- His actual name was Theodore Seuss Geisel
- He was born in Springfield, Massachusetts
- He wrote his books under the pen names of Dr. Seuss, Theo LeSieg and one time as Rosetta Stone!
- He wrote 46 children's books!
- His first book, "And to Think That I Saw it On Mulberry Street" was rejected by publishers 27 times
- He drew political cartoons during World War II
- His pen name was Theo LeSieg; LeSieg is Geisel spelled backwards!
Wednesday, March 8, 2017
crafting with grandma - Dr. Seuss & the Foot Book
Since Dr Seuss' birthday was on March 2nd and the month of March is a fun time to celebrate the creativity of Dr. Seuss, I thought it would be fun to look at a Dr. Seuss craft today! But, first, a bit of info (I found on Wiki) on the man known to children everywhere as Dr. Seuss . . .
So . . . as I thought about the month of March and Dr. Seuss' birthday, I browsed on Pinterest and found a really fun craft, which of course, I'm sharing with you!
One of the many books Dr. Seuss wrote is all about feet! So, if you were to enjoy this book with your grandchildren, it would be great fun to then make your own family's foot book! Just follow this link for the specifics and have fun making your family's foot prints . . . and if you do, do't forget the feet of your four-legged family members, too!