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Rosalyn Hoffman: Unexpected Lessons Learned From 'The Lorax'

On Read Across America day, we need to remember that in addition to teaching our children to love reading, we also need to teach them HOW to read to between the lines in order to understand what the slick market makers and product placers are selling them.
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