Tag Archives: Dr. Seuss

30 Jul

What a treat! This new book can’t be beat!  How lucky Dr. Seuss’ widow and his longtime assistant found the manuscript and shared with us. Written over fifty years ago, this book is as timely today as if it was just written. Theodor Seuss Geisel, (Dr. Seuss) was an animal lover and his love shines brightly in this wonderful story. I’ve been so excited waiting for the book’s release. What anticipation- what treasures would I find? Would this one be…..

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13 Apr

 A guest post this week from my Twitter friend Beth Foraker (@InclusionChick)! Enjoy! —- “You may have tangible wealth untold; Caskets of jewels and coffers of gold. Richer than I you can never be — I had a Mother who read to me.” –Strickland Gillilan I grew up with a mom who read to me. She would read magazines out loud to us on long car rides…and we would all groan…and complain and pretend we didn’t want to listen… but the…..

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 A Seussitastical Celebration—Save the Date!
16 Feb

  Two of my grandkids have Valentine’s birthdays; we’re getting ready in Eugene for an old-fashioned at-home toddleriffic four-years-old party. But there is a really big, Seussitastical birthday celebration coming up and we need to start getting ready for that, too! March 2, the National Education Association’s annual Read Across America Day, honors Dr. Seuss each year on his birthday. I love classic Dr. Seuss books! Each one is filled with colorful, creative, magical, really cool characters. The fabulous illustrations are exciting for children and stimulate interesting conversation and writing……

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