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1957 was his big year, wrote The Cat in the Hat, How the Grinch Stole Christmas, and three years later Green Eggs and Ham. He invented another name, Theo LeSieg, for books he wrote but did not illustrate.
Helen died in 1967 and Ted married Audrey Stone Dimond
In 1971, he was 67. Ted's latest book at the time, The Lorax, took 10 years to become as popular as his other books.
In 1974 Geisel published "Richard M. Nixon, Will You Please Go Now!" and nine days later Nixon resigned due to the Watergate Scandal. He wrote many types of books and he was awarded the Pulitzer Prize, Honorary Doctorates from several universities, and he sold hundreds of millions of copies. He gave to libraries, art museums, scholarship funds, charities, and zoos
In 1984 he claimed his best book, The Butter Battle Book, was published. Two years later, on his 82nd Birthday, his book, You're Only Old Once, was published.
Ted Geisel died September 24th, 1991 at age 87.
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