"We know you can't pronounce the words in that Harry Potter book, so we're gonna let you read Cat in The Hat," 50 generously offered.
Well, this is it, Naxxramas is over. We've had five awesome weeks of new content in Hearthstone [Free (HD)]. In the words of Dr. Seuss, "Don't cry because it's over, smile because it happened." That might be a little over-dramatic. Anyway, this last part of Naxx is super cool, and continues to totally nail the
As writers who receive piles of rejection letters, it only seems fair that, from time to time, we be given an opportunity to return the favor. There are many books I’d love to reject (here’s my #1 choice), if only for the satisfaction of releasing some pent up frustration and envy. Show More Summary
"Oh, the places you'll go" and things you'll see this September at the exciting Hats Off to Dr. Seuss! exhibit at Water Tower Place. As part of the national touring exhibition of the famous author's collections, attendees will be...
New England's most beloved brew has shared time in the spotlight with Jaws, the Red Sox, and Dr. Seuss, just to name a few. Depending on where you live, Narragansett is either a household name, or one you've never heard of. It's a New...Show More Summary
• YA books that were turned into movies. – HLN TV • 15 celebrity-inspired ice cream flavors. – Your Tango • 4 lost Dr. Seuss stories coming out. – The Frisky • Sex and the City expectations vs. reality. – Bustle • 10 ridiculous … More...Show More Summary
Add this to the list of incredible things you didn’t know you needed until now. At Quartz, Jenni Avins reads through a selection of hand-typed book reviews, found in the NYPL’s archives, in which librarians tear apart children’s books they find objectionable. Sample quote, from a review of Green Eggs and Ham: “There must be […]
Horton heard a Who—and his ears might be ringing right now with the news that he’s about to make a comeback. Random House is republishing four Dr. Seuss stories on Sept. 9 that haven’t been seen since the 1950s, when they first made their appearance in Redbook magazine. Read more on Newser…
It’s a testament to how great Dr. Seuss’ books are that people still enjoy reading them even after all of the terrible movies they’ve been made into. Sure, the old animated ones are pretty good, but nobody ever needed to see The Lorax shilling for Mazda or IHOP. Show More Summary
“How did it get so late so soon? It’s night before it’s afternoon. December is here before it’s June. My goodness how the time has flewn. How did it get so late so soon?” - Dr. Seuss
(Image: Bill Mudron) Theodor Geisel did not live long enough to illustrate everything, which is a shame. If only he had been around to animate Star Wars, Doctor Who, and Breaking Bad, we could live in a Seussian world of entertainment. Show More Summary
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We here at The Mary Seuss Sue are huge fans of the good Doctor (in fact, he may be our second-favorite doctor ever). In his honor, Dorkly has combed the recesses of the Internet for the 30 best Dr.Seuss mashups--you can check out the full list right here.
Theodor Geisel’s golden years were the 1950s, when he published Horton Hears a Who! (1955), The Cat in the Hat (1957), and How
Oh, the places Bill Maher just went. The host of HBO’s “Real Time” took on the border crisis and Tea Party Republicans with an epic Dr. Seuss parody on Friday night. During his “New Rules” segment, Maher gave the author’s classic story,...Show More Summary
How did it get so late so soon? It’s night before it’s afternoon. December is here before it’s June My goodness how the time has flewn. How did it get so late so soon? ~ Dr. Seuss Sending your son...
She's Judge Judy with a dash of Dr. Seuss: Clackamas County Circuit Judge Susie Norby decided to start spitting out rhymes before convicting an Oregon man of stealing a $2,000 bulldog puppy at gunpoint. JaJuane Deshawn Etheridge, 24, was found guilty Monday of robbery, theft, unlawful use of a firearm, and being a felon in possession of a firearm. Show More Summary
If you were ever a grade schooler in desperate need of clever rhymes and you had finally graduated to the point where you were just a hair too mature for the wacky words of a one Dr. Seuss, your grubby little hands likely reached for...Show More Summary
Rebekah McCloud UCF Forum columnist I recently took a ride on the new SunRail. I was among the throng onboard for a free ride and to see, as Dr. Seuss would say, "Oh, the places I could go." When I entered the overstuffed car, a young woman immediately stood up and said to me, "Here, Momma, take my seat." And I did. Show More Summary
The Jaguars agreed, with Marqise Lee, and then there were three. Man, I totally feel like Dr. Seuss right now. The news that sparked the rhyme came from Ryan O’Halloran of the Florida Times-Union, who said that the Jaguars second-round pick had agreed to terms and would sign his deal when he returns to Jacksonville…