11 terrifying lessons we learned from Dr. Seuss books
March 2, 2016 - Uncategorized
Warning: If you want to learn how to navigate the world, do NOT read Dr. Seuss.
Ever since his 1937 children’s book debut with And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street, Dr. Seuss has been enchanting kid and adult readers alike. And on the surface, what’s not to love?! Seuss’s books feature fun rhymes, colorful art and unexpected plot twists.
But when you stop to think about what each story is about — a maniacal feline home invader, a recluse cave-dweller who hates joy, a tiny planet in danger of being destroyed — things get a lot more sinister. These are the books we give children during their formative years. Read more…