Sean Payton is the Dr. Seuss of the NFL. Offensive guards are typically not high-profile players, so you may have never heard of Larry Warford. The Saints signed the former Lions guard as a free agent this offseason, because WarfordShow More Summary
The Cat in the Make America Great Again Hat.
Atlanta State Park posted photos of a wool sower gall on Facebook, and people freaked out.
The dark red polka-dotted fuzzy plant looked like one of the Lorax's beloved Truffula trees
I grew up reading the wondrous word fusions from the mind of Dr. Seuss. I was weaned on Green Eggs and Ham, learned mischief from The Cat in the Hat, and cheered as an environmental advocate who still speaks for the trees when reading The […]
“You have to be odd to be Number 1” – Dr. Seuss. What makes your business different from the competition? This question is one to constantly think about. Being different, or being odd as Dr. Seuss writes, is just another way of reminding you to help your customers identify your business and your business niche. […]
Did You Know Dr. Seuss Was Racist AF? For all his nursery rhymes and motivational books, Dr. Seuss has a serious history of racism against African and Asian people. So when their South Pasadena elementary school announced plans to celebrate
1. So be sure when you step, step with care and great tact. And remember that life is A Great Balancing Act. – Dr. Seuss 2. Think left and think right and think low and think high. Oh, the things you can think up if only you try! – Dr. Seuss 3. You’ll miss the best things […]
A pair of siblings in Southern California used their school’s “Dr. Seuss Week” celebration as an opportunity to educate their fellow students on the author’s problematic past. Last week, a South Pasadena elementary school celebrated “Dr. Show More Summary
I have a funny memento of the Snap, Inc., C.E.O., Evan Spiegel: a six-inch-high bright-pink-tufted truffula tree—you know, the precious resource exploited to near-extinction by the Once-ler in Dr. Seuss’s environmental catastrophe parable “The Lorax”—which sits on the shelf in my son’s room. Show More Summary
Melania Trump is acting like a First Lady!! To mark National Reading Month, FLOTUS read to a group of sick children in the paediatrics ward of New York Presbyterian Hospital. And in honor of Dr. Seuss day on Thursday, Donald Trump's wife read them one of her favorite books, Oh, The Places You'll Go! Photo: Melania Spends $10K [...]
Melania read the classic book to children at a city hospital.
Honoring Dr. Seuss’ Birthday on World Book Day
To celebrate National Read Across America Day, Mrs. Trump visited a hospital pediatric wing and read “Oh, the Places You’ll Go!”
Theodor Seuss Geisel, popularly known as Dr. Seuss, was born on March 2, 1904.
It takes a truly gifted author to write verse as magical as the works of Dr. Seuss.