Dr. Seuss is one of the most famous children's book authors of all time. Born Theodor Seuss Geisel, his unique style of writing, millions of readers have been taught valuable lessons in every book he created.

While his works have recently been the topic of concern for racist and insensitive imagery, Dr. Seuss books continue to top book charts and bestseller lists. 

We rounded up some of the best books written by Dr. Seuss that are racism-free. All showcase his quick wit and fantastic rhyme style, which has influenced generations.

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A book that every beginner reader should read, "One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish" is filled with iconic colorful characters, such as the bumpy Wump and Winking Ying, that will surely make children giggle. The story ends with a lovely lesson: “Today is gone. Today was fun. Tomorrow is another one.”

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"The Cat in the Hat", which in only 225 words, introduces young readers to the Cat in a Hat and his troublemaking friends. It teaches children about adventures and boredom that each day has. The book was also adapted into a movie starring Mike Myers.

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"The Sneetches and Other Stories" introduces kids to the multicultural world that we live in. The book contains four different stories which emphasize that despite our differences, we can always find a common ground to make a friend. 

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The next item on the list is the inspirational masterpiece "Oh, the Places You'll Go!" The book serves as a reminder of the different struggles and the beauty of discovery that young readers will encounter along the way.  

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If you're looking for a book that expands your kid's imagination, then "If I Ran The Circus" is the read for you. The story is about a young Morris McGurk, who builds the Circus McGurkus, the most tremendous and stupendous show in the world!

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This Dr. Seuss book tells the story of Horton, an elephant that is persuaded to sit on an egg while its mother takes a vacation. The enticing story teaches young readers the value of patience and the reward it gives at an early age.

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The book "Did I Ever Tell You How Lucky You Are?" emphasizes the value of being grateful for all the things you have. The story is about an old man in the Desert of Drize who tells readers that despite the feeling of sadness, one can still find happiness by appreciating the blessings they have.

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The famous story of "The Lorax" teaches readers to treat the planet with kindness and always speak up for the sake of others. The story focuses on how we can take great care of our planet and how despite our small actions, we can still make a difference.

The 2012 animated movie adaptation featured the voices of Zac Efron and Taylor Swift.

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One of the most recognizable children's books ever, "Green Eggs and Ham" is about learning to try new things. The book is filled with easy-to-read words with catchy illustrations, which makes it great for practice readers.

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The last item on the list stars one of the most recognizable characters in children's books. "How The Grinch Stole Christmas" is a heartwarming story on how the Christmas spirit will live even in the coldest of hearts.

The book has been adapted into different movie versions and has been a Christmas staple.