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Dr. Seuss Goes to War marks the first time most of these illustrations have appeared in print since they were first published. Richard H. Minear's introduction and explanatory chapters contextualize the 200 editorial cartoons (some of whose nuances might otherwise be lost on the modern reader). Those who grew up on Seuss will enjoy early glimpses of his later work; history buffs will enjoy this new--if playful and contorted--angle on World War II. --Sunny Delaney
Finding out that Dr. Seuss drew political cartoons during World War Two is a little like finding out that the guitarist for Queen has a Ph.D. in physics, farfetched but true. Read morePublished 9 hours ago by Eric Lee Smith
Like most people, I grew up reading Dr. Seuss books and I read them to my kids. It's odd to see the familiar drawings dealing with such grim material, but it gave me a better idea... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Autumn Sky
A great part of history often forgotten.
A true and honest perspective into the thoughts and views of those that lived through a war.
This was a gift for my daughter. She is a budding artist and enjoys this book for it's variety of artwork.Published 9 months ago by Mitchell Nelson