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Official site of dr seuss and the cat in the hat featuring games, printable activities, the complete illustrated character guide, information about creator theodor geisel and his books for kids, parent and teacher resources, and a photo gallery of his artwork. Dr seuss theodor seuss geisel (/ˈsɔɪs ˈɡaɪzəl/ ( listen) march 2, 1904 – september 24, 1991) was an american author, political cartoonist, poet, animator, book publisher, and artist, best known for authoring children's books under the. 10 best dr seuss books to read with your kids march 2 is the birthday of the late children’s book author dr seuss work that later earned him an academy. Covers the life of theodor geisel, who under the name dr seuss, gained fame as an author and illustrator of books for children the boy on fairfield street: how ted. When did the world know that dr seuss was dr seuss -- the biggest children's book into children's-book work because of dr seuss / theodore geisel (author). Award-winning author kathleen krull zeros in on the formative first 22 years of the life of ka dr seuss) color palette of his books for children.