What book did Dr Seuss write in response to the challage to write a book that first graders wouldn't be able to put down?
Dr. Seuss, whose full name was Theodor Seuss Geisel, published over 60 books. Most were published under his well-known pseudonym. He was born in 1904 and died in 1991. He auth…ored 46 childrens books, he also authored over a dozen books as Theo LeSieg and one as Rosetta Stone.
By Book or by Crook According to a website called SeussDude.com - dedicated to the man named Theodor Geisel - Dr. Seuss wrote more than 60 children's books during his life. … Moreover, according to the website, he used the pen name Dr. Seuss for all of the books that he both wrote and illustrated. The pen name Theo LeSieg (his last name spelled backwards) was used for books he wrote, but which were illustrated by others. Between 1937-1991 (when Dr. Seuss died, aged 87), he published more than 40 books, which have sold half a billion copies in toto. (For a full list of Dr. Seuss's books, click on the Related link.) at least the integer 14 He published 44 children's books under the pen name Dr. Seuss. He published others under different pen names (not all of them children's books). 44 Dr. Seuss has written atleast 50 OR more books. :) :) :D :D he wrote over50,000 books or maybe 5,000 He has written over 42 books:) I love Dr.Seuss:)
His first book was "To Think That I Saw It On Mulberry Street", and it was finally published in 1937. However, it was rejected by 29 publishers before it was finally accepted,… so he probably wrote it quite a bit earlier.
Dr. Seuss's first book was "And to Think I Saw it on Mulberry Street"; published in 1937.
Theodore Seuss Geissel died some years ago. his books, of course survive.
From his mother when he was young his mother made up little ryhms to calm him and his sibblins. When he was older, he often went down to a lake and wat…ched birds. He thought that looking into the sky and watching everything go by was gonna get him inspired.
he practice his mistakes and it turn to perfect
It took him months because about 30 or so publishers rejected him but finally a publisher accepted it.
He wanted to entertain people with a funny story about feet. This story is for any ages. Dr. Suess was always a awesome author.
Dr. Seuss writes children's poetry books that usually feature mythical creatures invented by Dr. Seuss himself.
im not sure where he wrote it but it was called "I Think I Saw Something On A Mulberry Street" he got TURNED DOWN 29 TIMES before it was published,and it was a BIG hit,hope i …helped =-)
How the Grinch Stole Christmas Green Eggs and Ham ( personal favorite ) Horton Hears a Who! One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish Cat in the Hat And many others
And to think that I saw it on mulberry street. He was inspired to write it because of the rhythmic patter of a boat engine.