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Daisy-Head Mayzie (Classic Seuss) by  Dr Seuss - Hardcover - from Ambis Enterprises LLC and Biblio.com

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Daisy-Head Mayzie (Classic Seuss)

by Seuss, Dr

Condition: New


Random House Books for Young Readers. Hardcover. 0553539000 Brand New Direct from the Publisher! Not overstocks or marked up remainders! Ships in a sturdy cardboard container with tracking! . New.

Daisy-Head Mayzie is a children's book written by Dr. Seuss, although he did not illustrate it, nor was it published until 1995, after his death. The book is about a schoolgirl named Mayzie who one day suddenly sprouts a bright yellow daisy from her head. It causes alarm in her classroom, family, and town, until an agent makes her a celebrity. The Cat in the Hat is seen serving as the narrator to this story who helps Mayzie to understand her problem and persuade her to go back home.




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