How Dr. Seuss found the juice for his most beloved stories


In the summer of 1936, Theodor Seuss Geisel, aka Dr. Seuss, was returning from a European vacation with his wife Helen aboard the steamship MS Kungsholm. Bad weather kept them indoors, and the repetitive rhythm of the ship’s engines was driving him crazy. Helen suggested he write some nonsense rhymes to the beat of the…

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