The second Dr. Seuss book ever

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What was the second Dr. Seuss' second book?

It’s hard to believe that the Dr. Seuss books that children love so much today have been around for almost a century!

The first Dr. Seuss book was released in 1937 and the second, The 500 Hats of Bartholomew Cubbins, was published just a year later in 1938.

The book is about a character by the name of Bartholomew Cubbins who wants to take off his hat to salute the King but a new hat appears every time one is taken off his head. Although most of Dr. Seuss’ other books are writing in rhymes, his second book was done in prose. Dr. Seuss’ actual name is Theodor Seuss Geisel and although he had many books published under many different names, this is the second book to be written under the name Dr. Seuss. Dr. Seuss was also the first name that Geisel wrote under, making this the second book Geisel ever published as well as the second in the series of Dr. Seuss books.


The 500 Hats of Bartholomew Cubbins


The second Dr. Seuss book ever

The second Dr. Seuss book ever

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