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Check out this short story of 'Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas', told by using GIFs!
If it takes you a little while to warm up to the Christmas season, then "Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas" may be your holiday spirit movie. But there are two film versions of the classic story, and two camps when it comes to which one is the best. Show More Summary
Oceanhouse Media has been putting out digital versions of Dr. Seuss apps for the past few years. Now the company has built the ultimate app for fans of the children’s book author: the Dr. Seuss Treasury, the entire classic Dr. Seuss book collection in one app. The app includes 55 digital books. Show More Summary
(Video Link) Some people on the internet are referring to this amazing object as a Thneed--a multi-purpose object that everyone needs in Dr. Seuss's The Lorax. The salesperson is a great performer, showing how the scarf can be transformed instantly into several different garments, including a skirt, a wrap, and several different types of shirts. Show More Summary
Does anyone love drinking whiskey more than Nick Offerman? Probably not. He would like to drink whiskey while playing guitar, while crafting with wood, while riding a horse — it's practically an alcoholic's Dr. Seuss book! We're sure someone would be willing to give up their arm for Nick Offerman's... More »
So much TV to watch this holiday season, so little time! Oh, wait, actually you should have lots of time in between celebrating to enjoy the best specials airing in the next few weeks. We've mapped out each one - from Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas to the boys of One Direction.
When I thought of other children?s authors with local ties ? Eric Carle, Richard Scarry, Dr. Seuss ? the classic had to be Robert McCloskey?s Caldecott Award-winning picture book, Make Way for the Ducklings.
Before Dr. Seuss was a children’s book author, he was Theodor Seuss Geisel, advertising illustrator. His early advertising work features his characteristic drawings and some early versions of his characters, too, including The Cat in the Hat and Horton the Elephant.
Nikki Peele didn’t have ambitious plans when she bought aluminum pans for her Thanksgiving yams. Okay, yes, we exploited that opportunity to rhyme. But this is no Dr. Seuss story. It’s more along the lines of a cautionary tale: “The dangers of holiday cooking.” It turns out that America’s favorite Thursday is full of numerous unforeseen […]
Most of us know about Dr. Seuss the author, but a new exhibit in San Diego showcases Seuss the artist.
Whatdidyoudoforyourlastbirthday?Aquietmealatanicerestaurant?Agettogetherwithsomeofyourclosestfriends?Well,MileyCyruscelebratedhertwenty-secondbirthdaythispastweekend,andiftheensuingtreasuretroveofInstagramphotosareanyindication,MileShow More Summary
Cindy Lou Who'd believe it? The Grinch got his union card! I don't mean that Shuler Hensley, who plays the verdant old meanie on the road, is the newest member of Actors' Equity Association. Au contraire. Hensley has more Broadway credits than the Whos have Roast Beast, including a Tony...
Tor Constantino marks the anniversary of his vasectomy with a pithy poem in the tradition of Dr. Seuss---to be clear, Dr. Seuss did NOT perform the vasectomy. The post Once Upon a Vasectomy … appeared first on The Good Men Project.
For this week's Vine challenge, turn your favorite childhood books into scary stories. Transform Dr. Seuss into Dr. Hannibal Lecter and Curious George into Monkey Shines. Or, make The Very Hungry Caterpillar a very vicious monster and Junie B. Show More Summary
Anderson Layman's Blog is on a Dr. Seuss kick today, as can be seen here. And that's only one post. Go to his blog today and you find a slew of Seuss-related items. I can recall the great pleasure of discovering the Dr. Seuss books when I was a child and years later reading them to my children. Which one was your favorite? Mine was "If I Ran the Zoo."
Texas-based art duo Nikolai and Simon Haas, The Hass Brothers, are twin brothers who create playful pieces of plump and furry furniture and other home furnishings that look like they went hunting in Dr. Seuss books for both inspiration...Show More Summary
The mysterious secret society, how quick is it growing? Fast enough that every artist you love joined without you knowing.
Meet Deinocheirus mirificus (literally: unusual, horrible hand), a recently described dinosaur that some paleontologists are calling the weirdest ever seen. Admittedly, it does look like something out of a Dr. Seuss book. For the record though, I'd still hit it. Show More Summary
…”Life’s a Great Balancing Act.” – Dr. Seuss I was asked to write a story as a guest columnist, for a local women’s magazine, about Public Service Commissioner Julie Fedorchak. The theme of that particular issue was “Be Smart.” It was an easy segue for me to introduce Julie…because, well, she is smart. So I...