Hardcover è The Lorax eBook Þ

Hardcover è The Lorax eBook Þ


The Lorax ❰Epub❯ ➞ The Lorax Author Dr. Seuss – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk UNLESS someone like youcares a whole awful lotnothing is going to get betterIt s not Long before saving the earth became a global concern, Dr Seuss, speaking through his character the Lorax, warned ag UNLESS someone like youcares a whole awful lotnothing is going to get betterIt s not Long before saving the earth became a global concern, Dr Seuss, speaking through his character The Lorax, warned against mindless progress and the danger it posed to the earth s natural beauty His classic cautionary tale is now available in an irresistible mini edition, perfect for backpack or briefcase, for Arbor Day, Earth Day, and every day.

  • Hardcover
  • 72 pages
  • The Lorax
  • Dr. Seuss
  • English
  • 02 January 2019
  • 0679889108

About the Author: Dr. Seuss

Theodor Seuss Geisel was born March in Springfield, MA He graduated Dartmouth College in , and proceeded on to Oxford University with the intent of acquiring a doctorate in literature At Oxford he met Helen Palmer, who he wed in He returned from Europe in , and began working for a magazine called Judge, the leading humor magazine in America at the time, submitting both cartoons and humorous articles for them Additionally, he was submitting cartoons to Life, Vanity Fair and Liberty In some of his works, he d made reference to an insecticide called Flit These references gained notice, and led to a contract to draw comic ads for Flit This association lasted years, gained him national exposure, and coined the catchphrase Quick, Henry, the Flit In on the way to a vaction in Europe, listening to the rhythm of the ship s engines, he came up with And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street, which was then promptly rejected by the first publishers he showed it to Eventually in a friend published the book for him, and it went on to at least moderate success During WW II, Geisel joined the army and was sent to Hollywood Captain Geisel would write for Frank Capra s Signal Corps Unit for which he won the Legion of Merit and do documentaries he won Oscar s for Hitler Lives and Design for Death He also created a cartoon called Gerald McBoing Boing which also won him an Oscar In May of , Life published a report concerning illiteracy among school children The report said, among other things, that children were having trouble to read because their books were boring This inspired Geisel s publisher, and prompted him to send Geisel a list of words he felt were important, asked him to cut the list to words the publishers idea of how many words at one time a first grader could absorb , and write a book Nine months later, Geisel, using of the words given to him published The Cat in the Hat, which went on to instant success In Bennett Cerf bet Geisel that he couldn t write an entire book using only fifty words The result was Green Eggs and Ham Cerf never paid the from the bet Helen Palmer Geisel died in Theodor Geisel married Audrey Stone Diamond in Theodor Seuss Geisel died September Also worked under the pen name Theo Le Sieg.



10 thoughts on “The Lorax

  1. Michael Finocchiaro Michael Finocchiaro says:

    Now who would have thought that Seuss back in the 60 s would have already been concerned about the destruction of the environment so much so that he wrote this incredible and addictive story asked for by my son two to three times a week My kid is always asking me about the Once ler Why can t we see his body Why did he make the Barba loots go away Why did he cut down the Truffula tree What is a Thneed The lessons are so simple and yet so subtle here and it is great on so many differe Now who would have thought that Seuss back in the 60 s would have already been concerned about the destruction of the environment so much so that he wrote this incredible and addictive story asked for by my son two to three times a week My kid is always asking me about the Once ler Why can t we see his body Why did he make the Barba loots go away Why did he cut down the Truffula tree What is a Thneed The lessons are so simple and yet so subtle here and it is great on so many different levels The Thneed question makes me almost blush because I have so many thneeds iPhone, iPad, Mac, Cinema Display, PS3, etc Who else would have thought of such a perfect word like thneeds Or sluppity slupp and gloopity gloop Tonight my son wanted me to show him a Whisper ma phone and to hear a snargley voice What can I say It is a story that I can STRONGLY recommend to anyone reading this blog and especially to the kids of my readers I just hope that the UNLESS will be applicable to the generation after ours with our Valdeses and Fukushimas of course are not directly the fault of our generation but then our generation hasn t really made headway in preventing these disasters either.I just hope that I don t glow in the dark as I walk through the grickle grass eating humming fish sushi

