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The Lorax by Dr. Seuss
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Apr 07, 2012

it was amazing
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Dr. Seuss's The Lorax is a fantastic story by one of the most lovable, creative children's books authors and that was why I give this book a 5 star. Of course, the book interacts for children to enhance and increase their vocabulary by rhymes and colorful illustrations. The Lorax "speaks for the trees" and tries to save the Truffula trees from the greedy Once-ler. The Lorax is protecting the trees and all the creatures that create any inhabited around themselves as their homes.
The story clearly illustrates the themes of love, and respect for the land. The author gets the reader's attention in the beginning of the story by stating the future and then narrating back to the past. Dr. Seuss approaches the subject creating the methods of the environmental movernment to the resources from the land. This story creates a message for the readers of a a simple but powerful statement about the world in which we lives.

This book is for children through grades of k-g through fourth grade because of the choice of wording for children.
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