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Geisel, Theodor Seuss

Born: 1904 AD
Died: 1991 AD
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US author, filmmaker, illustrator, and poet

1983 – "The 500 Hats of Bartholomew Cubbins".

 

1940 – "Horton Hatches the Egg".

 

1954 – "Horton Hears a Who!".

 

1957 – "The Cat in the Hat".

 

1957 – "How the Grinch Stole Christmas!".

 

1960 – "Green Eggs and Ham".

 

1971 – "The Lorax".

 

1986 – "You’re Only Old Once".

 

1990 – "Oh, the Places You’ll Go".

 

1946 – Produced documentary films "Hitler Lives".

 

1947 – "Design for Death".

 

1951 – Animated film "Gerald McBoing Boing".

 

Founded Beginner Books, Inc. 1958 (acquired by Random House 1960)

 

Recipient of special Pulitzer Prize for lifetime achievement 1984

 

1904 – Dr. seuss (Ted Seuss) was born on the 2nd of March.

 

1921 – He went to college at Darthruoth and Oxford.

 

1927 – Dr.Seuss got married with Helen Palmer.

 

1937 – Became a author.

 

1945 – He joined the army and was sent to HollyWood.

 

1946 – Directed his first movie.

 

1960 – A friend bet him he couldn’t write a book in less than 50 words, he wrote Green eggs and Ham afterwards.

 

1967 – Dr seuss’s wife Helen Palmer died.

 

1991- Dr.seuss died on the 24th of September.