““Dr. Seuss helped us learn how to read,/ Boomers, X-ers and millennials all./ He made up new words — like ‘lightninged’ and ‘nerd,’/ And also made reading a ball!” @nytimes book critic Michiko Kakutani took a Seussian approach to a review of the legendary storyteller’s latest book, “What Pet Should I Get?” The book, which goes on sale next week, comes from a long-lost manuscript. @nytimes photographer Ernie Sisto captured Dr. Theodor Seuss Geisel during a 1968 interview. “I’d rather write for kids,” #DrSeuss told @nytimes. “They are more appreciative. Adults are obsolete children and the hell with them.” #tbt” By nytimes on Instagram.
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