President Obama, accompanied by first lady Michelle Obama, reads Green Eggs and Ham at the annual White House Easter Egg Roll in April 2010.
September 26, 2013 Sen. Ted Cruz isn't the first politician to lean on the classic children's story to advance his cause. Governors, lieutenant governors and even the president have held public readings.
August 22, 2013 Oh, the place he went. It seems that The Lorax statue taken from the family's property in La Jolla, Calif., last year was left in some think bushes in a nearby canyon. A tip to police led to his recovery.
A sea of Seuss hats at an event at the Library of Congress in 2010.
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August 20, 2012 As a captain in the U.S. Army during World War II, Theodor Geisel created a booklet warning troops against the dangers of malaria and how to avoid contracting it.
An imagined new facade for Dartmouth's school of medicine (with apologies to Dr. Seuss).
April 5, 2012 No word yet on whether memorizing The Cat in the Hat will now become a requirement for medical school admission.
March 28, 2012 The bronze artwork, made by Theodore Geisel's daughter, has disappeared. The theft comes as a movie version of Dr. Seuss' story continues to draw fans to theaters.
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