"The Cat in the Hat" was one of Geisel's most famous books. Using Geisel's original sketches and taking inspiration from his past work, Australian illustrator Andrew Joyner completed the unfinished artwork.
Cover of the book "Dr. Seuss's Horse Museum". This includes the Cat in the Hat, Horton the Elephant, the Grinch and possibly others.
Geisel's books are still incredibly popular with young children and in 2015 a follow-up release of "What Pet Should I Get" became a best-seller.
Fourteen members of the community visited classrooms Friday morning, reading the likes of "Green Eggs and Ham", "Fox in Socks" and "Oh the Places You'll Go" just to name a few.
Facebook working to roll out its own 'stablecoin'
This would seem to be a logical assertion given the history of how Facebook manages control over users' information. It reportedly told investors that it was 90% done with the key components of the network that would house the Gram.
EU ready to give UK more guarantees on Brexit: Barnier
If that is rejected, the Commons can then decide on whether to extend Article 50 and delay Brexit for a limited period. The Prime Minister has told MPs they will have a "meaningful vote" on her withdrawal plans by March 12.