Dr. Seuss Enterprises and Random House Children’s Books announced Wednesday that they will be launching Seuss Studios to bring new “Dr.Seuss” inspired stories with a more diverse take.

Suess Studios will be written by “an inclusive community of authors and illustrators to create books for all young readers and families that capture Dr. Seuss’s hallmark spirit of creativity and imagination,” a press release said. The new books will also include unpublished illustrations from Theodor Seuss Geisel, also known as “Dr. Seuss.”

“We look forward to putting the spotlight on a new generation of talent who we know will bring their unique voices and style to the page, while also drawing inspiration from the creativity and imagination of Dr. Seuss,” said Susan Brandt, President and CEO of Dr. Seuss Enterprises in the release.

Geisel died on Sept. 24, 1991, and the announcement was made on what would have been his 118th birthday. Dr. Seuss Enterprises was established by his widow, Audrey Geisel, who died in 2017.

The move comes a year after Dr. Seuss Enterprises made a decision to no longer publish children’s books that were deemed as containing racist material and pictures. “Mulberry Street,” the first children’s book Geisel published under Dr. Seuss and one of the books pulled, contained a controversial illustration of an Asian man holding chopsticks and a bowl of rice with text that said, “A Chinese man who eats with sticks.”