Dr. Seuss produced books mainly for kids, but one could point to several distinct categories within his work. With books like Horton Hears a Who, readers immediately understood Seuss’ moral parallels. Some of his books, like Hop on Pop, were simply meant to teach young children to read. Then there’s a whole different category of Dr. Seuss: his undefinable, wacky books like There’s a Wocket in My Pocket. For this brutally honest review, we took a closer look at the latter category.
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