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    consider The Grinch to be too childish; it is one of the best Christmas movies. Theodor Seuss Geisel was an American writer, cartoonist, animator, book publisher, and artist. He died on September 21st, 1991. Throughout his life he had many accomplishments. Out of all of the things he was good at, he was best at authoring children’s books under the name of Dr. Seuss. Before his death, Dr. Seuss sold over 600 million copies of several of the most popular children’s books of all time and all of the books were translated into more than 20 different languages. Although Dr. Seuss was best known for his children’s books, he also made many popular movies. His movies include How the Grinch Stole Christmas, The Lorax, The Cat in the Hat, and Horton Hears a Who. Three years after How the Grinch Stole Christmas was made they made The Cat in the Hat to show what else they could do and bring in new stories. Five years after The Cat in the Hat was made,…

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    Oh, The Places He Went Theodor Geisel wrote 44 different books in his lifetime. Although, you won’t see his name on any of them. Rather, you’ll see his pen name, Dr. Seuss. Many people know who Dr. Seuss is but not Theodor Geisel. They don’t know what Theodor Geisel was like as a person or what made him one of the most interesting writers in American history. Geisel’s biographical information and life experiences alone, give a taste of how interesting he was. Biographical information and life…

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    Horton Hears A Who Essay

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    In this book called Horton Hears A Who!, the main character is Horton the elephant. While he was splashing the pool, he heard a small speck was talking to him. He realized that there were people living on the small speck, which means the speck was a tiny planet. The community of the planet was called Whoville, while the Mayor of Whoville asked Horton to protect the planet from being destroyed and Horton agreed and promised that he won’t let them down. However, Sour kangaroo and the animals in…

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    Have you ever been accused of something you did not do like the Grinch. The who’s blamed him of destruction of the city. The grinch is not guilty. The grinch gaved all of the present back at the end. The grinch is not guilty of the charges brought against him, nor does he have poor characteristics. He is a caring person because of when he gave the presents back to the who’s. He gives the presents back because of how he felt when he stole the presents from the who's. When he stole the present…

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    The Lorax Response

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    The major conflict in the book is that the Once-ler is polluting the air, and he doesn't even seem to care about the long term effects, just making some money. Luckily, the last Truffula tree seed is given to a young child who can replant it. Dr. Seuss wanted everyone to know that you can make a difference and help stop world pollution and that we should all take care of the environment. See? Dr. Seuss is way more than just nonsense words & rhyming. Dr. Seuss had a real life experience with…

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    Have you ever read a Dr. Seuss book? You would automatically think that all of his books are childish and have no main purpose to them, right? Well, you may have not known this, but even if every single one of Theodor Geisel’s books may be meant for kids, deeply hidden in the childish text is a meaningful message. Seuss inscripts a deep message into his books because he wants to express his feelings during a specific part of his life in the form of children’s literature. Two of his books,…

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    What makes Theodor Seuss Geisel an interesting person? Geisel was an interesting person because he was writer, had crazy looking creatures, and unique individual. He had a good background, no conflicts and his crazy drawings made him famous. He was born Theodor Seuss Geisel on March 2,1904, in Springfield, Massachusetts. Theodor went on to graduated from Dartmouth college in 1925. He then studied at Lincoln college of Oxford University. After dropping out from Oxford, he traveled throughout…

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    Dr. Seuss Speech

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    Today you are you! That is truer than true! There is no one alive that is you-er than you! This is one of the truest quotes from the mouth of the beloved Dr. Seuss. We will look into the life of this renowned author of some of our favorite children’s books. Dr. Seuss, whose full name is Theodor Seuss Geisel, was born in Springfield Massachusetts to his parents Henrietta and Theodor Geisel on March 2 1904. He went to Dartmouth College and graduated the year of 1925. While enrolled there, he…

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    legal in cases where the mother’s life is in danger. To determine whether or not abortion should be legal, you must first decide the point at which a fetus is considered alive. I and many others believe that life begins at the moment of conception. A professor of pediatrics and obstetrics at the University of Pennsylvania, Dr. Alfred M. Bongiovanni, agrees, adding, “I submit that human life is present throughout this entire sequence from conception to adulthood and that any interruption at…

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    are considered wrong or insane, but to believe even more- making sure one’s will and belief in oneself is unbreakable. In the movie, Wall-E, and the book, Horton Hears A Who, both protagonists meet such characters who belittle their beliefs and ideologies. The movie, Wall-E, directed by Andrew Stanton, and the book, Horton Hears A Who, written by Dr. Seuss both portray how the individuals set out to protect and express their ideologies, stumble upon obstacles and face hardships. However, through…

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