What Is Dr Seuss Style Of Writing

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Dr. Seuss Dr. Seuss was a very prestigious american author in the early to mid 1900’s. He was well known for his great children's books and his own style of writing. He wrote books in no way anyone has ever done before. He made up his own words and rhymed and schemed them together in a very unique and creative way. To this day Dr. Seuss is still very well known and his books are still read to kids around the world. Theodor Seuss Geisel ( Dr. Seuss) was born on March 2nd, 1904, in Springfield Massachusetts. He was born to Theodor Robert Geisel who was a successful brewmaster, and Henrietta Seuss Geisel. When Seuss turned 18 he left home to attend Dartmouth college in New Hampshire where he became editor and chief of the colleges humor magazine.…show more content…
Seuss came up with a lot of his writings and drawings. He is known for his made up words and his creative style of writing. Seuss said he got his inspiration from his hometown of Springfield, Massachusetts. At the time Springfield was a booming town with many factories with colorful and unique images and sounds. He got his inspiration from all the surrounding sounds and sights such as Indian motocycles, Streetcar bells, and clydesdales galloping on the cobblestones. “Dr. Seuss Found Inspiration in His Boyhood Home of Springfield - The Boston Globe.”BostonGlobe.com, 8 Mar. 2014,…show more content…
Seuss said many times that he wrote children's books because at the time many children were not learning how to read because the books were too hard and boring for the kids. So he started writing children’s books as a way to teach children how to read and have fun while doing it. Not only did he want his books to teach children how to read he wanted to teach the children some morals such as equality, so he threw in hidden messages that could be interpreted many ways. “Doctor Seuss, 1904-1991: A Children's Writer for All Ages.” Biography - Doctor Seuss, 1904-1991: A Children's Writer for All Ages (VOA Special English 2006-12-17), www.manythings.org/voa/people/Doctor_Seuss.html. Dr. Seuss was a very distinguished and celebrated writer. Throughout his very successful career he won many medals, awards, and was recognized for many pieces of his work. Not only was he recognized for his writing but also by Dartmouth college. Dartmouth college named it’s medical school after Dr. Seuss and his second wife Audrey Geisel. His most notable award came in 1984. In the spring of 1984 Seuss won the Pulitzer prize for his contribution to the education and enjoyment for america's children for half a century. He also won many not so notable awards such as the peabody award. “Accolades and Honors.” The Art of Dr. Seuss Collection,
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