Tuesday, 18 September 2007

Introducing: DrSeussCards.com

Have Lots Of Good Fun That Is Funny

Our Dr Seuss Cards Blog has been created to allow our Dr Seuss Cards customers' to leave their feedback, as well as easily keep you up to date with the latest card additions here at Dr Suess Cards.

The Dr Seuss characters are famous the world over and so in keeping with the aims of our parent website, ReallyFabCards.com, to sell only well known branded cards, including the Dr Seuss characters as a card range, was an easy decision to make.

However, the success of the their sales has meant we decided to launch a card site dedicated to the range. We have included all the characters in print in card and will add more as they become available.

Dr Seuss Cat In The Hat Fourth Birthday Badge Card

They are great cards and fabulous from the perspective of pure nostalgia but the success of films like 'How the Grinch Stole Christmas' and the 'Cat In The Hat' have bought a new and younger audience.
If we would could write anapestic tetrameter we would...but sadly we cannot! We will leave that to Theodor Seuss Geisel and stick to just selling cards!

Greetings to you all.

Gift Wrapping

We really appreciate the importance of quality packaging and as the cards are so lovely, we want them to kept in a lovely place! So, as a special treat for your cards (and this is very useful if they are a present) when you spend just £25 on cards, your cards will be sent in a beautiful, rigid, gift box.

About Dr. Suess

Dr Seuss Cat In The Hat Sixth Birthday Badge Card

In the mid 1950s, many Americans were asking themselves: Why can’t Johnny read? In a Life magazine article, Pulitzer Prize-winning author John Hersey maintained that American children couldn’t read because their classroom primers were boring and “antiseptic” and could not compete with cartoons, comics, and other more fun and interesting stimuli, so he challenged Theodor Geisel, a.k.a Dr. Seuss, to write a story “first graders wouldn’t be able to put down.” And that’s just what Dr. Seuss did, using a vocabulary of only 236 words. In 1957, Random House published The Cat in the Hat and those 236 words revolutionized the way children learn to read.

Dr Seuss Thing One and Thing Two Second Birthday Badge Card

Learning to read had never been so much fun.

Did you know that this year Dr. Seuss is celebrating 50years!