by Summer from Mississippi
Dr. Seuss is just another name behind the stories that they read, but even children as old as 90 still recognize the man's name. The children love the poetry and the silly pictures and seem not to realize that they are learning many lessons in life. I have not seen a kid with a Dr. Seuss book who is not entertained and learning. Out of all of Dr. Seuss' books I must say that "How the Grinch Stole Christmas" would be my favorite. It is a good lesson on sharing and on the real meaning of Christmas. I also like "The Cat in the Hat". I am a teenager and still enjoy the wonderful works of Dr. Seuss. Any man that can capture the hearts of kids young and old is a hero in my book. Seuss made a point of not beginning the writing of his stories with a moral in mind.
Dr. Seuss has an open heart for teaching kids. Seuss wrote books to teach kids lessons in his books. He was a extremely good author, writer, and artist. One of Seuss' quotes are: “Today you are You, that is truer than true. There is no one alive who is Youer than You.” He was a very smart, intelligent, and friendly man. Seuss drew many pictures and wrote many books.