDramaYoung Bart Collins dreams of his piano teacher, Dr. Terwilliker. Dr. T wants to prove that his method of teaching piano is the best method in the world. He banishes all other musical instruments and lures 500 boys to perform on the biggest grand piano ever built+-+252403212519673ocn237124170visu20080.14Geisel, Theodor SeussDr. Seuss' Horton hears a Who!Juvenile worksFictionDramaComedy filmsFantasy filmsFilm adaptationsAction and adventure filmsAnimated filmsOne day, Horton the elephant hears a cry for help coming from a speck of dust. Even though he can't see anyone on the speck, he decides to help it. Good thing since as it turns out, the speck of dust is home to the Whos, who live in their city of Whoville. Horton agrees to help protect the Whos and their home. Unfortunately for Horton, this gives him nothing but torment from his neighbors. They refuse to believe that anything could survive on the speck. Still, Horton stands by the motto that, "After all, a person is a person, no matter how small."5575ocn802295033book20120.19Geisel, Theodor SeussDr. Seuss, the cat behind the hatBiographyExhibition catalogs"Illustrator by day, surrealist by night, Ted Geisel created a body of previously little-known work during his leisure hours that he called his 'Midnight Paintings,' and which is now known as 'The Secret Art of Dr. Seuss.' This irrepressible and soulful collection redefines Ted Geisel as an iconic American artist. For sixty years, his 'Secret Art' allowed Geisel to expand his artistic boundaries without the confines and pressures of commercial deadlines and influences. These paintings afforded the peaceful distraction that he craved, and through this work, the tenets of surrealism--surprise and juxtaposition--energized his sensibilities. This volume exuberantly juxtaposes Geisel's 'Midnight Paintings' with his best-loved children's books because this was how Dr. Seuss constructed his creative life--his days devoted to literature for children, his nights to letting his mind and palette wander to even stranger shores. Inevitably, Geisel created images in his private artworks that would find their way into his literary projects. Though he fiercely protected his 'Secret Art' from criticism during his lifetime, his intention all along was for these works to be seen when he was gone"--From publisher's description4132ocn053953456book20040.20Kemp, James WThe Gospel according to Dr. Seuss : [snitches, sneeches, and other creachas]Publisher's description: The stories of one of the world's most beloved children's authors are both imaginative and entertaining. But a closer look at Dr. Seuss's stories reveals that many are inspirational as well as instructive. James Kemp has identified as his favorite theologian not Barth or Pannenberg, but the inimitable Dr. Seuss. In this readily accessible resource, Kemp finds parallels between the actions of cats in hats, Grinches, Snitches, Sneetches, and other Creachas and lessons found in Scripture. Thus, as the author shares his enthusiasm for the creativity and wisdom of Dr. Seuss, both the meaning and the relevance of many Bible passages come to life+-+32096526353911ocn352542484book20090.31Schiffrin, AndréDr. Seuss & Co. go to war : the World War II editorial cartoons of America's leading comic artistsHistoryCaricatures and cartoonsIn Dr. Seuss & Co. Go to War, we discover an astonishing treasure trove of over three hundred incisive political cartoons by Seuss as well as a cohort of other legendary cartoonists of the time, including Saul Steinberg, Al Hirschfeld, Arthur Szyk, Carl Rose, and Mischa Richter, among others.-publisher description+-+1529300406213ocn223258308visu20010.08Howard, RonThe GrinchFilm adaptationsThe Grinch is a green hairy creature who lives in a cave high atop Mount Crumpit. The two things he hates most are Christmas and the Whos, who live at the bottom of his mountain. One year he decides to steal all the Christmas presents and decorations to stop Christmas. However the Whos still celebrate Christmas and with the help of a little girl the Grinch finally learns the true spirit of Christmas51ocn819927500visu20120.17DeVito, DannyDr. Seuss' the LoraxJuvenile worksDramaFilm adaptationsIn search of a real, live tree, a twelve-year-old boy pays a visit to the reclusive Once-ler, who tells him the story of the grumpy, yet charming Lorax, who tried to protect the forest by speaking up on behalf of the trees41ocn824701312book20120.19Geisel, Theodor SeussDr Seuss : the cat behind the hat : the art of Dr SeussBiographyExhibition catalogs21ocn823552919book2012Geisel, Theodor SeussThe cat behind the hat11ocn051147233visu19571.00Dr. Seuss (Ted Geisel) at work on a drawing of a grinch, the hero of his forthcoming book, "How the Grinch Stole Christmas"11ocn729363036art20010.10Haller, Charles RGeisel. Theodor Seuss Geisel (1904-1991)HistoryBiography11ocn040466535visu19981.00Geisel, Theodor SeussThey've all gone to bed in the beds of their choicesThis image appears on pages [46] and [47] [of Dr. Seuss's sleep book], and depicts creature sleeping contentedly in their various nests and burrows11ocn040466361visu19971.00Geisel, Theodor SeussA game that I call up-up-up with a fish"This drawing appears on pages 12 and 13 [of The cat in the hat], and depicts the start of the Cat's "good fun that is funny." Here, the Cat precariously balances the fish on the end of his umbrella while Sally and the young boy look on in stunned amazement"--Certificate of authenticity11ocn442184209book19990.22Minear, Richard HDr. Seuss goes to war : the World War II editorial cartoons of Theodor Seuss GeiselHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcCaricatures and cartoonsCatalogsThe hardcover edition of Dr. Seuss Goes to War was published to extraordinary acclaim, selling out four printings and featured in publications from the New York Times and the Los Angeles Times to Entertainment Weekly and Mother Jones. Now, for the first time, the book that the New York Times Book Review hailed as "fascinating" is available in paperback11ocn740921028visu19530.475000 fingers of Dr. TA young boy has a nightmare in which his piano teacher (Hans Conreid) has kidnapped 500 boys and holds them in an enchanted castle. Created by Dr. Seuss11ocn040465639visu19971.00Geisel, Theodor SeussSay! I like green eggs and ham!"This drawing appears on pages 58 and 59 [of Green eggs and ham], and depicts the moment when Sam-I-Am convinces the book's other character (who has no name) to taste the green eggs and ham"--Certificate of authenticity11ocn003259264book19771.00Haas, Warren JTheodor S. Geisel; a citation from ARLA citation in verse read by the author to greet Geisel at a reception at the 19th Meeting of the Association of Research Libraries, May 4, 197701ocn809457817book20010.08Gikow, LouiseLe GrinchFilm adaptationsThe Grinch is a green hairy creature who lives in a cave high atop Mount Crumpit. The two things he hates most are Christmas and the Whos, who live at the bottom of his mountain. One year he decides to steal all the Christmas presents and decorations to stop Christmas. However the Whos still celebrate Christmas and with the help of a little girl the Grinch finally learns the true spirit of Christmas+-+8435539485+-+8435539485Fri Mar 21 15:42:45 EDT 2014batch42350