Monday, January 26, 2009

Amazon Review: Dr. Seuss's Sleep Book!

We did a special review of Dr. Seuss's Sleep Book for's Dr. Seuss Shop:

"The news just came in from the County of Keck that a very small bug by the name of Van Kleck is yawning so wide you can look down his neck." That long-winded news flash kicks off Dr. Seuss's Sleep Book, which is the weirdest, wildest tour through Seussland of them all--and the favorite Seuss book in the Holm household when we were growing up. Though superficially a mere bedtime book (the endpapers say, "This book is to be read in bed"), the Sleep Book is Dr. Seuss cut loose. Without a serious through-story, characters who appear for more than one page, or a tight setting such as Whoville or the household in The Cat in the Hat to worry about fleshing out, Dr. Seuss was able to explore the world of his imagination in the best way possible.
Click on the link above to read the full review!

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