Dr Seuss.com – Theodor Seuss Geisel (/su version) – Theodor Seuss Geisel (/su version) (On this lists); 2 March 1904 – 24 Sept. 1991)he was a writer, political cartoonist, illustrator, poet, animator and film-maker of the American childhood. It is popular because of the works of Dr. Seuss (/su jeans, zu fleiß and is known for his more than 60 works. He sell more than 600 million copies and is traduced in more than 20 languages by the time of his death, many of the most popular children’s libraries of all time.
In 1958 Geisel won Horton Hatches the Egg the Lewis Carrol Shelf Award and again in 1961 for And To Think That I Saw On Mulberry Street. A National Read Around America Day, an initiative of the national education association, was adopted as the annual date for Geisel’s birthday, March 2. He was awarded the Grinch Night (in 1978) and the Outstanding Animated Program for Cat The Grinch Grinchs in Hat with two primetime Emmy Awards for Outstanding Children’s Special (1982).
The son of Henrietta (born Seuss) and Theodor Robert Geisel, was born and raised at Massachusetts, Springfield. The report is in progress. After the brewery was closed for prohibition, his father was managing the family brewery and was later named by Mayor John A. Denison as the supervisor of the Springfield public park system. Springfield’s Mulberry Street is near his boyhood home on Fairfield Street and it was made famously by his first children’s book And to Think I Saw On Mulberry Street.
Geisel’s money gained from publicity and magazine submissions made him richer than even his most affluent classmates in Dartmouth. The increased revenue enabled the Geisels, in higher social groups, to move to better quarters and to socialise. The banker Frank A. Vanderlip’s rich family became relatives. Even, Geisel and his wife travelled widely, along with 30 countries, by 1936. They had no kids, had no regular hours of office and had enough income. Geisel found that his imagination was improved by travelling.