When it comes to teaching kids morals, nobody has has ever done it with such subtlety and imagination as Dr. Seuss. Ever since the 1950’s, his books have been teaching kids valuable lessons, such as the importance of environmental awareness in industrialized society (The Lorax), why racism is stupid (The Sneetches), and the psychological implications of holiday-motivated materialism (How the Grinch Stole Christmas). Lucky for us, Random House publishing has taken Seuss’s teachings to the web, and developed a wonderfully interactive site for kids to explore. With links to videos, games, and Seuss’ classic books, this site ranks among the best we’ve encountered for younger children.
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