Okay, here is where some serious Seussian skills are shown by the Master that is Mercer Mayer.
My apologies for crap camera work. You NEED this book to FEEL the greatness!
It was published in 1974, and for some reason, I think it was never published again...
The story begins with Sally Ann writing a letter to Lucy Jane:
A "Stamp-Collecting Trollusk" comes and steals the letter and "gabbles away with a smirk on his snerk:"
Then a "Letter-Eating Bombanat" snaps it up:
As the Bombanat flew over the "Blue Ocean of Bubbling Goo," a "Bombanat-Munching Grumley" grabbed him:
Then the Grumley gets grabbed by a fishing boat!
OH NO the fishing boat gets hit by a "Furious-Floating Ice-Ferg!" SCRUNNCCHHHH!
The letter is now in a bottle in the ocean - before it is found, the whole ocean is sucked up by a "Wild-'n-Windy Typhoonigator!"
Whoooo scary badness!
The Typhoonigator was just too darn full, so it dumped its load right onto the head of a "Paper-Munching Yalapappus" - and the story gores on from there...
I'm just going to have to leave this as a cliffhanger - go find a copy and buy it! Scoot!