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The Laziest

By: Random House

Hippos. Sloths. Cats. They’re the couch potatoes of the animal kingdom! But why are they so sluggish? Could there be a purpose to their peplessness?

A Tale About Tails (Dr. Seuss/Cat in the Hat)

By: Tish Rabe
illustrated by: Tom Brannon

Step into reading with the Cat in the Hat in this leveled reader about animal tails based on an episode of the hit PBS Kids television show The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! While playing Pin...

King Cecil the Sea Horse (Dr. Seuss/Cat in the Hat)

By: Tish Rabe
illustrated by: Christopher Moroney

When Sally and Nick need to learn about babysitting, the Cat in the Hat takes them to meet an expert: King Cecil the Seahorse! That's because when it comes to having babies, seahorses give birth in a very...


A Reindeer's First Christmas/New Friends for Christmas (Dr. Seuss/Cat in the Hat)

By: Tish Rabe
illustrated by: Joe Mathieu and Aristides Ruiz

Fans of the Cat in the Hat have cause to celebrate this holiday season with two stories based on the one-hour PBS Kids primetime special The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About Christmas! In A Reindeer's...

Why Oh Why Are Deserts Dry?

By: Tish Rabe
illustrated by: Aristides Ruiz and Joe Mathieu

In this latest installation of the Cat in the Hat's Learning Library, the Cat takes Sally and Dick to explore different kinds of deserts around the world,  from the hot, dry Sonoran and Mojavi to...

Tentacles!

By: Shirley Raye Redmond
illustrated by: Bryn Barnard

For centuries, sailors have handed down stories of the giant squid. They say this mysterious monster of the deep chases ships and battles whales. They say it can weigh up to 1,000 pounds and that its eyes...


Is a Camel a Mammal?

By: Tish Rabe
illustrated by: Jim Durk

The Cat in the Hat takes Dick and Sally on a Seussian safari to observe (and pontificate about) the many different kinds of mammals. An invaluable tour for all animal lovers!

The Loudest

By: Random House

Hyenas. Peafowl. Howler monkeys. They’re animals with big mouths—and even bigger voices! But why must they be so ear-piercingly noisy? Could it be they have something important to say?

The Meanest

By: Random House

Piranhas. Mosquitoes. Crocodiles. They’re animals with attitude. Cranky critters who’d rather bite than make nice. Or are they? Could there be a good reason for their bad behavior?