What do a scheming feline, a greedy duck, a goldfish who grows as big as a whale, an Ikka, a Grickle, a Nupper and a pair of Wild Wheef have in common? They all star in this fantastic collection of Dr. Seuss stories that most people never even knew about.
Originally published in magazines in 1950 and 1951, the seven short stories in The Bippolo Seed and Other Lost Stories have rarely been seen, until now! Featuring an introduction by the world’s foremost Seuss scholar, color-enhanced versions of the original artwork and a treasure trove of Dr. Seuss’ almost-forgotten stories starring a wonderful menagerie of his imaginary beasties, this is a book that no Dr. Seuss fan will want to miss! (Ages 4-6/ 6-9)
Hardcover Book : 72 pages
Publisher: Random House Children'S Bk. ( September 27, 2011 )
Item #: 13-435046
Product Dimensions: 8.0 x 11.875 inches
Product Weight: 14.0 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
I had the privelege of reading some of these stories when they originally appeared in serial form, and was eager to share them with my grandchildren. They were so excited to receive their "NEW" Dr. Seuss stories! They loved them, of course. What's not to love -- it's Dr. Seuss!
What a glorious find to see some less familiar books by Dr. Seuss!! Its a book you will never outgrow.
I love Dr Seuss!! All his books are great! Even though I am an adult I will never stop reading Dr. Seuss' books. I purchased my newest copy to keep in my personal library so I may enjoy reading them to my grandchildren.
Reviewer: Diane S
I am SO glad that we go this book! It is very entertaining and a great addition to our collection! I hope they come out with a 2nd set!!
I was pleased with the book. I must admit I feared the "lost stories" might be dregs, but that was not so. I quickly bought another copy so both my grandsons could have copies. While the book does not have as many illustrations as a typical Dr. Seuss book, the story addressed the important of self-discipline, a topic that is important to us all. A great companion to The Lorax.