Saturday, November 23, 2013

Who Is Dr. Seuss?

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Who Is Dr. Seuss? cover

At school, Ted loved to write. He would write things to go in the school paper. He started to put his middle name, “Seuss,” on his work.
Dr. Seuss Drawing

Ted went to college in England to become a teacher. He would often include drawings on his papers. Another student saw his drawings. She thought he should become an
artist instead of a teacher. Her name was Helen Palmer.

One time, Dr. Seuss took a vacation on a ship. He noticed the rhythm of the ship’s engine. The rhythm gave him the idea for the story "And to Think That I Saw it on Mulberry Street." It became his first published book in 1937.

Dr. Seuss had a very good imagination. One of the books he wrote was called On Beyond Zebra. It was a story about letters in the alphabet that come beyond the letter z. Some of the letters are yuzz and snee.

Seuss won some very grand literature awards for his books. One of these was the Pulitzer Prize. It was given to him for the education and enjoyment his books gave to children and their parents. He also won awards for his movies and cartoons.

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