It isn’t a fox with a box wearing green socks.
But what is?
With my 14yo we read “Hop On Pop”. EVERY NIGHT. Sometimes three times a night.
With the 10yo it was “Are You My mother?” EVERY NIGHT. Sometime she still reads it.
My 8yo was enraptured to see the story she’d been read come alive on screen with “Horton Hears A Who.”
You have a chance to share in this piece of precious with “The Lorax” that comes out on March 2.
There is certain childhood memories that never get old. They never fade. They remain timelessly wonderful.
Dr. Seuss is one of those thing.
I loved him when I was a kid.
My kids love him.
Their kids will love him.
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Orange 1 of 11Did you know there is no word in the English language that rhymes with "orange"? Dr. Seuss could come up with one and we'd like IT.
image-16 2 of 11Before Dr. Seuss was a kids' cartoonist, he was a political cartoonist.
image-17 3 of 11"You know you're in love when you can't fall asleep because reality is finally better than your dreams." Best description EVER.
image-18 4 of 11There is no age too old or too young for Dr. Seuss. You can enjoy his brand of nonsense forever.
image-19 5 of 11Boy or girl, there is no gender to the joy you find between the pages of Seuss' books.
image-20 6 of 11Enjoy this little piece of magic March 2 at a theater near you.
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