Theodor Geisel

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Dr. Seuss Museum Opens, With Some Controversy

Some want to know why Springfield, Mass., museum doesn't have his WWII-era work

(Newser) - From the squiggly, pink handrails outside the entrance to the front hall decorated with scenes from "And to Think That I Saw it on Mulberry Street"—a real street just blocks away—the new Amazing World of Dr. Seuss Museum says, "You're off to great places!... More »

New Dr. Seuss Book Will Answer Burning Question

Specifically, 'What pet should I get?'

(Newser) - Cat in the hat or a gnat or a rat that is fat? If there's no way you could choose which creature to adopt, Dr. Seuss may be able to help. Random House announced today it will publish yet another tale (complete with pics) by the popular children's... More »

4 Lost Dr. Seuss Stories Coming Out

The 1950s tales feature Horton and an early version of the Grinch

(Newser) - Horton heard a Who—and his ears might be ringing right now with the news that he's about to make a comeback. Random House is republishing four Dr. Seuss stories on Sept. 9 that haven't been seen since the 1950s, when they first made their appearance in Redbook... More »

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