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Dr. Seuss

This category is for questions about the author Theodor Geisel, better known as Dr. Seuss. He is the author of many beloved children's books. Some of his titles include Green Eggs and Ham, The Cat in the Hat, and The Grinch That Stole Christmas.
well since dr. suess tends to like rhymes in his books, but I thinkits because the book "the cat in the hat" is a bestseller so Ithink its because of that.. Rosimar~
He wrote a lot of great children's book that were immensely popularand remembered by generations of children. He also, through hisbooks, raised awareness of social issues like pollution,discrimination, or war, and how damaging they can be. He gave manychildren their first lessons in kindness and...
When he was a kid he wanted to be an artist and writer so that ishow he started to take off.
Creative, Silly, Quirky, and Whimsical :)
Four. How the Grinch Stole Christmas, 2000. Starring: Jim Carrey as theGrinch The Cat in the Hat, 2003. Starring: Mike Meyers as the Cat. Horton Hears A Who, 2008. Starring: voice over, Jim Carrey asHorton and Steve Carrell as the mayor of WhoVille. Dr. Seuss' The Lorax, 2012. Starring: voice over,...
61. Most were published under his more famous pen name, Dr. Seuss (3 of them published after his death), but 14 were published under different names.
The Butter Battle Book
his drawing influenced him.
Dr. Seuss won several awards when he was alive. A few of his awardswere the Laura Ingalls Wilder medal, Peabody award, and the Reginamedal.
where did the name lesieg come from
His father wanted him to become something like a lawyer or doctor. His middle name was Seuss which was also his mother's maiden name. This explains the alias "Dr. Seuss". He used the name "Dr. Seuss" in college when he was forced to resign at his position of editor in chief for the popular...
Dr.Seuss's greatest contribution was providing children with wonderful stories that allow their imaginations to go wild.
"... as Ted had instructed, his body was cremated; there was no funeral service, nor any grave or marker." Source: Dr. Seuss & Mr. Geisel: A Biography , page 289.
Yes it does because it teaches younger children words actually, one of the main affects of Dr.Seuss's work on people is taking modern-day, adult themes and putting them into children's books. The Lorax, for example, is essentially about deforestation and it's effect on the world. Oh! The Things...
Theodor Geisel. Seuss was his middle name.
he became famous for his books and fir drawing and writing cartoons.
Theodor Seuss Geisel (Dr. Seuss) was born on March 2, 1904 and would be 106.
uh. That's not a Question You would ask on Answers.com.
i have the book down in my basement!
It was advertising for Esso Marine a division of Standard Oil.
McElliot's Pool, Bartholomew and the Oobleck, and If I Ran the Zoo won the Caldecott Honor awards. Dr. Seuss also won two Academy Awards, two Emmy awards, a Peabody award, and the Pulitzer Prize. :)
no one really noes how she died
He wrote a lot of books.
Um, is this a trick question? If it was Dr. Seuss' last book, then Dr. Seuss (Theodor Geisel) wrote it. They have some books where they use his name as part of the series, but he isn't listed as the author unless he wrote it.. Here is a list of his books (as Dr. Seuss): http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki...
Theodor Seuss Geisel died in his sleep from oral cancer onSeptember 24, 1991, aged 87.
Five foot eleven inches
"Nothing...but a plain horse and wagon on Mulberry Street."
more than 60 books ---- He published 44 children's books under the pen name Dr. Seuss. From those, there have been more than a half a billion copies sold. He published other books and works (not all for children) using other pen names. I don't know the numbers for those.
There are 63 pages in the Dr Seuss book.
It depends on what book.most books are just to be entertaining,others have a life story but still have a funny story to it.
Theodor "Dr. Seuss" Geisel married his first wife, Helen Palmer, in 1926. She died in 1967. Geisel married his second wife, Audrey Stone Dimond, in 1968. Geisel had no children by either marriage.
