Theodor Seuss Geisel became known as Dr. Seuss after publishing a series of children’s books.
In 1991, after Dr. Seuss’s death at the age of 87, a box of manuscripts of unpublished works were found by his wife Audrey. In 2013, Audrey and Claudia Prescott, whom was Theodor’s longtime secretary and friend rediscovered the box of manuscripts. From that manuscript new Dr. Seuss books such as, “What Pet Should I Get” we’re published.
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