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Foliage

One of the many things I love about living in Florida is discovering new things all the time! New restaurants, new roads, new cities, new people and random new tropical plants. 60 more words

Diary of a bookworm!

I’ve been a book worm ever since I can remember. I have always loved to read. Getting lost in a good story has kept me occupied for hours through the day and late into night. 158 more words

Green Eggs and Ham

Continuing my articles on easy readers, today’s post is dedicated to Dr Seuss.  His first constrained vocabulary book was The Cat in the Hat, which was released in 1957.  342 more words

Cottontail Rabbits are exposed to reading Spanish

Throughout the academic year, we find opportunities to read in Spanish at each grade level. From short phrases to enitre paragraphs, reading is one communicative skill that Willowwind students know how to do well. 205 more words

“Don’t cry because it’s over, smile because it happened.” – Dr. Seuss

Sure, smile because it happened. But what if it never happened? What if, for a brief second, you kissed the one you’ve loved for years, and everything was right in the world, then that person changed their mind?

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Fame is Misfortune

Lord Byron Keates Swift philosophers too
These folks sought wisdom like few of us do
Ayn Rand and Sartre and Plato and Seuss
They did their best to let all nonsense loose… 255 more words

Dr. Seuss: And To Think That I Saw It On Mulberry Street

So there I was seeing a lot of quotes from Dr. Seuss on pinterest (yes I have pinterest, weirdly enough it relaxes me), when I realized I have never read any of his books. 545 more words