Theodor Seuss Geisel wrote under the pen name, Dr. Seuss.
And what about those who have such learning problems they can’t even manage a book by Dr. Seuss, but can weave a spoken story so wondrous, she wants to take notes.
Sandra Cisneros -- The House on Mango Street
She started with baby stuff, like Dr. Seuss, which my father and I had read when I was two, so after I tossed those on the floor a couple of times, instead of punishing me, she figured out I needed something better.
Sharon M. Draper -- Out of My Mind
I was even more shocked to see her younger brother, Toby, who was no longer a Dr. Seuss–quoting and adorable eight-year-old but a full-fledged skinny teenager with shaggy hair and big headphones around his neck.
John Corey Whaley -- Nogin
There was another of Mack sitting in a chair reading Dr. Seuss to her.
William P. Young -- The Shack
They were television’s answer to Beatrix Potter or L. Frank Baum or Dr. Seuss.
Malcolm Gladwell -- The Tipping Point
She told me how the Dr. Seuss and Winnie the Pooh just fell out on the stoop, how the boy looked up at her after the bullet hit, wide-eyed, wondering.
Rick Bragg -- All Over but the Shoutin’
They reminded Percy of trees in those Dr. Seuss books his mom used to read him when he was little.
Rick Riordan -- The Mark of Athena
At the end of an exhausting day, I’d slowly read Dr. Seuss books to Stephen while he jabbed his finger at the pictures.