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tag: dr. seuss

The Once-ler

By: Monica Wilcox At the end of the block where the Cinema lights glow and the wind smells greasy and gassy when it blows and no birds dare to fly excepting old crows… is the Street of the Migh…

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Why I Won’t See the Lorax Movie

To be clear, this is not a movie review, as I have yet, and probably will not likely, see the new 3D movie adaptation of the Dr. Seuss classic, The Lorax. The movie was released at the beginning of th…

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5 Powerful Eco-Friendly Children’s Books

  By Ronnie Citron-Fink, Moms Clean Air Force Numerous studies inform us that reading to our children stimulates their imaginations, expands vocabulary, develops analytical and logical thin…

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Who Speaks for the Trees?

  In 1971, Dr. Seuss introduced children to resource management and environmental degradation. Well, of course, he didn’t use big boring words like that. Instead, he spun an entrancing tale, t…

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Lit Crit: Mouse Cookies and the Uninvited Animal Visitor

The conspicuous absence of parents in much of children's literature is a point of curiosity, and for many it is a point of alarm. Most people see this absence as a relatively healthy way of fostering …

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Lit Crit: The Lorax

As I did with previous texts like The Runaway Bunny and The Giving Tree, I am taking a stab at one of the most revered children's book heroes of all time, Theodor Seuss Geisel, otherwise known as Dr. …

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I agree with Sue H. Links to each would have been nice.

No, she doesn't have a trunk - but makes it obvious that she also doesn't have any affection to sh…