by Celia Ampel
I meant what I said and I said what I meant: A Seuss fan is faithful, one hundred percent. That's why I can't wait for seven "lost" Dr. Seuss stories to be released Sep. 27. The stories were published in Redbook Magazine in the early '50s and will be compiled into a book for the first time.
More from ABC News:
The tales, full of whimsical new characters — such as a gluttonous duck named McKluck — and Dr. Seuss' signature rhyming style, will be bundled together in a book called "The Bippolo Seed and Other Lost Stories."
"The stories are complete and satisfying. They are not at all second-class citizens," Cathy Goldsmith, vice president and associate publishing director of Random House/Golden Books Young Readers Group, told Publishers Weekly.
"The Bippolo Seed" will feature Dr. Seuss' original illustrations, but enlarged and with added color.