The 500 Hats of Bartholomew Cubbins Resources
A digital block party for all of Dr. Seuss's worlds. Even older characters like Cubbins can be found hobnobbing with the Lorax and the Cat in the Hat.
Get it? The King's Men. Shakespeare's group…? Sorry, we're nerds. Anyway, the Children's Theater is a performance company with a stage adaptation of The 500 Hats of Bartholomew Cubbins in their repertoire.
Art. Art. Art. Art. All you readers who like some art should check out Dr. Seuss's art.
A fan site dedicated to all things Seuss because all things Seuss deserve such a fan site.
Yeah, Dr. Seuss is a poet. Just because he writes children's books, doesn't mean he shouldn't get the cred for his rhymes, and the Poetry Foundation agrees with us.
Movie or TV Productions
An animated short of the book from way back in the day: 1943.
The Big Fun Carnival is an animated compilation film from 1957. Bartholomew Cubbins and his short short joins the ensemble cast.
Articles and Interviews
Apparently, Dr. Seuss was a hat collector himself. In honor of the 75th Anniversary of Bartholomew Cubbins, the hat collection has been opened for the world to see.
Dartmouth has your back for all questions Seuss in nature. This digital dictionary even comes alphabetical.
This is an interview with Dr. Seuss's widow Audrey Geisel, and she gives us the down and dirty on the doctor. To be fair, there's no down and even less dirty.
Dude. Video. Bartholomew Cubbins. Reading aloud. Enjoy.
A two man group acts outs The 500 Hats of Bartholomew Cubbins. How's that work? You'll have to watch to find out.
Dr. Seuss: Rhymes and Reasons is a documentary about Dr. Seuss. It has plenty of reasons though it does skimp on the rhymes when compared to the man's work.
Check out Seuss Landing at Universal Studios, safely in the soft, comfortable glow of your computer screen.
Whoever you are, Paul Wing, you gave us a pretty good reading of The 500 Hats of Bartholomew Cubbins.
Don't let your child's bookshelf be without this wonderful cover art. Oh, and the book too.
A comparison between the old and new covers. Note the avant-garde deconstruction of the phenomenological… ah, we're just messing with you. Still, we like them both.
Seuss self. Dr. Seuss himself.
Dr. Seuss stamped onto his very own U.S. stamp, putting him on the same level as presidents and pretty sunsets.
This bit of tribute art features an excellent rendition of Bartholomew Cubbins. Seriously awesome.