10 FACTS About DR. SEUSS BOOKS
And to think that I Saw it on MULBERRY STREET
This was Seuss’s first children’s book. It was rejected by 27 publishers before it was published in 1937 by Vanguard Press.
The logging industry was so upset over Seuss’s The Lorax (believed to be his take on environmentalism) that it sponsored a similar book, The Truax — told from the logging point of view.
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