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Get to Know Dr.Seuss

Getting to Know  Dr. Seuss

 American Arthur and Illustrator Theodor  Seuss Geisel
Born March 2, 1904- September 24,1991
You will find that many of Dr. Seuss books have become classic and adored  by children all over the world wildly popular books have been translated in 20 different languages and several of his stories made in to television cartoons and motion pictures.
American Arthur and  Illustrator Theodor  Seuss Geisel who used a fictitious name  "Dr. Seuss" who had wrote and Illustrated  45 children books filled with memorable characters and silly poems

Theodor Seuss Geisel was a married man who  never got the chance to have children of his own but found ways as the great Dr. Seuss to inspire children imagination around the world .The use of silly words set the mood for children his books  became beloved favorites of children and adults alike. Dr. Seuss first children  picture book was published in 1937 it was called  And I Think I Saw It On Mulberry Street the book was praised with great reviews for being original, and
Entertaining Dr. Seuss was awarded seven honorary doctorates and the 1984 Pulitzer Prize.And three of his books were awarded the Caldecott Honor Medals.His books inspired many children to read and some were met with controversy due to Political theme such as the Lorax( 1971) was due to his repulsion to pollution and the Butter of Battle Book (1984) which was with his disgust of nuclear arms waste.However the latter box was on the New York Best Seller list for six months  the only book to achieve that status at that time.Dr.Seuss last book Oh The Places We You'll Go (1990) was on the best seller list for more than two years and still remains a popular book today.Just a year after his last book Ted Geisel died in 1991 at the age of 87 after suffering from Throat Cancer the love and fascination for sill words and characters still continue while Dr. Seuss books remain a classic and you will be able now to find them in movies ,merchandise and at a them park Seuss Landing at Universal Islands of Adventure in Orlando Florida

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