The Man Who Was Dr. Seuss: The Life and Work of Theodor Geisel

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New Century Books, 2001 - Biography & Autobiography - 212 pages
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The Man Who Was Dr. Seuss is the first major personal and literary biography of theodor "Dr. Seuss" Geisel. It describes the origins of the rhyme scheme he used for many of his books; his views of international justice; the morals for children in his books; why parents are seldom seen in Dr. Seuss books and finally, among fabulouse facts and fanciful fables, how and why Dr. Seuss eventually became an American icon.

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We all have memories of our favorite Dr. Seuss books, either those we read as children or those we read to our children countless times. Even ten years after his death, Dr. Seuss's popularity is ... Read full review

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Thomas has published 17 nonfiction books.

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