Complete List of Dr Seuss Books in Order: 21 popular collection

Explore the whimsical world of Dr. Seuss with our complete book list. Dive into timeless stories in the enchanting order they were written.
Here's a list of all the books by Dr. Seuss, in the order he made them. These are the 45 books that were both written and illustrated by Dr Seuss himself.

Today I would like to recommend the 21 most popular and famous book collections by a great children's author Dr. SeussThe most complete set of "Dr. Seuss" English original series picture books in history! 

He has many interesting books, that are very suitable for children's English learning and enlightenment.

Dr. Seuss, America's most popular children's writer, and illustrator, has been hailed as the preeminent children's writer and educator of the twentieth century. 

His works have nurtured the growth of several generations of American citizens. It is said that the first book of a quarter of children in the United States comes from the works of Dr. Seuss, who can be called the national teacher of the United States.

Dr. Seuss's works, full of rhythmic language, are catchy to read, the style of painting is clear, and the stories are funny. Maybe adults don't feel it, but children like it very much. 

His philosophy is to treat children as equals, so he doesn't want to impose dogmatic things on children in books, which is why the things he presents in his works, whether it is text or pictures, are as strange and unrestricted as children's thinking. There is no such thing as reasonable and unreasonable.

Dr. Seuss's books always contain thought-provoking truths in imaginative stories; without deliberate preaching, children can naturally understand these truths and make them more receptive.

Dr Seuss in a suit is seated at a desk surrounded by open books and magazines, reading one of the magazines, in a room with bookshelves.

Complete List Of Dr Seuss Books In Publication Order

  1. And To Think That I Saw It On Mulberry Street (1937) 
  2. The 500 Hats Of Bartholomew Cubbins (1938) 
  3. The King's Stilts (1939) 
  4. Horton Hatches the Egg (1940) 
  5. McElligot's Pool (1947) 
  6. Thidwick The Big-Hearted Moose (1948) 
  7. Bartholomew And The Oobleck (1949) 
  8. If I Ran the Zoo (1950) 
  9. Scrambled Eggs Super! (1953) 
  10. Horton Hears A Who! (1954) 
  11. On Beyond Zebra (1955) 
  12. If I Ran The Circus (1956) 
  13. The Cat in the Hat (1957) 
  14. How The Grinch Stole Christmas (1957) 
  15. Yertle The Turtle And Other Stories (1958) 
  16. The Cat In The Hat Comes Back! (1958) 
  17. Happy Birthday To You! (1959) 
  18. Green Eggs And Ham (1960) 
  19. One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish (1960) 
  20. The Sneetches And Other Stories (1961) 
  21. Dr Seuss's Sleep Book (1962) 
  22. Dr Seuss's ABC (1963) 
  23. Hop on Pop (1963) 
  24. Fox In Socks (1965) 
  25. I Had Trouble In Getting To Solla Sollew (1965) 
  26. The Cat in the Hat Song Book (1967) 
  27. The Foot Book (1968) 
  28. I Can Lick 30 Tigers Today! And Other Stories (1969) 
  29. My Book About Me (1969) 
  30. I Can Draw It Myself (1970) 
  31. Mr Brown Can Moo! Can You? (1970) 
  32. The Lorax (1971)
  33. Marvin K. Mooney Will You Please Go Now! (1972) 
  34. Did I Ever Tell You How Lucky You Are? (1973) 
  35. The Shape Of Me And Other Stuff (1973) 
  36. Great Day For Up (1974) 
  37. There's a Wocket in my Pocket! (1974) 
  38. Oh, The Thinks You Can Think! (1975) 
  39. I Can Read With My Eyes Shut! (1978) 
  40. Oh Say Can You Say? (1979) 
  41. Hunches In Bunches (1982) 
  42. The Butter Battle Book (1984) 
  43. You're Only Old Once! (1986) 
  44. I am Not Going to Get Up Today (1987) 
  45. Oh, The Places You'll Go! (1990) 

21 Most Popular and Famous Collection of Dr Seuss Books 

One in four children in the United States writes their first book—Dr. Suess. In 2001, the American "Publisher Weekly" selected the one hundred best-selling classic children's books of all time (All-Time Bestselling Children's Books), of which sixteen are Dr. Seuss's, among the top twenty. He accounted for six, and behind him was the British JK Rowling who wrote the Harry Potter series.

