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  1. Interestingly enough Dr. Seuss also wrote books for adults that used the same style of verse and pictures as his children’s books. “The Seven Lady Godivas”, “Oh, The Places You’ll Go”, and “You;re Only Old Once” were his adult books. Chris, he also was in the Army and wrote a film which was called Our Job in Japan. That became the basis for the commercially released film, Design for Death,which was a study of Japanese culture in 1947. That film won the Academy Award for Documentary Features. But Dr. Seuss never won the Caldecott nor the Newberry awards.

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