Dr Seuss to Release New Book Posthumously This Year
Dr. Seuss is a huge part of all of our childhoods, but just because he passed away in 1991 doesn't mean we're done getting new books from him.
I don't know about you but Dr. Seuss was a huge part of my childhood. I loved to read as a kid but nothing brought me joy like "Green Eggs and Ham" or "The Cat in the Hat." The man known as Dr. Seuss, Theodor Seuss Geisel, passed away in 1991, but that didn't mean the end of books from him.
As CNN reports, this isn't the first posthumous book from Seuss. In 2015, the book "What Pet Should I Get" was released from his estate and ended up a New York Times Bestseller. Now, in September, we're getting another one.
"Dr. Seuss's Horse Museum" will be released in the beginning of September. In the book, you follow the journey of a horse through a tour of an art museum. The book will feature famous artists like Jackson Pollock, Pablo Picasso, and others. The manuscript was found in the author's home 21 years after his death. Using some of Seuss' original sketches partnered with Australian illustrator Andrew Joyner, they put the book together.