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Horton Hears a Who movie > Horton Hears a Who book
I mean there's no denying that the movie's too inappropriate and suggestive for a Dr. Seuss movie let alone a kid's movie but despite that there's still some fun stuff in it (i.e. Mike Myers trying to do his best Cat In The Hat performance and the movie having a very goofy and zany tone to it)
I always found it be a disgrace to the Grinch character considering that the movie was too cartoony and zany for a Dr. Seuss movie. Add to the fact that Jim Carrey wasn't the right actor to play the Grinch makes it an even bigger disgrace to Dr. Seuss.
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I have not read all Seuss's books, but of the ones I have read, my favorites are the ones with a "moral to the story" (i.e., The Lorax, Horton Hatches the Egg, Yertle the Turtle). I'm sorry to say I find The Cat in the Hat, or Mulberry Street to be boring.
So I'm wanting Christmas suggestions for my little ones... What are your favorites with a "moral to the story"?
what if it was green Eggs and hair?
So if Dr Seuss is canceled so is the Grinch Who Stole Christmas right?
the title says it, if you want the link to the story here it is pm me or comment if your interested. This is why I wrote it: so during last year between the BLM protests and the controversy over Dr.seuss I turned to my favorite story, the sneetches. I always loved the way he wrote a timeless allegory that was not only entertaining but entertaining for children. When reading it though I realized how it ends once everyone likes each other which is exactly the mind set that allows for systematic racism to continue. So I decided to channel my inner seuss and try to show how unfortunately it isn’t so clean cut. I use the issue of redlining to demonstrate the complexity of the issues that now face us.
I keep remembering this Dr. Seuss story of a boy and a girl who were born at their full grown height. But instead of being that size, they are age appropriate sized (child sized) and are just floating in the air. As they age, they “grow down.”
What book / story is this? I can’t find it and it is driving me crazy.
A few months ago they stopped printing a few Dr. Seuss books due to content in a few of the older titles now being considered politically incorrect or offensive. This really was a long time coming, and it was no surprise that the prices for these books were greatly inflated on eBay and such. But the prices still seem to be very high right now? Do we know when they may go back to normal, because obviously there are thousands of copies of these books and they should be very common to find.