Way back when Theodore Seuss Geisel wrote a zany rhyming book for children, I wonder if he realized that he’d be so successful with the series that future authors would attempt to imitate him.
I mean, imagine imitating green eggs and ham. Or a cat in a hat. Or a fox in socks. It’s kind of ridiculous, wouldn’t you say? Still, for years, wannabe Dr. Seusses congregated in coffee houses, libraries and living rooms trying to mimic the flavor of the venerable Dr. Seuss. Continue reading