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Dr. Seuss Biography

You know his books, art, and movies but how much do you know about the man behind Horton Hears a Who? Get the 411 on Dr. Seuss! Back to Article

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emilyabhisweettalker
emilyabhisweettalker wrote:
2014-03-11 10:34:23 -0700

I will always love these books

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parkerpride
parkerpride wrote:
2014-03-07 04:09:27 -0800

even though I'm eleven I still love a good ol' dr.seuss book

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imagination44
imagination44 wrote:
2014-03-04 15:18:21 -0800

Dr. Seuss is my favorite! We have a big Dr. S party at school, and I got to blow out the cake's candles, cuz I read so much! Big Grin

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bellarella234
bellarella234 wrote:
2014-03-04 14:20:48 -0800

I must say, his books always bring a smile to my face!

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Rocky36547
Rocky36547 wrote:
2014-03-04 13:31:15 -0800

his books is wonderful

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lil+cutie+nice=me
lil+cutie+nice=me wrote:
2013-01-06 18:33:02 -0800

i watched the lorax as a class last year

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Ayoo'Ken
Ayoo'Ken wrote:
2012-08-25 07:19:52 -0700

His books are still great idc how old i am...i still love Dr. Seuss's books!

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Katara 9296
Katara 9296 wrote:
2012-08-24 16:03:58 -0700

i was in seussical too and i love dr. seuss...i believe he was gifted...his book's meaning make me cry tears of joy....he lived a successful life....everyone should endure his gifts

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selena white_1949561
selena white_1949561 wrote:
2012-04-27 13:22:10 -0700

I love "all" of his books!!!

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Just4Girlz
Just4Girlz wrote:
2012-03-09 21:14:09 -0800

im in the play seussical but still im kool

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missphilly412
missphilly412 wrote:
2012-03-09 13:40:25 -0800

it's a crime the way you ryhme,
it's a shame you never lost your game.
Happy birthday

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aryana2001
aryana2001 wrote:
2012-03-09 13:40:00 -0800

we are going to wach The Lorax.Dr. Seuss movie

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pinkpancakez4
pinkpancakez4 wrote:
2012-03-09 13:35:52 -0800

I love the way u ryhme Dr.Seuss.

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cright2
cright2 wrote:
2012-03-08 19:22:55 -0800

The Lorax movie was.......BEAUTIFUL!

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cright2
cright2 wrote:
2012-03-08 19:22:16 -0800

Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss~♥

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fuzaybear11
fuzaybear11 wrote:
2012-03-06 20:18:31 -0800

Sorry you died Dr.Seuss,I love your books!

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iMayback Ace Swagg124
iMayback Ace Swagg124 wrote:
2012-03-05 11:52:25 -0800

He is ._. EPICCC AGHH!

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soccerplayer02
soccerplayer02 wrote:
2012-03-04 18:52:54 -0800

happy bday dr seuss i love you i wrote a book one time for you i want your signature

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millyelf
millyelf wrote:
2012-03-04 16:39:30 -0800

dr.seuss is good at writing stories by the way funny stories

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boo-boo299
boo-boo299 wrote:
2012-03-03 16:54:18 -0800

I love Dr. Seuss!!!!!

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