Dr. Seuss was a failure to start, but he soon learned to follow his heart. He wrote books about things that he knew, and soon enough, his book sales flew. Although the doc is now long passed, his stories are still selling fast. So now today the real question is: what can we learn from a writer in the biz? Is it love, friendship, or compassion? Let's have a debate in orderly fashion.
|American Literature||All American Literature|
|Author||Geisel - Theodor Seuss Geisel|
Seuss - Dr. Seuss
|Literary Topics||Author Highlights|
Although his dear parents weren't easy to part with.
It was there that his birth name got much, much less use...
...when he chose to replace it with the moniker "Seuss."
In the ad game and filmmaking, Seuss was a dabbler
He was always verbose; you could call him a babbler.
He tried his hand at political cartooning And slowly but surely his career was ballooning
To Think That I Saw it On Mulberry Street Was the first ever book that Seuss did complete
He wasn't a hit right off of the bat But things got much better with The Cat in
the Hat. From that point on, he found fame and renown
He was hands-down the rhymiest rhymer in town. Random House owned him from that day on
And they still sell his books now that Teddy is gone.