Horton Hears a Who (on orange)
Item #: 13316488956A
8.5" x 10.5"
6.5" x 8.5" without border
Ships in 3-5 Days
Printed in the USA, this fine art print was printed on acid-free, richly textured 30% post-consumer recycled paper and was created using the advanced technology and inks to produce a brilliant and distinctive reproduction.
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Geisel's wildly popular Horton character first appeared in a Seuss book in 1940. However, Geisel had been painting and drawing the beloved elephant since his early days at Dartmouth College in the 1920s. In , the second Horton book, Dr. Seuss pairs the elephant with a village of speck-sized Whos.
Beloved, American, children’s book author and illustrator Theodor Seuss Geisel (1904 -1991), better known by his pen name, Dr. Seuss, created imaginative characters and rhymes that encouraged reading. Initially working as a political cartoonist and advertising illustrator, Geisel accepted a contract to illustrate a children's book enabling his transition into juvenile literature. He persisted after his first book was repeatedly rejected, eventually becoming a best-selling, award-winning children’s author. His boldly inked, whimsical figures and verse transformed the predictable, pastel, moralistic world of children’s publishing. Geisel’s inspirational work has been adapted for television, theater and film.
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