The Cat in the Hat runs things in Seussville, so you're sure to have a good time.
Want a taste of Dr. Seuss's grown-up art? Here's your chance. Our favorite: "Cat Detective in the Wrong Part of Town."
If you're anywhere near Springfield, Massachusetts, head on over to Seuss's hometown. You'll even catch a glimpse of the Cat in the Hat with his alter ego, Dr. Seuss.
Make sure you hit mute before you check this one out during naptime. PBS kids delivers on games, videos, and printable activities for your kids to color.
The Cat in the Hat takes on a classic cartoon style in this short. It's no surprise Dr. Seuss himself was behind the whole marvelous thing.
Sure, Mike Myers is a little creepy as the Cat, but this movie takes the mayhem to whole new level.
This fun and loving account of columnist Anna Quindlen's relationship with Seuss' work will definitely pull on the heartstrings.
The title says it all. Read about how Dr. Seuss, Maurice Sendak, and Shel Silverstein try to get your kids to be bad. We knew they were trouble…
Cover your eyes if you're easily creeped out by grown men in cat costumes.
Yep. Here's the entire 1971 animated movie for your viewing pleasure.
The Cat is so crazy, of course he'd want a video game.
The whole lost-stories thing only adds to the enigma that is Dr. Seuss.
On its 50th anniversary, The Cat in the Hat is still moving readers young and old(er).
Feast your eyes on this Seuss-Cat self-portrait combo.
Did Seuss take his worrying seriously?
Yes, Dr. Seuss has his own life-sized Cat in the Hat. And yes, we're jealous.