Are all, if any, of Dr. Seuss's many books on topic?
I'm aware that anthropomorphic animals are not on-topic, but the vast majority of his works include far more elements as well:
- Many of his books include imaginary animals
- Many of his books include fantastical places and scenery.
- Most importantly, and the books I would like to ask about, his Barthomolow and the King series are very much classical fantasy-like in nature, particularly "The 500 hats" and "Oobleck".
So, is Dr Seuss on topic?