The Little-Known Works of Dr. Seuss

In 1937, after dozens of rejections from publishers, Dr. Seuss made his first contribution to children's literature: And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street. Within two years, he'd released two more children's books and begun a hugely successful relationship with Random House that would last the rest ...

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