I've been doing some work on Dr. Seuss articles lately, and I've decided it's a good idea to have a centralized place for the related references I've found myself returning to frequently. I'd like to eventually create a couple of userspace articles that provide more in-depth help with writing Dr. Seuss-related articles for the general Wikipedia public, but I doubt they'd get much use, so why bother? Anyhoo, below you'll find a good chunk of the important works about Dr. Seuss.
Cott, Jonathan (1983). "The Good Dr. Seuss". In Fensch, Thomas. Of Sneetches and Whos and the Good Dr. Seuss: Essays on the Writings and Life of Theodor Geisel. McFarland & Company. pp. 99–123. ISBN0-7864-0388-8.
Kahn, E.J. (17 December 1960). "Children's Friend". In Fensch, Thomas. Of Sneetches and Whos and the Good Dr. Seuss: Essays on the Writings and Life of Theodor Geisel. McFarland & Company. pp. 15–35. ISBN0-7864-0388-8.
For your copyediting efforts during the May 2010 Guild of Copy Editors Backlog Elimination Drive, editing 24 articles with a combined total of 48,036 words, I hereby declare Bobnorwal to be a member of the Order of the Superior Scribe of Wikipedia. Congratulations and thank you for all your hard work! --DiannaaTALK 03:46, 10 June 2010 (UTC)
This Clean-up Barnstar is awarded to Bobnorwal for copy editing articles totalling 12,895 words during the March GOCE backlog elimination drive. Thanks for your efforts! Diannaa(Talk) 04:40, 3 April 2011 (UTC)
Thanks for getting started on the copyedit at Squab - I hope that things have eased up for you. Malkinann (talk) 05:05, 21 July 2011 (UTC)
Thanks for all the work you did in making Mind Over Murder a certified "Good Article"! Your work is much appreciated. (Pictured: a basement bar. Piano-playing housewife not included.)
In the spirit of celebration, you may wish to review one of the Good Article nominees that someone else nominated, as there is currently a backlog, and any help is appreciated. All the best, – Quadell(talk)
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