Imagine That!: How Dr. Seuss Wrote The Cat In The Hat is a piece of Children's Literature written Judy Sierra and illustrated by Kevin Hawkes. It's a Short Story Biography that tells how Dr. Seuss came to write his most famous book The Cat in the Hat. It was first published in 2017.
This book provides examples of:
- Affectionate Nickname: It's stated that Dr. Seuess's friends call him Ted.
- Nice Hat: Dr. Seuss likes to wear hats as he works and he has quite the collection, see Putting On My Thinking Cap below for more information.
- Only Known by Their Nickname: Enforced, Dr. Seuess's real name Theodor Seuss Geisel is never mentioned. His nickname Ted is as mentioned above.
- Putting On My Thinking Cap: Literally, when Dr. Seuss is having a hard time writing he puts on a hat
- Shout-Out: Unsurprisingly for a Biography many of Dr. Seuss's other works are mentioned and seen in the book like Horton Hears a Who!, If I Ran the Zoo, Green Eggs and Ham and many more.