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Flashback Review: The Cat In The Hat

How do we adapt a film based on a children’s book? We look back at a specific book to study the lore/mythos by collaborating with a team of several writers and producers to see what needs to be added to extend the story in order to properly construct a Three Act Structure required for a full length featured film. 879 more words


Good fun that is funny: Carnival Horizon to have Dr. Seuss water park

Dr. Seuss water park

Carnival Cruise Line said the upcoming Carnival Horizon will be the first to have a Dr. Seuss-themed water park and slides. 223 more words

Carnival Cruise Line

Cluttered memories

I have been thinking a lot about “clutter” over the last months.

Partly because of the number of times Ninesh has had to pull important documents out of the recycling bin: cheques, passport applications, insurance documents, all enthusiastically binned by me in my constant desire to keep our house free from unnecessary “stuff”. 775 more words

The Cat in the Hat and Consent

One of the reasons I love being a parent is getting to revisit children’s literature and discover the newest stories. Although I knew about Dr Seuss, I realized that I hadn’t actually read many of his books. 179 more words


Pawsitively Tuesday - Succeed OR Fail

In my opinion, one of the most “damaging” things we can tell our children, or ourselves for that matter, is that if we set our mind to it and have the perseverance we can do anything, accomplish anything, be anything.   96 more words

Emotional Health

Thing One Turns One! | A Dr. Seuss Inspired Birthday Party

Disclaimer: Items in this post were gifted for promotion. All thoughts and opinions are mine and mine alone! Also I just wanted to say a HUGE thank you to all the people at all the shops who helped make my monkey’s first birthday a memorable one! 1,191 more words

Why Reboots Suck? - Caleb Daly

Movies based on established properties are bad, no doubt about it. Why are they bad, well that’s hard to understand. The biggest problem is that the film companies lose what made the original great. 440 more words