An unfinished manuscript by the late children's author is the basis for "Dr. Seuss's Horse Museum", soon it will be coming on September 3.
The manuscript for "Dr. Seuss's Horse Museum" was discovered in the late author's La Jolla, California, home 21 years after his death. A posthumous release in 2015, "What Pet Should I Get", was a best-seller.
Young readers will join a friendly horse on a guided tour of an art museum.
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Andrew Joyner, the acclaimed illustrator, completed the unfinished manuscript, taking his inspiration from original sketches by Seuss. They also report that other famous characters from the Seuss books will be present in the new story. Goldsmith said, "We had no finished art whatsoever, so there was no possibility that this could be a book that we published with Ted's own art".
Elisa Rubeck, Reading Teacher and event organizer, said teachers in each classroom nominated a "Seuss Star", who escorted the guest reader to the school's reading room for a special treat and Seuss-related items.
Dr. Seuss's March 2 birthday has become widely celebrated as "Read Across America Day" at schools across the nation - and Mancos joined in on Thursday. It also covers the author's love of modern art, along with information about artists represented in the book and the creative process of Joyner. The author has penned and illustrated dozens of children's books that are still enjoyed by kids of all ages to this day. "We happily expect that many children will be asking, 'What do YOU see?' after sitting with this latest creation by Dr. Seuss".