The 500 Hats of Bartholomew Cubbins (2020)

The 500 Hats of Bartholomew Cubbins Dr. Seuss The Hats of Bartholomew Cubbins Celebrate the th birthday of this classic treatise on bullying by Dr Seuss with our new foil covered color enhanced Anniversary Edition The Hats of Bartholomew Cubbins is the story of a young p
  • Title: The 500 Hats of Bartholomew Cubbins
  • Author: Dr. Seuss
  • ISBN: 9780394844848
  • Page: 209
  • Format: Hardcover
The 500 Hats of Bartholomew Cubbins Dr. Seuss Celebrate the 75th birthday of this classic treatise on bullying by Dr Seuss with our new foil covered, color enhanced Anniversary Edition The 500 Hats of Bartholomew Cubbins is the story of a young peasant and his unjust treatment at the hands of King Derwin.While The 500 Hats is one of Dr Seuss s earliest and lesser known works, it is nevertheless totally Seussian andCelebrate the 75th birthday of this classic treatise on bullying by Dr Seuss with our new foil covered, color enhanced Anniversary Edition The 500 Hats of Bartholomew Cubbins is the story of a young peasant and his unjust treatment at the hands of King Derwin.While The 500 Hats is one of Dr Seuss s earliest and lesser known works, it is nevertheless totally Seussian and as topical today as when it was first published in 1938, addressing subjects that we know the good doctor was passionate about throughout his life the abuse of power as in Yertle the Turtle and Horton Hears a Who rivalry as in The Sneetches and of course, zany good humor as in The Cat in the Hat and the 43 other books he wrote and illustrated Available for a limited time only, this is a perfect way to introduce new readers to an old classic or to reward existing fans.Follow of Bartholomew s adventures in Bartholomew and the Oobleck, a Caldecott Honor Award winner.
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  1. [Shai] The Bibliophage

    I was able to read the sequel before this book, so I was expecting that this could be better I prefer the sequel than this, but I still enjoyed the story It s just that I don t think that I found any lesson after reading it.

  2. Ronyell

    The 500 Hats of Bartholomew Cubbins is one of Dr Seuss earlier books as it is not written in the rhyming text that Dr Seuss has been well known for The 500 Hats of Bartholomew Cubbins is about a young boy named Bartholomew Cubbins who discovers that every time he takes a hat off his head, a new one sprouts up on his head, which cause trouble for him when the king finds out about it This book may be a bit too dark for smaller children, but older children will definitely enjoy this classic tale fr [...]

  3. Alan Cook

    Dr Seuss wasn t a great poet, but he had a way with words and told a good story, usually with a moral We had this book when I was young I like to think the good doctor influenced my poetry writing Here is my ode to him ODE TO DR SEUSSby Alan CookIn the whimsical world of beloved Dr SeussLive an elephant faithful , a big hearted moose,And creatures, the wildest that you ever saw,A grinch with a heart that s three sizes too small,A bustard, a lorax he speaks for the trees ,And prejudiced sneetches [...]

  4. Matt

    Since I was 6, just learning to read on my own and going through my Dr Suess phase, this has been my favorite Dr Seuss story What didn t occur to me then, that occurs to me now, is that this is one of Dr Seuss s only prose works It does not have Dr Seuss s easily parodied meter or a rhyme scheme.I don t know what the meaning of the story is If it has an overall meaning, its not nearly as easy to tease out as so many of Seuss s openly allegorical and famous tales Perhaps that s part of what plac [...]

  5. Jason

    At first when I saw this Dr Seuss book WASN T a rhyming book I thought that I wasn t going to like it, but it is a funny little story A power mad King who demands a boy takes he hat off when in the presence of a powerful man as he, the problem is taking of your hat is not as easy as you d think it would be The illustrations are very nice too, all shades of black and grey with the bright red hat standing out One of Dr Seuss s interesting and less insane books.

  6. Matthew

    I have been dreading to read this book not because of the plot but for the mere fact that it is a very long book considering that its a children illustrated books It surprises me that even though it is relatively a short book compare to an adult novel, it feels the same as to reading a 500 paged book Luckily I am fortunate enough that this was not a bad book but not a typical Dr Seuss book.I have to warn everyone that since this one of Dr Seuss earliest works, it lacks the usual creative method [...]

  7. Luann

    Fun I may have read this one when I was young, but I didn t remember most of the details except maybe when the hats started getting fancier with each one I seemed to remember that.I wanted an explanation for why Bartholomew suddenly couldn t take off his hat, but I did like that it was brought up again in the end, that no one could ever explain how the strange thing had happened They only could say it just happened to happen and was not very likely to happen again This is one of the longer Dr Se [...]

  8. Julia

    I read this children book at the age of 24 Quite late, but I m not from US I first heard about Dr Seuss, when I become consciously intrested in American literature and culture Why I decided to read book for children Because I heard that his books cause, that quite a lot of children were fond of reading The final two reasons to read this book were that I found downloadable version of book it wasn t published in Poland and curiosity I looked for the answer why Jared Leto directed his music videos [...]

