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Tag Archives: Dr. Seuss
This past Saturday evening, I visited a local art galley (Saper Galleries in East Lansing) to view their display of artwork by Dr. Seuss. I have enjoyed his books since childhood, but had never seen framed proofs and final images on … Continue reading
I went to see The Lorax last night. I have always loved reading books by Dr. Seuss and the fact that yesterday would have been his 108th birthday made it even more special. Add on top of that Fox News’ seal of … Continue reading
I always enjoyed reading Dr. Seuss books as a kid, but never realized how much social and political commentary was included in a number of his children’s stories until years later. My personal favorites are Yertle the Turtle and Other … Continue reading
This cartoon pretty much sums up the important of empathy, love, peace, and understanding. Dr. Seuss was a genius. Perhaps, reading his books should be a pre-requisite for running for political office.