The New York Times Book Review features Dr. Seuss in an article titled "The Children's Authors Who Broke the Rules"
September 26, 2011
New York Times columnist, Pamela Paul, writes "The stylistic eccentricities of Maurice Sendak, Shel Silverstein and Theodor Geisel, a k a Dr. Seuss, are so much a part of the childhood vernacular today that it’s hard to imagine their books were once considered by some to be wholly inappropriate for children. . .