Each of Dr. Seuss's children's books uses interesting rhymes, mainly to train children's mastery of English phonetic systems, such as foxes, boxes, socks, clocks, blocks, and so on. The sentences in the book are very simple, and when read aloud in an exaggerated tone, children will listen with great interest.

If domestic parents want to cultivate their children's interest and ability to learn English from an early age, I highly recommend Dr. Seuss's book. Kids will love it. But unfortunately, Dr. Seuss's books are all interesting sentences and scenes, not a complete story. 

The following are Dr. Seuss's most popular children's picture books, suitable for parents and children aged 2-4 to read together, and 5-10 years old to read independently.

1. Dr. Seuss's ABC

Dr. Seuss's ABC

When you see A, what do you think of it? Aunt Annis's alligator! This is the A in the eyes of Dr. Seuss. And what about Z, Zizzer-Zazzer-Zuzz, what is this? Dr. Seuss even drew a strange creature with big yellow eyes, pink and white fur, and a rather comical shape. 

This is Dr. Seuss' alphabet friend. Dr. Seuss introduces the boring English alphabet to children through these imaginative things. Let English become lively and interesting from the alphabet.

2. The Foot Book

The foot book

This is a book about antonyms. Left foot, right foot, feet during the day, feet at night, wet feet, dry feet... Children, how many kinds of feet have you seen? Come and count.

3. Hop on Pop

Hop on Pop

This book was selected from the recommended book list of Liao Caixing's audiobook list. When a child sees the words "Ed, Ned, Red, and Ted in the..." and knows the pronunciation of "b", the word Bed can be blurted out.

4. Mr. Brown Can Moo, Can You?

Mr. Brown Can Moo, Can You : Dr. Seuss's Book of Wonderful Noises

Mr. Brown can learn not only the crowing of a rooster, and the rumbling of a train but also the sound of a cat drinking water. 

Incredibly, Mr. Brown can make so many interesting sounds. This is really a great book for kids to learn about various sounds.

5. One fish, Two fish, Red fish, Blue fish

One fish, Two fish, Red fish, Blue fish

Various contradictory things were written into his tongue twister by Dr. Seuss. In addition to the height and length, Dr. Seuss also found more bizarre and contradictory things as the content of the tongue twister. 

If you are interested, don't be constrained by rules and regulations. Who said you can't fly kites on the bed? Who says you can't put 10 cats on your head? Go open your child's imagination!

6. The Shape of Me and Other Stuff

The Shape of Me and Other Stuff

Objects in the world, as long as there is light, there are shadows. It's your shadow, it's her shadow, it's his shadow, it's their shadow... 

There are so many shadows, they can be described as diverse, and we know ourselves and other things through these shadows. Children, there is more than one side to knowing this world.

7. There's a Wocket in my Pocket

There's a Wocket in my Pocket

"In my house, there are many, many different fur monsters, some of them hidden in the closet, some in the curtains, some under the carpet, some in the chimney... 

They have nowhere to go No, although sometimes they are a little scary, they are all my good friends. Come and look for them, where are the little fur monsters hiding?"

8. The Cat in the Hat

The Cat in the Hat

The Cat in the Hat is also a book recommended. A cat with a tall hat and a discounted bow tie arrives unexpectedly on a dank, dank rainy day, bringing all kinds of wacky tricks to two sisters who are bored at home by their mother. 

Almost everything in the house has become a cat prop so that the world is turned upside down, and the worst thing is that the cat is also soiled mother's beautiful dress... 

