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Dr. Seuss Would Have Despised -- And Mocked -- Donald Trump

Peter Dreier | Posted 10.04.2016 | Politics
Peter Dreier

Asked to explain his political views, Theodor Geisel -- better known as Dr. Seuss -- once said that he was "against people who push other people around." Were he alive today, he would surely be using his sharp pen to make fun of Donald Trump.

Summer Reading: Meet Harper, Meet Theodor, Meet Walt, Meet America

Frank Islam | Posted 08.17.2016 | Books
Frank Islam

As the time remaining for summer reading slips away, we'd like to turn our attention to and concentrate on three books -- two of which have just been discovered and one of which has been rediscovered -- that also say something about who we are as Americans

Did Someone Say 'Classic'? Dr. Seuss's The Cat in the Hat Could Not Be Published Today

Peter Mandel | Posted 02.18.2014 | Comedy
Peter Mandel

You may know that Dr. Seuss's real name was Theodor Geisel. But bet you didn't know this: The Cat in the Hat could not be published today. Repeat: It couldn't make the cut.

Theodor Geisel Was Right

Tom Gerdy | Posted 09.07.2013 | Impact
Tom Gerdy

The next time you think about giving up trying to make a difference, I ask you to go to the words of Theodor Geisel, quoted as saying, "Sometimes, the questions are complicated, and the answers are simple."

PHOTOS: 'Get Loose With Dr. Seuss' At New Exhibit

Posted 12.12.2011 | Chicago

Both the whimsical fantasy known to most current and former children and the fine art paintings kept a secret by the man behind the cat during his lif...

Dr. Seuss's Legacy:

San Jose Mercury News | Mary Gottschalk | Posted 05.25.2011 | Books

Best known of course is Green Eggs and Ham, published in 1960 and consistently among the top five bestselling English language children's books of all...

Dr. Seuss Meets the iPhone

Flavia Colgan | Posted 05.25.2011 | Books
Flavia Colgan

Children these days are blessed with the magic of the iPhone for instant entertainment. And what better way to occupy a child in an educational, fun way then to have a library of Dr. Seuss apps on your iPhone?