The LoraxBook - 1971
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SPL_Childrens Feb 26, 2018
Surely not! "The Lorax" ... banned?? Yes - because it portrayed the logging industry in a negative way! (Other challenged Dr. Seuss books include "Hop on Pop" and "If I Ran the Zoo".)
SPL_Shauna Feb 10, 2016
This book made me a hippie, and I'll love it forever for doing so.
SPL_Childrens Feb 27, 2013
Few names have become as familiar to children and parents as that of the beloved author/illustrator, Dr. Seuss. From his first book, And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street ( published in 1937) to his last, Oh, The Places You’ll Go!, published 50 years later, Theodor Seuss Geisel’s pictur... Read More »
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