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How did Dr. Seuss' writing impact society?

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Jamie Vergara

on 18 December 2012

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Transcript of How did Dr. Seuss' writing impact society?

How did Dr. Seuss' writing impact
society? The Lorax Oh, The Places You'll Go Seuss' Life - Taught a moral lesson that Seuss wanted to show people they need to treat the environment
better
- Seuss criticized wasteful behavior
- Wanted to make people aware of environmental questions
- Effected society with “The Clear Air Act” and “The Environmental Protection Act”
- Major motion picture in March 2012 with the main voices Danny Devito, Zac Efron, and Taylor Swift The Cat In The Hat Moral Story: Just obey those who have authority. If the kids in the book have listened to their mother, the mess probably would not have been caused in the first place. - Inspires others to chase their dreams no matter where you are in life The Lorax - Grew up to love poetry
- Born on March 2, 1904 – Springfield, Massachusetts
- Attended Dartmouth College
- Drew advertisements for oil, lamps, cleaning supplies and bug spray
- Liked drawing government leaders Oh, The Thinks You Can Think - Published in 1975
- No one can control what you think or why you think it
- book contains many thought Horton Hears A Who Elephant protects tiny planet and people from danger
“A person is a person no matter how small.” –Horton Reference Bracket - The Lorax cover : isa-arbor.com
- Oh, The Thinks You Can Think cover : apples4theteacher.com
- Dr. Seuss picture : todayinliterature.com
- Oh, The Places You’ll Go Cover : barnesandnoble.com
- The Cat in the Hat cover : ew.com
- Oh, The Thinks You Can Think : teachingchildrenphilosophy.org
- Horton Hears a Who cover : earlymoments.com
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