A Letter From Dr. Seuss

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I'm a cartoonist and writer, best known for my graphic novel, Stuck Rubber Baby, and my comic strip from the 1980s, Wendel.
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5 Responses to A Letter From Dr. Seuss

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  2. How cool is that ??????

  3. booksteve says:

    What a great letter! I have what may well have been one of Dr. Seuss’s final autographs. I read in THE COMICS BUYER’S GUIDE that he was in the hospital with a critical illness. I called Maggie Thompson and she got me an exact address. Every day for a week, I had every customer at the bookstore where I worked sign a giant card and list their favorite Seuss works. A few weeks later, we received a brief note on Cat in the Hat stationary with very shaky handwriting saying he was getting better. Within a very short time, I read of his passing. Sigh..

  4. Dale Hopson says:

    I have an autographed copy of “How The Grinch Stole Christmas”… it was a treat meeting the man who started my love of books!

  5. Nice!

    I was excited when someone introduced me to the R.Michelson Gallery where they have some of his art (and other fine things).