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The magical world of children would not have been the same without the characters created by Theodor Seuss Geisel or better known as Dr. Seuss with Dr Seuss I Will Teach You In A Room I Will Teach You Now On Zoom Shirt. Creator of characters such as the Lorax, the Grinch or the shadowed Cat that physically relate to coming from the same world of furry creatures. Theodor Seuss was born on March 2, 1904, Massachusetts, United States. His biographers say that all seuss’ interest and skill in writing was due to his mother’s childhood recitals. The woman wrote the recipes in rhyme to make it easier to learn them and serve to entertain the baby. He later entered Oxford in order to earn his degree in literature, but never succeeded because his future wife Helen Palmer Geisel, in the middle of the university corridors told him to pursue art for his talent in drawing. Theodor Seuss became convinced and began publishing in the university magazine and then in some newspapers such as Saturday Evening Post, Life and Vanity Fair. When he retired from college and with to fulfill his father’s dream of earning a degree he began signing his short stories and drawings under the pseudonym Dr. Seuss. The same one he used in his caricatures charged with criticism of European regimes that were debated between missiles and bombs during World War II. At the end of the war Dr. Seuss participated in other projects beyond caricature in which he also demonstrated his talent. He wrote the screenplay for the documentary Desing for Death directed by Richard Fleischer, this film won the Oscar for Best Documentary in 1948. He also participated in another less political project Gerald McBoing Boing that won the same award as best animated short.

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After those days of activism, Dr. Seuss wrote stories for children concerned about the low reading of minors in schools. At that time came one of his most remembered and adapted works to film, How the Grinch Stole Christmas! (How the Grinch stole Christmas). His drawings began to employ the physiognomy that would characterize the writer’s style, drooping shoulders, swaying head, long legs and arms, thin chest and wide belly. In addition to the steep nose and hair that had most of his compositions. Thus he created The Cat in the Hat that was also adapted into cinema after the death of Dr. Seuss. [single-related post_id”837332″] Later after these compositions Bennett Cerf, co-founder of Random House, challenged him to write a book in which he used only 50 words, Dr. Seuss accepted the challenge and composed the most famous tale of his life, Green Eggs with Ham (1960). Theodor Seuss Geisel received the Pulitzer Prize in commemoration of his contributions to children’s literature, after which he fell ill with cancer and died on September 24, 1991. His wife Audrey Geisel received the rights to the play and accepted the film adaptation of El Gato, but after seeing Dr Seuss I Will Teach You In A Room I Will Teach You Now On Zoom Hoodie┬áher he felt that he was not well adapted and refused to cede rights to act with humans again. Under these conditions the company Universal Pictures proposed to create an animated film of The Lorax Listens to Who, who in the film was called The Lorax in search of the lost truffle.

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