OK, with all the rhymes, I think we're ready to prepare a Seussian script for a Bond flick. Or....They've already gone into "Young Bond", so, how about "Very Young Bond", as in toddler-who'd-have-Seuss read to him ? The books of Dr. Seuss were not around when Bond was a wee lad, but, if any series of books and films has managed to adeptly address and/or avoid such issues when setting stories in the present or the past, it's Bond !
Bond would be VERY particular about the precisely correct manner of preparation of his green eggs and ham, of course, perhaps with caviar on the side (cue the baby beluga children's song for the soundtrack).
Of course, the Grinch would turn out to be....he who also became known as Number One, Dr. Shatterhand, etc. "You're a mean one, Number One !" could be the song for a toddler poddy training cartoon.
I will avoid a discussion of Whoville, since that would steer this discussion headlong into the realm of another long-running, wildly popular British hero with time-travelling and actor-changes quite built into the stories...