Theodor Geisel, better known as Dr. Seuss and one of the best-loved authors and illustrators of childrens’ books died in 1991. His work continues to be tremendously popular among all ages. His works can be understood on many levels with themes including self-confidence, discrimination, and responsibility.
Biography section under Seuss, Dr.
Estes, Glenn E., ed. Dictionary of Literary Biography, Vol. 61, 1987.
Lystad, Mary H. From Dr. Mather to Dr. Seuss, 1980.
Moritz, Charles, ed. Current Biography Yearbook, 1968.
Smith, James Steel. A Critical Approach to Children’s Literature, 1967.
Sutherland, Zena. Children and Books, 1986.
Telgen, Diane, ed. Something about the Author, Vol. 75, 1994. (and other vols.)
EBSCO Magazine Article Summaries
Readers’ Guide to Periodical Literature