Life Lessons In Theodor Suess's Books

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Theodor Suess Geisel was a poet, author, and screenwriter. He is better known a Dr.Suess. In Theodor´s senior year at Dartmouth College, Theodor added ¨doctor¨ to his name because his father hoped that his son would be a PhD. Instead Dr.Suess drop out. Dr.Suess was born on March 2, 1904, to Theodor Robert Geisel and Henrietta Suess Geisel in Springfield, Massachusetts. Geisel died of Oral Cancer on September 24,1991 in La Jolla at the age of 87. Theodor Suess taught many kids to read, helped make the world look different, and informed life lessons throughout books.

Everyone looks at the world differently than other. One of Dr.Suess´s famous quote is,¨ Today is gone. Today was fun. Tomorrow is another one.¨ It means tomorrow is another day ,so enjoy the present and
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He uses pictures and rhyme schemes with little words but a lot of pictures. Through his positive mind he created repetition combine of sentence that rolls off the tongue. Reading Dr.Suess books are great, a lot of fun, because many children and adults enjoy them for there different reasons. The vocabulary in his books are easy to read which allows kids to learn reading ability skills.

In books there is a theme,but in Dr.Suess books there are life lessons throughout it. ¨Why fit in when you were born to stand out." This means it is okay to be different. Another quotes is,¨Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind do not matter and those who matter do not mind.¨ This quotes means to say what you wanna say and you worry what other people have to say.

Dr.Suess first book was, And To Think I Saw It On Mulberry Street, it was published December in 1937. He has made many books such as The Lorax and Horton Hears A Who. All 46 of his books were translated into 20 different languages. Over many years Theodor receive Two Academy Awards, Two Emmy Awards, ect. Dr.Suess is very outgoing and adventurous when he
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