Dr. Seuss Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other

Dr. Seuss

This Biography is about one of the best Cartoonist Dr. Seuss including his Height, weight,Age & Other Detail…

Biography Of Dr. Seuss
Real Name Dr. Seuss
Profession Cartoonists, Novelists, Short Story Writers
Nick Name Dr. Theophrastus Seuss, Theo LeSieg, Rosetta Stone, Dr. Seuss
Famous as Writer, Cartoonist
Nationality American
Personal life of Dr. Seuss
Born on 02 March 1904
Birthday 2nd March
Died At Age 87
Sun Sign Pisces
Born in Springfield, Massachusetts, U.S.
Died on 24 September 1991
place of death La Jolla, California, U.S
Cause of Death Cancer
City Massachussets
Family Background of Dr. Seuss
Father Theodor Robert
Mother Henrietta (Seuss) Geisel
Spouses/Partners Helen Palmer, Audrey Geisel
Awards 1958 – Lewis Carroll Shelf Award 1947 – Legion of Merit 2000 – Academy awards

2000 – Academy award – Two Emmy awards – a Peabody award – the Laura Ingalls Wilder Medal 1984 – Pulitzer Prize

Personal Fact of Dr. Seuss

If your four-year old kid cannot but put down his book until he gets through the last page and still years for more tales, you are lucky. But all this luck has nothing to do with you for it is the writer whom you need to thank for churning out the tales. Theodor Geisel, or popularly known by his pen name Dr Seuss, was one of the eminent storytellers of the early 20th century who churned out classic children’s tales using imaginative characters and rhyming words.

What gave him an upper hand over other writers of his generation was his use of illustration to sustain the interest of young readers. Since an early age, he realised his talent for drawing art creatures and writing rhyming tales. He forayed into the medium of children’s literature and soon churned out his first debut book, And To Think That I Saw it on Mulberry Street. The book met with 27 rejections before finally being printed by Vangaurd Press. Upon its release, readers all over America positively accepted the book which led to his penning more books.

Over the years, he took up various profiles, working in the animation department during World War II, as an illustrator for advertising campaigns, screen writer for films and illustrated short story writer. It was with the release of his magnum opus, The Cat in the Hat that he became a prominent name in children’s literature. His later works were as successful as The Cat in the Hat and cemented his position as an illustrator and writer of children’s story.

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