2 thoughts on “DR.SEUSS

  1. Dr. Seuss wasn’t really well known when I was a lad, but I loved Nathaniel Hawthorne’s Tanglewood Tales. I remember a huge poster on the classroom wall of the abduction of Persephone by Hades, on a chariot. Unusual for a junior school, I know, but the memory is still vivid.
    Any road up, thanks for your post Janis,
    Lots love.

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    1. Hi Andrew…Thank you so much for taking your time to comment…Dr. Seuss is such a favorite of young children still…My daughter learned to read, as many do reading his rhymes and word plays…Blessings and take care…
      I am off this week…Spring Break!!!

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