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Dr. Seuss’s first actual publication for kids! From a trifling horse and wagon, younger Marco concocts a colourful forged of characters, making Mulberry highway the main fascinating situation on the town. Dr. Seuss’s signature rhythmic textual content, mixed along with his unmistakable illustrations, will entice enthusiasts of every age, who will cheer whilst our hero proves little mind's eye can move a truly good distance. (Who wouldn’t cheer whilst an elephant-pulled sleigh raced by?) Now over seventy-five years previous, this tale is as undying as ever. And Marco’s singular type of optimism is usually glaring in McElligot’s Pool.

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Then he rose and walked away. She drew the curtain aside for him with a slight clatter of wooden rings. “Oh, but I will have one more look,” thought Albinus miserably. It seemed to him that her lips twitched a little. She let the curtain fall. Albinus stepped into a blood-red puddle; the snow was melting, the night was damp, with the fast colors of street lights all running and dissolving. “Argus”—good name for a cinema. After three days he could ignore the memory of her no longer. He felt ridiculously excited as he entered the place once more—again in the middle of something.

She leaped to the window, flung it open and was about to throw herself out. But at that moment a red-and-gold fire engine drove up, snorting loudly, and stopped in front of the house opposite. A crowd had collected, clouds of smoke billowed from the top window, and black scraps of charred paper floated in the wind. She was so interested in the fire that she forgot her intention. She had very little money left. In her distress she went to a dance hall as abandoned damsels do in films. Two Japanese gentlemen accosted her and, as she had taken more cocktails than were good for her, she agreed to spend the night with them.

He felt silly and sick. He knew that she was behind and so was afraid to walk too fast lest he should lose her; but then, too, he was afraid to slacken his pace lest she should overtake him. At the next street-crossing he was obliged to wait while car after car sped past him. Here she overtook him, all but slipped under a bicycle van and jumped back, colliding with him. He grasped her thin elbow and they crossed together. “Now it has started,” thought Albinus, awkwardly adjusting his stride to hers—he had never walked with so small a woman.

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