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1980 Laura Ingalls Wilder Award recipient
Dr. Seuss was the pen name of Theodor Seuss Geisel. Geisel was commander of the Animation Department of the USAF during WWII. He was behind many propaganda films including one called “Our Job in Japan”. Even though the film was produced specifically as propaganda, this same movie was used after the war as a basis for the short feature “Design for Death”, a study of Japanese culture released in 1947 and winner of an Oscar for best Documentary.
The Laura Ingalls Wilder Award is a bronze medal prize that is presented annually to writers or illustrators of children’s literature. The prize was first awarded to author Laura Ingalls Wilder, in 1954, and was named in her honor.
Laura Ingalls Wilder was an author from Pepin, Wisconsin who is best remembered for her “Little House” series of children’s novels. The series was based on her own childhood in a pioneer family that moved from Wisconsin to Kansas and back again. Laura was blind from her teen years.
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