From my quote journal.Don't cry because it's over, smile because it happened. Dr. Seuss
By Daniel Sckolnik: " So be sure when you step. Step with care and great tact. And remember that Life's a great balancing act." -- Dr. Seuss The market has gone back to its Bullish ways, resuming the upward trajectory that has been effectively going on for most of the year, as represented by the 13% gain to date of the S&P 500 Index (SPX). Show More Summary
When President Obama recently declared the importance of early childhood education and literacy, he pointed to strategies that many advocates, researchers and parents have believed in for years: Investing in children during their younger years will better help them succeed in school and life.
Without a doubt, Red Pandas were already winning at life. Acting all cute. Looking like an awesome fox-raccoon hybrid Dr. Seuss critter. Not overhyped like their giant panda brethren. Inspiring the web browser known as Firefox. TheyShow More Summary
Dr. Seuss; who doesn't love a rhyming philosopher? What I bet you didn't know is that his wisdom is as easily translated into how to be a good doula! So, I give you, Doula Seuss - lessons to doula by, from Dr. Seuss! Optimism You wouldn't believe how many times I have said similar things to the women I work with. Show More Summary
My illustrated interpretation of the story of McElligot’s Pool, written by Dr. Seuss. It tells the story of a boy...
The gorgeously illustrated book Salsa Invertebraxa, by Paul "Mozchops" Phippen, is like nothing you've ever seen before. Written in crazy, Dr. Seuss-style rhyme, it's the half-fantasy, half-hard science story of a jungle full of insects who will do anything to survive. Including go to war. Read more...
What do you get when you take the covers of beloved Dr. Seuss books and combine them with literary and film horror classics? The answer is, some creatively cool art by Australian artist DrFaustusAU. A few of the covers actually evolved into Seussian re-tellings (for beginning readers) of H.P. Show More Summary
Selena Gomez was slated to perform her new single, "Come & Get It," at the 2013 MTV Movie Awards. But she kicked things off a...
Brizzy Voices did a stellar job of reciting Dr. Seuss’ Oh, The Places You’ll Go! by Dr. Sesuss, in 68 different English accents. Though some of the voices don’t sound any different, but it’s still no mean feat. Give the girl a hand! - Via Blame it On The Voices.
Voice actress Brizzy performs the Dr. Seuss classic Oh, The Places You’ll Go! in 68 different accents. While some of the variants are pretty subtle, and they’re not 100% accurate, her Jamaican and Vietnamese cracked us up. Hat Tip L...
Dr. Seuss' acclaimed book "Oh, The Places You'll Go" is an inspiration, encouraging us all to chase our dreams, pursue our goals and never be afraid to fall. But is the story just as inspirational all over the world as it is to children...Show More Summary
The Dr. Seuss Short Stories collection includes eight interactive, narrated tales from various books. (Credit: Oceanhouse Media) Every parent knows (or should know) the importance of reading to their kids. And when it comes to stories adults and toddlers alike can enjoy, it's hard to beat Dr. Show More Summary
Animal Avengers; Dr. Seuss Read in 68 Different Accents; 'Stand By Me' Tribute Art; a nostalgic moment with Link from Zelda; How Batman's parents COULD'VE died and more!
Dr Seuss? Oh The Places You?ll Go is a fun book to read. It zigs and zags and weaves through the English language in typical Seuss fashion with a kind of slapdash and exciting momentum. Apparently, however, when it?s read with accents, it?s somehow even better.
Brizzy, an NYC-based screen and voice actress, reads Oh, The Places You’ll Go! by Dr. Seuss in 68 different accents. Previously we posted about Brizzy doing voice impressions of all 151 Pokemon characters. via Viral Viral Videos
Australian artist DrFaustusAU has taken the classic Dr. Seuss style and mixed in some classic horror, resulting in a frightfully faithful way to introduce your kids to scary stuff. What started as imaginary covers soon turned into full-blown retellings of classic H.P. Show More Summary
We’ve pointed you towards the ingenious work of Dr. Seuss-loving artist … Read More
DeviantArtist DrFaustusAU has done many a Dr. Seuss-style covers for such non-Seussical works as H.P. Lovecraft, Silent Hll and more (as we've shown you). But, while awesome, none of them approach the glory of this cover for Dr. Seuss' The Evil Dead Are in my Shed! Now all I want to do for the rest of the day is Seuss-ify Army of Darkness quotes. Read more...
Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. And by looking into Dr. Faustus work, you can easily tell he’s a great fan. So great that he created a series of interesting mashups for current entertainment and gaming icons and trasported them into the world of Dr. Suess. Welcome Pyramid Head from Silent Hill, Ash Williams(...)