Dr. Seuss Research essay Did you know that Dr. Seuss books has been translated into more than 15 different languages and has sold over 200 million copies in the world? Theodor Seuss Geisel was born March 2, 1904 on Howard Street in Springfield, Massachusetts and died September 24, 1991. He graduated Dartmouth College in 1925 and went to Oxford University for a doctorate in literature. He began working on a magazine called Judge; it was a humor magazine in America after submitting the humorous articles he started submitting cartoons to life which gained noticed and led him to contract to draw comic ads for Flit. It lasted 17 years it gained him national exposure then he came up with “And To Think I Saw It On mullberry Street.” Which was rejected by 28 publishers but then got published by his friend and it went on to modern success. This essay is based on Dr. Seuss to inform the readers how his career of writing books started, What made him want to rhyme in all of his books, How he came up with the most selling book “The cat In The Hat”, What was his first book, and what inspired him to write it also how did he come up with a book with only 50 words. The pieces of evidence can be supported through his adult lifetime and careers he had. Dr. Seuss was an American writer, poet and cartoonist known for writing children books and published 46 children books characterized by imaginative characters and rhymes. He has 11 television cartoon specials, four feature films, a Broadway musical and four televisions series. His stories march forward at an incantatory, rhythmic pace, and are full of tongue-twisters, word play, and highly inventive vocabulary. He worked as a political cartoonist, an advertising illustrator, and a documentary filmmaker. Dr. Seuss most famous book was the “Cat and the hat” which is a story...