Dr Seussian books have been my favorite children’s books since I was a kid.

And now I’m a big fan of the Seuss series.

My mom was a big Seuss fan, and I can remember reading his books and thinking, Wow, I could have one of these.

I have a Seuss book collection of more than 50 books.

But as I’ve grown older and more successful, I’ve also realized that there are some books that I loved that I don’t like anymore.

I mean, I think there’s something to be said for not liking something.

I think it’s important to be aware of that.

So I’ve made a list of my top 10 favorite Dr. Seuss children’s works, and there’s also a book I really want to read.

I’ve never read any of them, but I wanted to take a look at my own collection of Seuss works.

And there’s some that I didn’t love as much as I thought they were good.

But I’ve read a lot of these works over the years and have never really hated any of these books.

Here are my top ten favorite Dr Seuses children’s book books.


The Cat In The Hat (Seuss, 1928) I think this was my favorite Dr, Seuss work when I was younger.

This is a book that was just about cat-calling and teasing cats, and the narrator is a cat, so it’s a very serious story.


The Day the Earth Stood Still (Seussian, 1930) Dr. Seussian wrote a story in this one called The Day The Earth Stuck Still.

The title of this book is “The Day the World Stood Sinking.”

It’s about a boy who becomes a scientist.


The Three Little Pigs (Seussia, 1932) This is a story about three little pigs who want to build a house.

And when Dr. Frank Lloyd Wright asks Dr. Charles S. Seusys father, Dr. Joseph Seuss, to design a house for them, he is a genius and he designed a house that’s a little different from any house ever built.


The Green Egg (Seusys, 1930-1933) These are Dr. William Seuss’s stories about the first time he came to the U.S. He’s writing a story called The Green Eggs and Hamster and he’s really writing about his first trip to the States, and it’s about an alien invasion.

It’s a big deal.


The Little Mermaid (Seuskies, 1936) The Little Mermaid was one of Dr.

Seusss earliest stories.

It is really a tale about an ice cream company.

But Dr. James S. A. Allison is a huge fan of this work.

It was his favorite story of all his children’s work.


The Magic Kingdom (Seuses, 1937) My favorite DrSeuss story is The Magic Castle, which is this story about the adventures of the children in this Disney castle.

And it’s really about a little boy named Peter who is very different from his parents.


The Great Seal of St. Petersburg (Seas, 1938) If I had to choose between this book and the Great Seal, I’d say I would take The Great Sign of St-Peter.

It features a story where a boy is kidnapped and forced to play in a carnival game.


The Night Watch (Seussy, 1939) A lot of my favorite Seuss stories are about night watches.

And this one is called The Nightwatch, which tells the story of a young boy who wakes up in the middle of the night.


The Jungle Book (Seushuses, 1939-1941) Another great Seuss story, this one about a man who goes to visit his grandmother, and he goes to the jungle, and finds a lot more snakes than he anticipated.


The Color Purple (Seunkys, 1941) In this one, the young girl’s parents come to visit her at the end of her first year in school.

But they are attacked by snakes and the girl goes into the jungle to rescue them.


The Lion King (Seustys, 1943) One of my all-time favorite DrSuss stories, this is the story where King Kong goes to Africa.

And the story begins when he comes back from Africa.


The White Whale (Seostys, 1944) Here is a great Dr.

Jules Seuss tale, called The White Whale.

It tells the tale of a man named Jules, who travels the ocean to search for a white whale.


The Wizard of Oz (Seusters, 1945) Seuss wrote a great story called Wizard of the White Palace.

He tells this story where his father comes back