Dr. Seuss's ABC facts for kids
First edition cover
|Country||United States of America
|Publisher||Random House, The Living Books Company (1995)|
|December 25, 1963 (Renewed in 1991)|
|Preceded by||Dr. Seuss's Sleep Book|
|Followed by||Hop on Pop|
Dr. Seuss's ABC is a 1963 children's A to Z alphabetical picture book by Dr. Seuss (Theodor Seuss Geisel). It was published as part of the Random House Beginner Books series. It contains several short poems about a variety of characters, and is designed to introduce basic alphabet book concepts to children.
Dr. Seuss's ABC was read as an audiobook in 2000 by British comedian Rik Mayall as part of the audio tape "The Dr. Seuss Collection".
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