  9. Dolly

    In honor of Dr Seuss s birthday and the Read Aloud America program, I wanted to find one of his books we hadn t read yet I checked and realized that we still had several to read So I borrowed a few of them from our local library and we chose this one tonight.This story is different from what we ve come to expect from the good doctor The narrative is long and it doesn t rhyme It s not filled with fantastic, crazy creatures It s actually one of the most straightforward stories I have ever seen of [...]

  10. Samantha

    I simply ADORE this book Bartholomew just can t seem to catch a break He takes his hat off in the presence of the king only to be taken to the castle for not doing so What is up with that Could it possibly be the fact that he just can t take off his hat OR is it because one keeps appearing underneath every one he takes off The hats are so pretty and they keep getting eye catching One of my favorite Dr Seuss books ever

  11. Patricia

    Great illustrations and great plot In this story, Bartholomew Cubbins gets into quite a quandary when he takes off his hat to honor the King who is passing by and ends up having a hat somehow materialize atop his head Naturally, the King is not amused by Bartholomew s apparent disrespect Fortunately, 499 hats later, Bartholomew s head is finally bare Love this Dr Seuss story

  12. Joy Gerbode

    This was one of the first Dr Seuss books I ever read, and it was a delight to re read it It s not in the well known rhyming format we re accustomed to with Dr Seuss, but it is full of wit, great pictures, and interesting characters.

  13. bakanekonomama

    Ketika Bartholomew memakai 500 topi di kepalanya Tepatnya nggak memakai semuanya sih Tapi Bartholomew dapat masalah ketika ia tidak bisa melepas topinya di depan raja Berapa kalipun ia ambil topinya, tetap saja sebuah topi masih bertengger di kepalanya Berbagai macam cara dicoba Mulai dari cara biasa hingga luar biasa Dari memanggil pemanah hingga penyihir istana Dari orang jago hingga algojo.Lalu, berhasilkah raja melihat kepala telanjang Batholomew tanpa satupun topi bertengger di kepalanya Te [...]

  14. Kathy Davie

    A Dr Seuss mystery and first in the Bartholomew Cubbins series.My TakeThis is cute, and it does resonate, as I love hats and have my own much smaller collection And it s lucky for Bartholomew that the executioner has rules The illustrations are all in black and white except for that orange hat It makes sense since it s the focus of the entire story, lol And the illustrations are fabulous I d love for any one of them as art hanging on a wall.Hmmm, I don t think I like a king who gets so upset abo [...]

  15. Lauren Ritcey

    Genre Fantasy Sci FiAwards Grade Level K 2Comments I would use this book while celebrating Dr Seuss birthday I would bring it in because it has such a fun idea to the story, and the students would be able to keep guessing what would happen next After we finished reading, I would have them complete an activity showing me that they can put the story in order of what happened, because it is a long book This book can also let the students get creative and use art skills Having them all make a differ [...]

  16. Jack Kirby and the X-man

    The first straight prose book I ve read by Dr Seuss.I found it too long, too wordy, with a unoriginal setting and a plot that is uninspiring.After starting the the fantastic And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street, Dr Seuss seems to have had a bad case of follow up album not meeting expectations.

  17. Madison Zavala-johnson

    At first when I saw this Dr Seuss book WASN T a rhyming book I thought that I wasn t going to like it, but it is a funny little story A power mad King who demands a boy takes he hat off when in the presence of a powerful man as he, the problem is taking of your hat is not as easy as you d think it would be The illustrations are very nice too, all shades of black and grey with the bright red hat standing out One of Dr Seuss s interesting and less insane books I Rate this book a 4 5 stars.

  18. Laura

    This story was fairly amusing, it had strange little elements that made you want to turn the page to see what would happen next While I thought it was an interesting book, it was just missing a certain something to make it a book you would want to read over and over again Taken from my book reviews blog reviewsatmse 2008

  19. Emkoshka

    An enjoyable tale of a young man whose hat has a seemingly eternal life of its own, spawning hat after hat and getting him into trouble with the king I like these early Seuss books in which a simple story is told well and in a prose style sometimes the rhyming and the weird and wonderful creatures featured in most of Seuss s books can be all a bit too much.

  20. Travis

    Love the two Bartholomew books that Dr Seuss did Nice little fantasy stories.This one tells how the simple act of taking off his hat when being presented to the king gets young Bartholomew in all kinds of trouble.How come no one has scooped up the movie rights

  21. Rupert Dreyfus

    A great little story about a boy with a hat he can t remove untilI enjoyed this story it felt very much of its day The illustrations were nice and there was hardly any rhyming What rhyming there was I couldn t tell if it was accidental or not.

  22. Hannah Barton

    This book is a child hood favorite and I have read it a lot Dr Seuss has filled my child hood with greatness I love this book It is a funny and exciting book The 500 Hats is a great book.

  23. Elizabeth Barter

    When i was a little girl, this was my favourite Dr Seuss Story.Today is Dr Seuss s birthday.Let s try to reflect on joy and thoughtfulness today.

  24. Amy

    I liked this book, but it is my least favorite Dr Seuss book I ve read so far Every time Bartholomew Cubbins removes his hat, another hat remains on his head.

  25. Steve Shilstone

    When I read this in my oh so early youth and witnessed the hats becoming fancier and fancier, I was delighted.

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