The first Dr. Seuss book ever


WORLD'S FIRST
DR. SEUSS BOOK

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What was the world's first Dr. Seuss book?

Dr. Seuss was born on March 02, 1904 in Springfield, Massachusetts as Theodor Seuss Geisel.

Early in his career he wrote funny articles for magazines such as Life, Vanity Fair, Judge and the Saturday Evening Post and even at this stage signed them 'Dr. Seuss'.

His first break came when he was asked to do the illustrations for the book 'Boners' which was released in 1931.

The first book ever written and illustrated by Dr. Seuss was finally  published in 1937 by Vanguard Press after being rejected 27 times.

The title of Dr. Seuss' first book: And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street.

The first Dr. Seuss book
The First Dr. Seuss Book


The first Dr. Seuss book ever

The first Dr. Seuss book ever

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