True or False?
Dr. Seuss was a real doctor.
Dr. Seuss was the fun name chosen by writer Theodor Geisel. As Dr. Seuss, Geisel wrote more than sixty books for children.
- Dr. Seuss began drawing and writing stories when he was a young boy.
- He gave his characters strange names such as the Grinch, the Obsk, the seersucker, and the Bippo-No-Bungus.
- More than 200 million copies of his books have been sold around the world.
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