Golden Goose Mid Star Seuss

Dr. Seuss is famous for creating The Cat in the Hat, One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish and countless other kids' classics, but it turns out he didn't share all the animals in Golden Goose Sneakers his whimsical world before he died in 1991.

A previously unpublished Dr. Seuss book called What Pet Should I Get? is set to hit shelves on Golden Goose Francy Sneakers Sale July 28, more than 20 years after the author's death.

What Pet tells the story of a brother and sister duo ' virtually identical to the pair in 1960's One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish ' who visit the pet store in search of a new furry or finned friend and quickly become overwhelmed by the options.

The cover of What Pet Should I Get? Courtesy Dr. Seuss Enterprises

The long-lost manuscript for the book Golden Goose Slide Sneakers was discovered in October 2013 by the author's widow, Audrey Geisel, among a box of abandoned doodles ' or as Dr. Seuss preferred to call them, "Noble Failures."

The beloved children's book writer and illustrator, whose real name is Theodor Seuss Geisel, had created the 16 black-and-white drawings and accompanying text decades earlier, labeling the project The Pet Shop.

Although he ultimately abandoned the manuscript, it was likely not for lack Golden Goose Starter of love, says Random House associate publishing director Cathy Goldsmith.

"I actually think he wrote this book and spun immediately into One Fish Two Fish," says Goldsmith, who worked with Geisel for 11 years as the designer and art director of his final six books. "They're very www.goldengoosesneakersvip.com closely related; the kids are the same and they both have pets in them."

"Pets were very important to him," she adds of the author, who Golden Goose Mid Star owned dogs as a child and an adult.

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