"I speak for the trees. Let them grow. Let them grow.It is no real surprise then that b is an environmentalist.
But nobody listens too much, don't you know."
The Seuss story that got me was this one, as it aptly displays the insanity of racism and prejudice with an added bonus of poking fun at capitalism. And all these years later, social justice and equality are still my burning issues. I love the trees and I'm 100% behind the green movement, but ultimately it is people who do it for me. My other favorite Seuss as a youngin' was Horton Hears A Who, cause
"a person is a person, no matter how small."Which Dr. Seuss story speaks to you and why?