Seuss, Random House Summary The Yooks believe firmly that bread should only ever be eaten with the butter side up while the Zooks believe just as strongly that bread should only ever be eaten with the butter side down. Since the premise of this book is about how both sides do not like each other because they spread their butters a different way on their breads, you might be thinking to yourself about how ridiculous this all is and why both sides could not reach a compromise about spreading their butter on both sides of the breads.
Probably one of the most controversial things about this book was the abrupt ending. Not all the ideas an author comes up with make it, but it's important to get ideas out to make room for new ones!
Seuss published a book you have almost definitely heard of: The Lorax.
The Yooks then create a gun called the "Kick-A-Poo Kid", which is loaded with "powerful Poo-A-Doo powder and ants' eggs and bees' legs and dried-fried clam chowder", and carried by a trained gun-toting cocker spaniel named Daniel.
This could be uncomfortable for the child if they encounter difficult topics within the discussion. The Zooks counterattack with a Sputter identical to the Yooks'. Eventually, each side possesses a small but extremely destructive red bomb called the "Bitsy Big-Boy Boomeroo", and neither has any defense against it, so while the Yooks' patrolman and VanItch drop theirs, the Yooks and Zooks will have to stay underground to make sure that they don't get blown away.
This is followed by an ambiguous blank white page that could be interpreted as the end of all life. Every time the patrolman is defeated, he reports this to his general, who tells him not to worry "My Bright Boys are thinking"and three intelligent Yooks are shown drafting plans for a more modern weapon.
Seuss book that discusses about war? No resolution is reached by the book's end, with the generals of both sides on the wall poised to drop their bombs and waiting for the other to strike.