I grew up on a diet of books by the master rhymer, Dr. Seuss. I devoured Green Eggs and Ham, the Sneetches and that crazy cat on the loose. As a teacher for 20 years, I did lots of rug read alouds. Rhyme sure does please the little listener crowds. Show More Summary
And she of course has the costumes and wigs to go with it. More » These Impressions of Celebrities Reading Dr. Seuss Will Make Your Day is a post from Crushable - Entertainment, Hot Guys, Movies and Celebrity News.
I have always related to myself as a storyteller. Even as a child. I used to dream about being Dr. Seuss and that dream became a reality when I won awards for early childhood curriculum I wrote: puppet plays, songs and activities that stimulated the brains and lives of children under the age of six. Show More Summary
Way back in 1961, Theodore and Audrey Geisel (Dr. and Mrs. Seuss) penned a tale of two Zax--one going North and one going South--who met upon the prairie of Prax. It would be a good bet, I think, to assume most anyone over 50 remembers...Show More Summary
(Cat in the Hat Laplander Hat now on sale) On Ask Reddit, redditor monkeyshins asks "If Dr. Suess wrote the bible, what would be your favorite passage of scripture?" What followed were wonderfully funny paraphrases of well-known Bible verses in Dr. Show More Summary
On Wednesday, Reddit user monkey_shins posed this question in r/AskReddit: "If Dr. Seuss wrote the bible, what would be your favorite passage of scripture?"Shortly afterwards, a roaring sound pierced the ether as hundreds of erstwhile blasphemers cracked their knuckles for an attempt at heretical glory.
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In Theodor Geisel’s popular children’s tale The Lorax, the Once-ler uses fanciful logging machines to swiftly chop down the fictional truffula trees. Dr. Seuss might as well have thought of the kind of monstrous tree crushers the U.S. Army had used to level forests in Vietnam. In 1968, the Army leased two...
Cannibal Capers Art often imitates life—and animation is no exception. While today's Disney films like Frozen and Big Hero 6 seem harmless enough, the company's history is littered with everything from horrifying depictions of African...Show More Summary
One of my favorite Dr. Seuss books is a story about an elephant named Horton who hears a speck of dust calling to him, a speck that turns out to be a tiny imperiled planet with a town called Whoville. The mayor of Whoville implores Horton...Show More Summary
“Green Eggs and Ham” has never been so melodramatic. In this video, be prepared to be taken on an emotional roller coaster ride as actor Ray Stevenson passionately recites the Dr. Seuss classic, going from enraged to creepy to effusively grateful in under two minutes. Show More Summary
TACKLING THE IMPORTANT ISSUES: Here’s a PHENOMENAL Way to Explain Donald Trump to Your Kids…Dr. Seuss Style.
There are so many kinds of jeans, that Dr. Seuss himself would have no trouble filling a book called New Jeans, Old Jeans, White Jeans, Blue Jeans. And on the page where he mentions “frayed-hem mayhem,” you’d find a photo of a furry Seussian character throwing a pair of blue jeans into a blender in a desperate attempt to be more fashionable than everyone else. Read more...
When I was in junior high school I excelled in literature and math. You know -- fractions, algebraic equations, and Venn diagrams. Economics, not so much. Too many theories, too abstract. It wasn't concrete like Given: and To Prove. Show More Summary
Elderly woman: Come on now, we're disemboating…Sassy son: “Disemboating”? How about “disembarking”? What are they teaching you at the home, English for Americans? –Ferry to Governors Island Overheard by: Loves to Disemboat and her colleague, Chronic Disemboater
Nothing excites the public imagination more than the discovery of buried treasure from popular culture. Witness the runaway success this summer of newly exhumed “lost” books by Dr. Seuss and To Kill a Mockingbird [...] The post 5 movies you may never see appeared first on The Moderate Voice.
‘Today is your day!’ This morning we shared Dannelle and Stephen’s beautiful wedding on the blog. And we couldn’t help but prick our ears up when Dannelle said her favourite moment of the day was when her son, Finn, read an excerpt from Dr. Seuss’ ‘Oh, the Places You’ll Go’ during their wedding ceremony. There […]
From the patriotic number that Uncle Sam sports to the titular topper in Dr. Seuss’ 'The Cat in the Hat,' top hats showcase personality and style—and their history is just as colorful as the people who wear them.
Today's comic by Ruben Bolling is Dr. Seuss's old shopping list… now a new book!: These Daily Kos community posts were the most shared on Facebook August 19: The Biggest Scandal in US History That We're Still Not Talking About, by mtosner Bwahahaha!...Show More Summary
A new Dr. Seuss manuscript has been discovered “stuffed in a 1962 issue of TV Guide.” Ruben Bolling (of Tom the Dancing Bug) has What Pie Should I Buy?, a story based on the author’s shopping list, at Boing Boing.