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He realized that the children's books of the time were "too nice" and Life magazine reported those books to be too dull and heading the children to literacy problems. Seuss decided to change that. Talking to his publisher, he was given 348 worlds that were not commonly read by children but were important to learn. He kept 223 of those words and added 13 that he felt needed to be there. With those 236 words, he mad a book that had 1,626 words in it's length. It's title ... The Cat in the Hat. In the first 3 years, nearly 1 million copies were sold. Today, over Two Hundred million copies of his books have been sold. His very first book was rejected by 27 different publishers. Through The Lorax he is quoted "Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get ...
his parents were Theodor Robert and Henrietta (Seuss) Geisel.
His spouses were Helen Palmer Geisel (1927–67)
Audrey Stone Dimond (1968–91)
Helen Palmer September 11, 1899
New York, United States
October 23, 1967 (aged 68)
Fresno, California, United States
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