Read Across America to Celebrate Literacy and Dr. Seuss

Column by Jessica Marie Baumgartner
A day for reading is something you've been needing.

8 Dr. Seuss Books You Positively Can't Live Without

Column by Emmanuel Nataf
On March 2nd, we celebrate the prolific Dr. Seuss’s 115th birthday! To honor his legacy, we've compiled eight of his very best works (best enjoyed with a side of green eggs and ham).

The Horrors of Children's Christmas Books

Column by Peter Derk December 17, 2015
A rundown of children's Christmas books and the horrors contained therein.
New Dr. Seuss Book

New Dr. Seuss Book to Hit Shelves this Month

News by Raine Winters
Find out what pet you should get!

6 Books Written By Authors You Wouldn’t Expect

Column by Max Booth III May 15, 2015
Sometimes you pick up a book and have to look twice at the author's name. The book is so outside the author’s norm, you just don’t know how to comprehend what you’re holding.
Dr. Seuss gets his own Museum

Dr. Seuss gets his own Museum

News by Raine Winters
Soon we’ll be able to enjoy a whole building’s worth of Seuss’ amazing legacy.
What pet should I get? Dr. Seuss

Missing Seuss/Sherlock Manuscripts Found

News by Raine Winters February 23, 2015
The world will be treated to more legendary tales penned by Dr. Seuss (aka Ted Geisel) and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

10 Great Children's Books (The Insipid 'Goodnight, Moon' Isn't Among Them)

Column by Ed Sikov December 11, 2014
A collection of great children's literature chosen by a sentimental cynic.

Happy Birthday, Dr Seuss!

Column by Emma McMorran Clark
Everyone's talking about Dr Seuss' 110th birthday. For me, it's been a time to revisit the books that made me fall in love with words — and that love hasn't tarnished over the years.

10 Reasons Why the Grinch Is Better than Santa Claus

Column by Daniel Hope
The Grinch deserves more attention as a fixture of the holiday season. He's better than Santa Claus in many ways.

The Pen and the Sword: Ten Books That Instigate Conflict and Promote Peace

Column by Leah Dearborn November 8, 2013
Books are not always innocent creations. Time and again, the written word has helped to both inflame and resolve human conflicts.
Drag Queen Reads Dr Seuss’s 'Green Eggs And Ham' To Kids

Drag Queen Gets to Read Dr Seuss’s 'Green Eggs And Ham' To Kids After All

News by Dean Fetzer March 6, 2013
After being invited then disinvited to read to children at a New Jersey after-school program, Martha Graham Cracker got to celebrate Dr Seuss’s birthday in Philadelpia - reading to children!
"Where The Wild Things Are" Auction

Rare Signed First Edition of Where The Wild Things Are Goes to Auction

News by Christopher Shultz
Swann Auction Galleries have some pretty amazing, graphic-themed items for sale in honor of Bibliography Week, but their price tags pack a punch.

Book Brawl: A Christmas Carol vs. How the Grinch Stole Christmas

Column by Meredith Borders December 21, 2012
The two standard tales of Yuletide duke it out in a display of brute strength and glad tidings.
Dr. Seuss's World War II Cartoons

A Look At Dr. Seuss's World War II Cartoons

News by Dave Reuss June 6, 2012
The University of California, San Diego offers a look at Dr. Seuss's political cartoons.
 Lorax Statue Stolen From Estate Of Dr. Seuss

Bronze Lorax Statue Stolen From The Estate Of The Late Dr. Seuss

News by Rob Hart March 29, 2012
A bronze statue of The Lorax was stolen from the estate of the late Dr. Seuss. The family is pleading for its safe return.
The Lorax is being used to sell SUVs

Apparently, Now The Lorax Speaks For The SUVs

News by Rob Hart March 2, 2012
The Lorax, a fuzzy little environmentalist created by Dr. Seuss, and the star of a movie hitting today, is being used to sell SUVs--which is downright shameful.