The Web destination includes a comprehensive character guide, customizable avatar activity, an author section with a new biography and galleries of Dr. Seuss' early sketches and artwork, as well as parent and teacher resources.
"Seussville is the definitive online resource for children of all ages to play with, learn about and explore their favorite Dr. Seuss characters and books, and to discover new ones," says Judith Haut, senior vice president of communications and marketing at Random House Children's Books. "Dr. Seuss created more than 400 illustrated characters and with Seussville our goal was to bring those characters to life."
Big Bad Tomato Interactive Agency, based in Los Angeles, aided development of the website.
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