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Dr. Seuss Books

written by: tojoyamoto
 
Enjoy this quiz about the great and wonderful Dr. Seuss' books!

Question 1:


After Dr. Seuss used 236 different words to write "The Cat in the Hat," his publisher, Bennett Cerf, bet $50 that Seuss could not write a book of only fifty words. Seuss won the bet with this book in 1960.
One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish
There's a Wocket in My Pocket!
Green Eggs and Ham
Hop on Pop

Question 2:


Published in January 1990, this is the last book written and illustrated by Dr. Seuss. In the US, it's a popular graduation gift.
My Book about ME
Fox in Socks
I Am NOT Going to Get Up Today!
Oh, the Places You'll Go!

Question 3:


The plot of this 1984 Seuss satire has been likened to the war between Blefuscu and Lilliput in Jonathan Swift's "Gulliver's Travel" and their war over which end of an egg is supposed to be cracked.
Oh Say Can You Say?
The Butter Battle Book
Green Eggs and Ham
There's a Wocket in My Pocket!

Question 4:


"You're a Mean One, Mr. Grinch", one of the most famous songs from the 1966 animated TV special "How the Grinch Stole Christmas!", was sung by the narrator Boris Karloff.
False
True

Question 5:


The title of this 1956 Dr. Seuss book has become a popular phrase used to introduce an opinion.
And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street
Oh Say Can You Say?
If I Ran the Zoo
If I Ran the Circus

Question 6:


Published in 1937, this is Dr. Seuss's first book. It's main character Marco is based on Marco McClintock, the son of Mike McClintock, Seuss' editor, and Helene McClintock, to whom he dedicated the book.
Horton Hatches the Egg
And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street
The Cat in the Hat
There's a Wocket in My Pocket!

Question 7:


In May of 1954 "Life Magazine" published an article criticizing the books children learned to read with in schools, stating, "Why should [school primers] not have pictures that widen rather than narrow the associative richness the children give to the words they illustrate — drawings like those of the wonderfully imaginative geniuses among children’s illustrators, Tenniel, Howard Pyle, 'Dr. Seuss,' Walt Disney?"
In response to this challenge, Dr. Seuss wrote this book in 1957.  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)
Green Eggs and Ham
Mr. Brown Can Moo! Can You?
My Many Colored Days
The Cat in the Hat

Question 8:


In this 1954 Dr. Seuss book the moral of the story (and a repeated phrase throughout the book) is: "a person's a person no matter how small." This was the first of two Seuss books starring this kind-hearted elephant.
Horton Hears a Who!
Hooper Humperdink...? Not Him!
Hop on Pop
There's a Wocket in My Pocket!

Question 9:


This 1971 Dr. Seuss book about a "mossy, bossy" creature, the Once-ler and the Truffula trees has been banned by some schools and libraries for its "anti-forestry industry content."
The Butter Battle Book
Horton Hears a Who!
The Lorax
Fox in Socks

Question 10:


What book by Dr. Seuss contains the quote: "When a Fox is in the bottle where the Tweetle Beetles battle with their paddles in a puddle on a noodle-eating poodle, THIS is what they call......a Tweetle Beetle Noodle Poodle Bottled Paddled Muddled Duddled Fuddled Wuddled Fox In Socks, Sir!"?
Oh, the Places You'll Go!
The 500 Hats of Bartholomew Cubbins
Fox in Socks
If I Ran the Circus

 


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