Every year, we so love honoring the birthday of Dr. Seuss and celebrating all the wonderful work he created for generations of children. Of course his many books and their important lessons are the most dear to our hearts, but he’s created so many wonderful characters that have inspired clothing, decor, snack ideas and more over the years, that we thought we’d round up our favorites. Because there’s never a bad day to get  little more Seuss into your life.

 

 

Cat in the Hat fruit towers at Super Healthy Kids | Cool Mom Picks

8 super fun Dr Seuss snack recipes for kids we think you’ll love. (These Seuss fruit tower treats from Superhealthy Kids)

Free printable set of 6 Dr Seuss lunch box notes | Chickabug for How Does She?

Free printable Dr Seuss lunchbox notes – how fun for any day of the week!

 

The Secret Art of Dr. Seuss: One of our favorite, lesser known Dr. Seuss books

A roundup of our staff’s very favorite Dr. Seuss books of all time including some you might not know. Shown here: a page from The Secret Art of Dr. Seuss.

 

Small Apparel: A very cool small business that gives back.

The cool authors tees and onesies featuring Dr. Seuss from Small Apparel, that also appear in our brand new baby shower gift guide.

 

Dr Seuss vintage book iPhone case. Love!

4 wild and wonderful Dr Seuss iPhone cases. We’ll take them all, thanks.

 

Dr Seuss Converse Chuck Taylors. Too cool

Dr. Seuss Chuck Taylors. So cool, I got to share them on the Today Show! And you can still find some of them on sites like Baggins Shoes or on ebay.

Cat in the Hat learn to Read app: Fantastic merger of a classic kids' primer with new technology

Over on Cool Mom Tech, we’ve got new Cat in the Hat Read and Learn app which is still a favorite of our younger kids plus 5 other  cool apps to help celebrate Dr Seuss’s birthday, and a great Dr Seuss educational app for the Nook tablet.

 

Original sketch from the newly discovered What Pet Should I Get? by Dr. Seuss

Then going back in time, the long lost Dr. Seuss book discovered in 2015 and some of the cool original drawings.

Thanks Ted (can we call you Ted?) for the generations of excited readers, learners, and critical thinkers you’ve helped to create. You really are with us forever.

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