“What Pet Should I Get?” will be the first full original Dr. Seuss book in 25 years. Take a look… pic.twitter.com/d8Ac2nP3dz
— Good Morning America (@GMA) February 18, 2015
It’s been 22 years since the acclaimed children’s author passed away, but Dr. Seuss is still charming us with his rhymes.
Two unpublished manuscripts and accompanying drawings were recently discovered by Seuss’ widow, Audrey Geisel and secretary, Claudia Prescott. The first title, What Pet Should I Get?, is set to be released on July 28.
While it sounds like it might not be the next Oh, the Places You’ll Go! or The Cat in the Hat, who wouldn’t want another one or two Seusses for their uses?
The creative genius self-described his own content as “logical insanity,” which is perhaps why his stories are so appealing to both adults and children alike! Check out a photograph of the original manuscript below!
— Wall Street Journal (@WSJ) February 18, 2015
— CBC News (@CBCNews) February 18, 2015
One fish, two fish, red fish… an entirely new fish? Find out about Dr. Seuss’ new books!