When all the destruction and mischief seemed to be getting worse, the mother came from outside the door The sound of footsteps, and the children were caught off guard by the mess of the house, how should they face the mother who is about to push the door? After so many troubles, how should the cat in the hat clean up the mess?

9. Fox in Socks

Fox in Socks

In this funny storybook, FOX in red socks took Mr. Knox to play a lot of funny games, until Knox's tongue cramps, what kind of game can make Mr. Knox's tongue cramp? 

When the children read these funny stories, they realize that not only does Knox's tongue cramp, but the children's tongues are about to cramp. 

It turned out that Dr. Seuss used very rhythmic language to turn the story into a tongue twister and exercise the children's ability to speak.

10. Green Eggs and Ham

Green Eggs and Ham

The creation of this book stemmed from a bet between Dr. Seuss and a friend that a story could be written in fifty words. Hence this popular book. 

Stories are familiar topics that resonate with children—whether or not to try new foods. The plot develops intensely, one desperately persuades, the other desperately hides, and the final outcome is unexpected.

11. Oh, the things you can think!

Oh, the thinks you can think!

How Many Whimsical Ideas Can You Have is another great book that embodies Dr. Seuss's classic style! Imagination is Dr. Seuss's guiding principle for children's education. 

How many whimsies can you have with fantastic color combinations (dark water, day, pink hair of a green freak, colorful gloves, etc.), oddly shaped Guffs with a few tails that make kid's eyeballs Big cakes with ice cream, and red cherries on top that are about to fall out, fifty elephants drinking water, blue mushrooms like hats, a swimming pool floating above the house... 

these whimsy and novel visual effects are exactly what the author makes to encourage children to use their imaginations.

12. Ten Apples Up On Top!

Ten Apples Up On Top!

The story of Ten Apples on the Top of the Head revolves around the game of topping apples. Topping apples is also a very cute game. Who is more powerful and who can stand up more apples? 

Let's take a look at the picture book together! The little lion was the first one who started to top apples. After he lifted one apple, he felt very relaxed, so he started to try to top 2 and 3 apples. . . 

At this time, the little Dalmatian appeared in front of the little lion with 3 apples, not only the apples but also the jump rope while holding the apples.

13. The Lorax

The Lorax

This is a story about protecting the environment, cultivating children's enthusiasm for loving nature, and protecting it.

14. Horton Hears a Who! 

Horton Hears a Who!

The story conveys the idea of ​​equality of life and protection of the weak. No matter how small, every life has its right to exist and should be respected and protected.

Dr. Seuss's picture book Houghton Hears Huhu tells a moving story. One of the impressions stems from the concept of equality of life and protection of the weak that it conveys. No matter how small, every life has its right to exist and should be respected and protected. 

In the same way, no matter how small, every life has value and meaning of existence. It is precisely because of the addition of Qiao Qiao, the voice of the smallest person in Huhu City, that the shouts of Huhus are finally heard by everyone. 

This story has a warm ending. The little kangaroo who used to laugh at Horton with his mother eventually joined the team guarding Huhu. With his still immature hands, he supported these lives. Bright little umbrella. 

I hope that every adult and child can cherish and protect every life around them, no matter how small, when they are deeply moved when they close this picture book. As a world-renowned picture book author, Dr. Seuss not only creates humorous and quirky children's elementary English books, but his writing also touches on some major and controversial social issues.

This set also includes: "Dr. Seuss' ABC", "One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish", "Horton Hatching Eggs", "Bounce on Dad", "If I Come" Running the Circus, Snickerdoodles and Other Stories, Green Eggs and Ham, The Fox in the Sock, Yelter the Turtle and Other Stories.

15. Oh! The Places You'll Go 

Oh! The Places You'll Go

Dr. Seuss uses poetic language to encourage children who have just set out to explore, look forward, overcome difficulties, and realize their dreams. It is the best gift for children who are graduating and upgrading.

16. How the Grinch Stole Christmas! 

How the Grinch Stole Christmas!