True. Dr. Seuss actually won two Oscars. You're welcome :)
Dr. Seuss won the Caldecott Honor Medals in 1950, 1951 and 1948. Hewon a Pulitzer award for his children's books in 1984, Designfor Death , written by Ted and Helen Geisel, won the 1947Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature. Gerald McBoing-Boing" -Won the 1951 Oscar for Best Animated Short Film...
at Mary birch hospital om oct. 24
To help children learn to read independently.
Dr. Seuss played the bugle and the banjo.
He was white. Both his mother and father were German and born inGermany but Dr. Suess was born a US citizen.
Spingfield, Massachuttes
Theodor Geisels - Dr Suess' - sister, Marnie, died at home of coronary thrombosis after fighting years of depression and living reclusively.
Dr.Suess's first book he ever wrote was And to Think That I Saw it on Mulberry Street.
Theodor Seuss Geisel
Theodoe Seuss Geisel (1904-1991), better known as "Dr. Seuss", had a sister a year older (Margaretha, or "Marnie"). He had a younger sister, Henrietta, who died as an infant.
It depends on how close to Seuss they are, and there's no way of knowing what will be seen as a reference or homage, and what will be seen as infringing.
Theodor "Dr. Seuss" Geisel married his first wife, Helen Palmer, in 1926. She died in 1967. Geisel married his second wife, Audrey Stone Dimond, in 1968. Geisel had no children by either marriage.
When he got caught drinking gin at Dartmouth College (Class of 1925), he began to sign his work Seuss, so that he could continue to write for the school's humor magazine. Please see the related link, listed below, for more information:
Dr. Seuss would be 88 years old today.
Theodore Seuss giesel
Dr Seuss was born March 2, 1904.
Dr. Seuss married for the second time in 1968. His second wife was Audrey Stone Dimond. She had two daughters from a previous marriage named Lea and Lark, and they became Dr. Seuss's stepdaughters.
March 2, 1949 fell on a Wednesday.
Well when he sent one of his drawings to a newspaper in New York , he was hired as a cartoon writer / illistrator . He signed his cartoons as Dr. Seuss because he felt this was more credible / professional though he really wasn't a doctor .
Go to DragoArt (website listed below) for a great variety of subjects, tutorials, links, etc. It should be of great help to you. So far, I could only find only The Cat in the Hat and the Grinch!!
Dr. Seuss birthday is March 2,1904 and died September 24, 1991. I felt really bad
Dr Seuss was born in 1904, and died in 1991. If Dr Seuss were alivetoday (in he year 2010) he would be turning 106.
Yes, he is a survivor of prostate cancer, having had surgery in either late 2001 or early 2002. Several years ago, he was diagnosed with Stage IV prostate cancer, given just months to live. Instead, he has thrived. But the cancer isn't gone, merely "contained," West is quoted as saying in a...
'And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street' was Dr. Seuss' first book published in 1937.
It is baseball jargon for a double play
cat in the hat or greeen eggs and ham
The first children's book he wrote was "And to Think I Saw It on Mulberry Street!"
There are 840 words including the title.
THE CAT IN THE HAT sold over 10 million (10,000,000) copies of the book
Because his parents gave him that name...dumbsht
The best selling book he ever wrote is the cat in the hat
He died September 24, 1991 in La Jolla, California.
When Theodore Seuss Geisel went to Darthmouth, he became editor-and-cheif of the school newpaper. He was put on probabtion after throwing a party so he began to write publications and submit them under the name Seuss. He then added Dr. a few years later. Legand has it that his father had always...
Jaw Cancer (aged 87)
mrs.cat who now lives in new york
Green eggs and ham wow i luv u Dr suess
The lorax the truffula trees and brown bar-ba-loots are found in the book "The Lorax" they also made a movie about it and in that movie you will also fined a kid that had a crush on a girl and told him about trees and she said if a boy brought me a tree i would marry him on the spot so he went to go...
Truffula Trees and Brown Bar-ba-loots are found in what Seuss book?
The 500 Hats of Bartholomew Cubbins (1938)