"What Pet Should I Get?" by Dr. Seuss

“What Pet Should I Get?” by Dr. Seuss

We all remember “The Cat in the Hat,” right? What about “Green Eggs and Ham?” A new book aside from the many children’s bestsellers that total 44 different titles, and is called, “What Pet Should I Get?” The book is resonant with the theme of rhyming that is consistent through Seuss’ authorship. Dr. Seuss left behind his widow in 1991, to clean up the mess, which is his brilliant books. This book is especially reminiscent of the siblings in “One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish.” The same exact duo of siblings is featured in this latest release of Seuss’ brilliant books.


The children make a visit to the pet store, quite appropriately contemplating the idea of what pet they should get. Many animals are featured here along with exotic, non-existent creatures.

Although reported by the New York Times that the book itself is not the best of Dr. Seuss’ literary  accomplishments, it is though, as The Washington Post puts it, very fun to read aloud. The same catchy, reappearing rhyme scheme make this resonate with the other classics. The habitual, short rhyme that sounds over and over when this book is read gives readers that “kick.” It is somewhat riveting as I would put it.

It is also reported that this book, “What Pet Should I Get?” is already on the bookstands and can be purchased today! After books like the ones I previously listed and movies like  “The Lorax” and “Horton Hears a Who?” and after interfacing with memorable characters like The Cat in the Hat and The Grinch, I am sure Dr. Seuss is like Disney, it is one of the things you cannot expect to outgrow!

 

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