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 --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Incredible artistry, love seeing Dr. Seuss' take on the events of his time.Published 16 days ago by Rebecca Cabildo
I love this book, it melds education and fun into one! Dr. Suesss, aka Theodor Geisel, began his career as not just a cartoonist but a political cartoonist. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Shuffy2
Dr. Suess, as this book -- such a treasure. A treat for the grownups with Suess' s characteristic wit, whimsy, and illustrations, takes aim at politics. Bullseye!Published 2 months ago by amazon user
Or something like that. Yertle the turtle was Hitler. thats all. Buy it and learn about history from the LegendPublished 2 months ago by Philey
The book allows for some new insights on the famous writer doctor Seuss but it in no way changes who he was as a character in history. Read morePublished 4 months ago by neil nesbitt
Dr. Seuss had very strong political views preceding and during WWII.
Certainly a worthwhile book if you any interest in the subject.
What can I say? It is propaganda by Dr. Seuss.
This is right up there with Walt Disney's rather optimistic primer
on strategic air power, Victory Through Air... Read more
This was purchased to give as a Christmas present to a friend of mine. She loves it. Thank you for offering this product.Published 7 months ago by Billy T. Lowe
I use this book in my lesson plans. The Animations are fun. The book provides a interestin look at Pre WWII America. It almost hard to believe that Dr. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Jonathan L. St Mary