To celebrate the recent release of the instant #1 New York Times bestseller, "Dr. Seuss's Horse Museum," a new picture book for children based on a manuscript and sketches created by Theodor "Seuss" Geisel, Dr. Seuss Enterprises invites children everywhere to submit their personal works of art depicting "The Cat in the Hat" for a chance to win the Express Yourself! Sweepstakes. The leading children's entertainment company, known for protecting Geisel's legacy and ensuring that each generation can experience the genius of his work, is offering contestants the opportunity to win a grand-prize package featuring the new book, a library of classic Dr. Seuss titles and branded Dr. Seuss art supplies. The sweepstakes is free to enter and will be open for entries through Monday, Oct. 28.
"This latest book marks a celebration of art and how we all see the world in unique and different ways, and we hope that children feel inspired to create their own pieces of art after reading it," said Susan Brandt, president of Dr. Seuss Enterprises. "The Express Yourself! Sweepstakes further explores this by letting children answer the question: 'How do YOU see The Cat in the Hat?' We can't wait to see how kids of all ages portray our favorite, playful cat!"
Parents and caregivers can submit their children's artistic take on "The Cat in the Hat" for a chance to win. Children are encouraged to use their imagination; any and all art mediums are accepted. To enter, simply take a photo of the masterpiece and upload it to the Express Yourself! Sweepstakes microsite for a chance to win.
One grand prize winner will receive a library of classic Dr. Seuss books, including "Dr. Seuss's Horse Museum," as well as $100 worth of Dr. Seuss art supplies. Twenty-five second-place winners will receive a copy of "Dr. Seuss's Horse Museum" as well as $50 worth of Dr. Seuss art supplies. One hundred additional winners will receive a copy of "Dr. Seuss's Horse Museum." Everyone who enters will be able to download free Dr. Seuss wallpapers for desktop and mobile.
Additionally, the museum is always open on Seussville.com, where parents will find a fabulous collection of kid-friendly arts and crafts activities all directly inspired by "Dr. Seuss's Horse Museum." Budding artists are sure to enjoy the free guide created by the book's illustrator, Andrew Joyner, on how to draw horses.