The online home of all things Dr. Seuss. Fully animated with some pretty fancy flash going on. Get click happy; there's a lot to do here.
Very few people have their own dictionary. Noah Webster had one, and so did Samuel Johnson. Now, so does Dr. Seuss.
Check out this short biography of Dr. Seuss to go along with his national monument. That's right, national monument.
Put your own words in many a Seuss characters' mouth, including one Fox in Socks.
The ABCs of Dr. Seuss. Guess which letter Fox is honored with? Go on, guess.
The Hoober-Bloob Highway isn't technically the animated version of Fox in Socks. But it does contain the only animated content from the book thanks to a guest appearance by the tweetle beetles (Fox and Knox had other contractual obligations).
Suspense author Lisa Gardner gives Fox in Socks a killer review. Ha! Get it?
A review aimed at discussing what parents need to know. This review is specifically about the app version of the book because we're officially living in the future.
For those of us who lack patience, enjoy the tweetle beetles section of The Hoober-Bloob Highway.
What do beat-boxing and Dr. Seuss have in common? Not much. That is until these guys decided to rap Fox in Socks.
Another rap of Fox in Socks? Is this becoming a meme? More to the point, why do we miss all the good fads?
Dr. Seuss Presents… features Marty Gold reading a ton of your favorite Seuss books, including one about a sly, tongue-tangling fox.
Check out this girl as she speed reads Fox in Socks. Um, we'll have to take her word for it because it's too fast for us.
Minus the obvious age of the recording, this is one of the best readings of Fox in Socks. The musical accompaniment makes all the difference. In fact, we hereby swear to never read Dr. Seuss again without full orchestral background.
Kindergartener Emma reads Fox in Socks like a pro, and her grandmother uploaded it to YouTube.
The book cover you loved as a child, and your child will love with you.
Anthropomorphic fox of the hour, at any rate. Here's Fox in his patented blue socks.
Dr. Seuss himself reads some of his most beloved classics.
Dr. Seuss holding his own creation? Wonder how weird that feels.
Why does Fox look so jubilant? Because he's on a postage stamp, and that's how you know you've made it to the top.
How pretty are your foxes? Fox in socks enjoys a special place on the family Christmas tree thanks to the Hallmark ornament collection.
Fox and Knox have a conversation about ticks and tocks. A rather uncomfortable conversation by the looks of it.