Many of Dr. Seuss's books have deep meanings behind them. Actually, he started his career after writing many magazine articles for multiple companies. During wars, he was interested in the propaganda posted and did comics for that reason. It wasn't until after the war where he started writing children books. The book that everyone loves, Horton Hears a Who is actually based off the bombing of Japan in WW2. It was made as an apology letter.
Dr. Seuss has a big impact on children all over the world. Why? His books help children in multiple different ways. For example, the way he writes. He uses rhyming schemes and teaches children very valuable lessons in life. His books help children learn how to read as well.
The best thing about Dr. Seuss's books are, people actually enjoy reading them! He creates almost a parallel universe to the real world. The amazing author invents new ways to teach children lessons, and also about the real world problems we struggle with. For example. The Sneetches book is teaching children about racial problems. It explains segregation in a way where the sneetches without a start aren't as good as the ones with, but in the end they come together as one.
All of Dr. Seuss's quotes have great meanings behind them. They also teach us lessons and help in many peoples lives. One quote being, "Why fit in when you were born to stand out." This is saying that you shouldn't try to be like everyone else and plain and that you should be different and a unique figure in the world. Another one is, "You are you. Now isn't that pleasant?" He wrote this to say how you should be happy with yourself.
The author hid in his stories many lessons that we should all learn. In most of Dr. Seuss's books he explained some problems that we may not even notice, but he made sure to keep us aware. In the famous book The Lorax it teaches you how you should take care of your planet and environment carefully. Even if people don't realize that he snuck the lesson in the book they would still enjoy his amazing writing overall.
Dr. Seuss did not always want to be a writer. He actually wanted to be a professor, hence getting his PhD in English. He soon later realized his real dream was to become an author. He did many things before his famous books, that everyone knows of today, came out. He did many cartoons, magazine articles, ads etc. He came out with his first book, And to Think I Saw It on Mulberry Street, in 1937.