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​Dr. Seuss, Part II

Arguably America's favorite children's book author and illustrator, Dr. Seuss wrote many a tale for many a child, no matter how silly, no matter how wild. Born Theodor Geisel on March 2, 1904 (his birthday has been adopted as National Read Across America Day), the author and illustrator is better known by his pen name, Dr. Seuss. His books are characterized by their simple, rhyming language and candy-colored, whimsical illustrations. The universe of landscapes and creatures created by Seuss were unlike any seen before in children's literature and his timeless tales are as popular today as ever before.


​1970-1990

Mr Brown can moo! Can you?          
 
 
1970
The Lorax          
 
 
1971
Did I ever tell you how lucky you are?          

 

 

 
1973
The shape of me and other stuff.          
 
 
1973
There's a wocket in my pocket!          
 
 
1974
Great day for up!          
 
 
1974
Oh, the thinks you can think!          
 
 
1975
Oh say can you say?          
 
 
1979
Hunches in bunches          
 
 
1982
The butter battle book          
 
 
1984
You're only old once!          
 
 
1986
I am not going to get up today!          
 
 
1987
Oh, the places you'll go!          
 
 
1990

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