The Cat in the Hat Songbook by Dr. SeussThis classically wacky songbook contains 19 Seuss-songs for the beginning singer. There are lively songs like Plinker Plunker and The No Laugh Race, bedtime songs like Lullaby for Mr. Benjamin B. Bickelbaum, and just plain silly songs like Cry a Pint. With a sturdy binding that opens flat for easy use, and simple piano and guitar arrangements, The Cat in the Hat Songbook is truly something to sing about!
Songs and Music Based on Works By Dr. Seuss
What a weird and wonderful week it has been for Bob Dylan. First there's the strangely appealing combination of Bryan Ferry greasing his way through some vintage back catalogue , then the pope has at a pop at him for a gig,and now there is the quite magnificent website album Dylan Hears a Who. We are used to hearing mash-ups - Elvis suddenly appearing halfway through a Girls Aloud track like a Cadillac shunted on to the back of a Seat Ibiza - but this is something altogether more ambitious. The results are magnificent. Not only does the band brilliantly capture the Highway 61 Revisited-era sound but the vocalist pulls off the imitation with such exactness you'd swear this was some secret jest Dylan knocked off back in the 70s to amuse young Jakob.
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But few titles deliver as surely the regular, rhythmic pleasures to be found in pretty much any Seuss. A lot of people talk about how great Seuss is. It took my daughter turning two for me to figure it out. With the publication of a new Dr Seuss title, 23 years after the man died and 60 years after his most popular books were written, the question arises: why do we still read him? The new book, Horton and the Kwuggerbug and More Lost Stories, comprises four stories originally published in Redbook magazine in the s and apparently forgotten since.
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Popularly known as Dr. Seuss , he began his career as a cartoonist before becoming a children's book author and illustrator. Seuss was not a doctor, nor was he particularly fond of children. He was, however, one of the great children's writers of all time. Others explored relatively sophisticated themes such as tolerance, redemption, and self-expression. His books sold millions of copies worldwide and have been translated into different languages. Some of his books were also adapted for television and film.