Come over to My House

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Come over to My House
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AuthorDr. Seuss
IllustratorRichard Erdoes (original)
Katie Kath (50th anniversary edition)
CountryUnited States
GenreChildren's literature
PublisherRandom House
Publication date
1966-11-12 (renewed 1994)
Media typePrint (hardcover)
Preceded byI Wish That I Had Duck Feet 
Followed byThe Eye Book 

Come over to My House is a 1966 children's book written by Dr. Seuss and illustrated by Richard Erdoes. The name "Theo. LeSieg" was a pen name of Theodor Geisel, who is more commonly known by another pen name, Dr. Seuss.

The illustrations portray the various styles of homes that kids from around the world live in along with Seuss's recognizable prose. Throughout the book they also cover what kids eat, how they sleep (Japanese wooden pillows), play (sledding on pine needles), and even clean-up afterwards (Polynesian hot spring).

The book was the 44th in the Beginner Books series, in between B-43: You Will Live Under the Sea (1966) by F. & M. Phleger and B-45: Babar Loses His Crown (1967), by Laurent de Brunhoff.