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The Lorax


Bette A. Stevens:

Have you read with a child lately?  THE LORAX by Dr. Seuss is the perfect way to celebrate. Happy Arbor Day! ~ Bette A. Stevens

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Originally posted on momeefriendsli:

He speaks for the trees… and with Arbor Day this Friday ( April 26th) its just what you should read!

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and this is a book by Dr. Seuss so it will definitely be sure to please

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Bette A. Stevens:

Dr. Seuss's Birthday Celebration

Dr. Seuss’s Birthday Celebration (Photo credit: Kennedy Library)

GREAT Dr. Seuss-ian Mishmash! Read, remember. CHALLENGE: Have fun reading this to a child today!

Originally posted on 20 Lines A Day:

I loved this challenge (thank you, Anne), and am going to try it again. This time I’m going to try to incorporate some titles of Dr. Seuss books. We’ll see how it goes…

A Seuss Mishmash

The boy went outside after toast and grape jam,

that boy who refused to eat Green Eggs and Ham.

He saw little Bart Cubbins, the Grinch shooting skeet,

“And to think that I saw them on Mulberry Street,

he said to himself. “Oh my goodness, the Blue Fish                                  

and Red Fish jumped up with a swish.”

He wandered along until….BOOM, a strange fox

jumped in front of him, argyle socks

on all four of its feet. “The Cat in the Hat

can certainly remedy something like that,”

said the boy, who was lost now in

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