A cynical guy steals everyone's Christmas gifts, holiday decorations, and even holiday meals, but it doesn't stop people from celebrating the holidays. 

This story tells children to learn to accept and love the people around them, no matter how ugly they look, the important thing is to love their kind and beautiful hearts.

17. Happy Birthday to You

Happy Birthday to You

it is the best-selling masterpiece in Seuss's works, and it is also the best birthday gift for children. In the Triumph City story, people celebrate their birthdays in unusual ways. 

They have trained special birthday birds that can do many amazing things on your birthday. It's all just because you're so extraordinary, so here's to you on your birthday, this great and important day! 

This is an extremely warm hymn of life, a passionate self-eulogy, which allows children to actively affirm the value of their existence, and let them have the courage to affirm and show themselves in front of others.

18. The Butter Battle Book

The Butter Battle Book

The New York Times Best Children's Book of the Year in 1984, with the theme of anti-war, is undoubtedly the best picture book for children in peacetime to understand and understand war, 

but when we read this story to children, we might as well By extension, how to look at differences and how to accept differences, there is no unchangeable rule for anything in the world.

19. Dr. Seuss's Sleep Book

Dr. Seuss's Sleep Book

This is a bedtime storybook like no other because it's written by Dr. Seuss. What kind of whimsy will Dr. Seuss present to us about sleep? The story begins with the yawn of a little bug named "Dynn", which focuses on describing the extremely powerful contagion of "Dynn" yawns. 

In the book, all kinds of animals and people are infected by "sleepy" yawns and fall asleep in any corner of the world. All kinds of strange people and animals fall asleep in different ways, which makes this Sleep Book.

20. Scrambled Eggs Super!

Scrambled Eggs Super!

This is another feast of imagination! A little boy named Peter told his friend Liz in the kitchen about the process of making super invincible fragrant scrambled eggs. The descriptions of the various birds in the book are amazing, quirky, and witty, and the children are eye-opening.

So far, a total of four Dr. Seuss books have been adapted into movies, "How the Grinch Stole Christmas!", "Dr. Seuss' Horton Hears a Who!", "Dr. Seuss' Cat In The Hat", and "Dr. Seuss' The Lorax". Those who are interested can find it. 

21. Yertle the Turtle and Other Stories

Yertle the Turtle and Other Stories

There are three stories in this book, and the core of the story is only one, that is, "limit". As far as the eye can see, how far is it? The Turtle King Yertle was convinced that everything he saw was the same as the realm he ruled. Taking the stone beside the pond as his throne, he can only see the pond and see a very small area, so naturally, his rule is also pitiful. 

The only way for Yelt to expand his territory is to stand tall and see far, but while he is still clamoring to build a throne of five thousand, five thousand six hundred and seven turtles, two hundred tortoises under his feet throne are in jeopardy. 

How many feathers grow on the tail is the most important thing. The little female bird fluffy thinks that nature is more beautiful. The result of such a frantic insistence turned out to be that the tail was too big to fall, and the only way to return to the original place was reluctance. Undoubtedly, extremes will reverse. 

But Dr. Seuss is clearly far from stopping there. In the following "Bragging", the appearance of the old bug is the end of "Bragging", and it is also the conclusion of the whole book. With the world's most sensitive sense of hearing and smell, who can reach the farthest? 

The rabbit and the sea of ​​​​bears couldn't fight, and the unbearable old bug came out and made a break. The ridicule of all kinds of short-sighted and arrogant people is really indescribable. The eyesight of Yeltle the tortoise is incomparable to that of the old bug. 

Since Yelter fell into the pond, all he could see was mud; and even if the incomparably small old bug was deep in the hole, his flying eyes could see the whole world. Things are limited, and minds are boundless. 

Only the gaze of the wanderer can be far and boundless. Dr. Seuss's is to be able to retract freely, vertically and horizontally, and finally, return to the starting point, that is, the present. As if there was nowhere and nowhere to go.

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