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Who Was Dr. Seuss? Paperback – July 7, 2011
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Who was Dr. Seuss?
By- Janet B. Pascal
This book biography is about Theodor Seuss Geisel, known as Dr. Seuss. Theodor was the best illustrator of books for kids.
His biggest hit was "The Cat in the Hat". All the world grabbed it of the shelves.
His other good book is "And to Think That I Saw it on Mulberry Street". That was a good book too.
I think the 2nd to best book is the book "Horton Hears a Who" it's about an elephant named Horton that hears a voice that comes out a mayor of a city of whos. Horton tries to save the whos from death.
Dr. Seuss got the Best Pulitzer Prize. Dr. Seuss went to learn at Oxford University. There he met Helen Palmer. They came back to the U.S.A., and they married a few months after. He worked as an advertisements illustrator.
Dr. Seuss was against the Nazis all the time of the "World War Two". That's the reason he enlisted in the army, to go out against the Nazis.
Dr. Seuss joined the United States Army to the Motion Picture Unit. That unit made movies to train the new soldiers.
Dr. Seuss's wife passed away and he married again. Sadly, the 2nd wife wasn't as good as Helen Palmer who he loved.
In 1991 Dr. Seuss passed away at the age of eighty seven. He will always be in our hearts.
If you want to know more, just read the book!!!!!!
P.S. There's another good book that is called "One Fish Two Fish, Red Fish Blue Fish". The book is about opposites (antonyms).
Dr. Seuss published the book "Green Eggs and Ham". That's a good book too. I read it a few times and was really good (I mean when I was young). That book is about a creature called Sam that doesn't like green eggs and ham. Dr. Seuss brought some situations but Sam said: "No I don't like, Sam-I-am". At the end he said: "I will try them. You will see." So after all Sam did like green eggs and ham.
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at my school i have to meet an Accelerated Reader goal every trimester. i have to read at least two nonfiction books and i happened to stumble upon the who was series. Read morePublished 14 hours ago by Mr. Javier Ruiz
Love these books. My son, who is 9 has been reading them for a little over a year now and this book is wonderful. I must say that this one is not one of his favorites. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Nicholas V.
It is a good book to read for a bibliography. I like it because it is a good children's book that tells about his life.Published 11 days ago by Kindle Customer
IT is a very fun book because Dr. Seuss writes very funny kid books for kids to read.Published 25 days ago by Patricia L De Weerd
I love the "Who Was" and "Who Is" collection for my nine year old son. They are so informative and my child reads them before bed every night. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Reader1234
Great book for homeschooling. Daughter learned everything she needed to know and it worked well for book reportsPublished 2 months ago by N.Thompson
This is a quick little read with fun facts about the life & writings of Dr. Seuss. It has some history behind many of his most popular books. A fun read for lunch hours!Published 3 months ago by P. Gorman
I find the life of Dr. Seuss fascinating . An awesome book to read ! You should read it too !Published 3 months ago by Jimmy M.