0 The Dr. Seuss Alphabet

Dr. Seuss, alphabet
Credit: Mike Baboon Design
In 1937, Dr. Seuss (aka Theodor Geisel), published his very first book — “And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street.” Seventy-five years later, children all over the world still enjoy learning to read with his cleverly rhyming stories.

How well do you remember the Dr. Seuss books? Designer Mike Baboon created this silly alphabet graphic, incorporating 26 of the author's most famous characters. How many can you identify?

Answer key:
Aunt Annie (Dr Seuss’s ABC), Bartholomew Cubbins (The 500 Hats of Bartholomew Cubbins), the Cat in the Hat, Dave (Too Many Daves), Elephant-Cat (If I Ran the Zoo), Fox in Socks, the Grinch (How the Grinch Stole Christmas), Horton (Horton Hatches the Egg), Iota (If I Ran the Zoo), Jake the Pillow Snake (I Can Read with My Eyes Shut), King Bertram (The King’s Stilts), The Lorax, Daisy-Head Mayzie, North-Going Zax (The Zax), One Fish (One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish), Pop (Hop on Pop), Quilligan Quail (I Had Trouble Getting to Solla Sollew), Rosy’s Red Rhinoceros (Dr. Seuss’s ABC), Sam-I-Am (Green Eggs and Ham), Thing One (The Cat in the Hat), Uncle Ubb (Dr. Seuss' ABC), Vipper of Vipp (Oh, the Thinks You Can Thank), Wickersham Brothers (Horton Hears a Who), Little Cat X (The Cat in the Hat Comes Back), Yertle the Turtle, Zook (Butter Battle Book)

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