  2. Petra-X Petra-X says:

    January 2015A one paragraph review of a children s book I didn t like has generatedtrolls and their inevitable sock puppet alteregos than any other of my reviews, I ve lost count of the number of them I delete some of their comments, some delete their own and their profiles , some GR do But what is there about this review or about the book that generates this kind of over the top reaction from obviously mentally unstable individuals _____Maybe I m just not a Dr Seuss person but I hate January 2015A one paragraph review of a children s book I didn t like has generatedtrolls and their inevitable sock puppet alteregos than any other of my reviews, I ve lost count of the number of them I delete some of their comments, some delete their own and their profiles , some GR do But what is there about this review or about the book that generates this kind of over the top reaction from obviously mentally unstable individuals _____Maybe I m just not a Dr Seuss person but I hated this book Boring story, stupid words that didn t entertain and even though it was meant for a child rather than me, my son hardly ever looked at it growing up, so its sits on the shelf still quite pristine Funny thing is that this is only a comment on a kiddies book yet it has engendered so much nastiness from several people all of whom appear to be alteregos of Michael He has made it his business to take people not me alone to task for not enjoying this book even to the extent of making personal remarks He himself enjoys it so much he s made a society IRL not virtually to promote its aims as thought it were a kind of bible Luckily the other reviewers arerational and measured in their response and don t feel the need to make rude personal remarks Each to his own This isn t for me.May 2010I was just looking through my reviews and noticed that Corky and two other characters the same person have deleted their reviews and their IDs Interesting.

  3. Archit Ojha Archit Ojha says:

    Oh Lorax, what did we make of your world Your beasts that were,The trees that were dear.The Lorax project is a commendable effort on behalf of Dr Seuss Enterprise and Random House.Apprises the children of the fact that they just might be the last generation seeing a lot of things Oh Lorax, what did we make of your world Your beasts that were,The trees that were dear.The Lorax project is a commendable effort on behalf of Dr Seuss Enterprise and Random House.Apprises the children of the fact that they just might be the last generation seeing a lot of things

  4. Tim Tim says:

    You can have yourSilent Spring and Inconvenient Truth The Lorax and his lesson of unless is, to me, the most moving piece of environmental literature ever It shows that a good children s literature doesn t have to be simplistic or happy to be effective and b that you certainly need not be a member of a political group to appreciate the message that our drive to industrialize must not happen at the expense of our planet.

  5. Ahmad Sharabiani Ahmad Sharabiani says:

    The Lorax, Dr SeussThe Lorax is a children s book written by Dr Seuss and first published in 1971 It chronicles the plight of the environment and the Lorax is the titular character, who speaks for the trees and confronts the Once ler, who causes environmental destruction As in most Dr Seuss books, the creatures mentioned are typically unique to the story A young unnamed boy living in a polluted area visits a strange isolated man called the Once ler on the Street of the Lifted Lorax The The Lorax, Dr SeussThe Lorax is a children s book written by Dr Seuss and first published in 1971 It chronicles the plight of the environment and the Lorax is the titular character, who speaks for the trees and confronts the Once ler, who causes environmental destruction As in most Dr Seuss books, the creatures mentioned are typically unique to the story A young unnamed boy living in a polluted area visits a strange isolated man called the Once ler on the Street of the Lifted Lorax The boy pays the Once ler fifteen cents, a nail, and the shell of a great great great grandfather snail to hear the legend of how the Lorax was lifted and taken away 2008 1386 48 9789643694197 1392 70 9789643699215 20 1389 56 9789647063647 1394 1396

  6. Alejandro Alejandro says:

    Another of the very best books by Dr Seuss IT S NOT TOO LATE UNLESS someone like you. cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It s not. This is one other of the best ever tales by Dr Seuss Like, The Sneetches was crafted in the 60s, it s not wonder that The Lorax was conceived in 1971, since it was the decade where ecology finally became a relevant issue in the conscience of people.A powerful story showing in a very open way, how grimm will be our future Another of the very best books by Dr Seuss IT S NOT TOO LATE UNLESS someone like you. cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It s not. This is one other of the best ever tales by Dr Seuss Like, The Sneetches was crafted in the 60s, it s not wonder that The Lorax was conceived in 1971, since it was the decade where ecology finally became a relevant issue in the conscience of people.A powerful story showing in a very open way, how grimm will be our future and sadly, forty five years later, we are still in the same trouble if we let that our woods would be lost without control at the expense of making stuff that we really don t need or that we d be able to supply in other ways.But it s not too late yet If each of us, make our contribution in one way or another, not matter how small, we still being able to help our planet s nature, and then the Lorax will return

  7. Karina Karina says:

    I have continuously read this book since watching the film bc I believe in its message about saving Mother Earth and the trees I am not a tree hugger but I love my toilet paper and my paperback books and I believe all our God given gifts should be treasured and saved esp from these greedy, nasty corporations that only care about the money coming in.That being said, I m not into all the rhyming thneads and so on but the kiddoes love it They are the target and I hope they come to understand the I have continuously read this book since watching the film bc I believe in its message about saving Mother Earth and the trees I am not a tree hugger but I love my toilet paper and my paperback books and I believe all our God given gifts should be treasured and saved esp from these greedy, nasty corporations that only care about the money coming in.That being said, I m not into all the rhyming thneads and so on but the kiddoes love it They are the target and I hope they come to understand the message, if not the crazy rhymes

  8. [Shai] Bibliophage [Shai] Bibliophage says:

    I saw the movie adaptation of this classic children s story on 2012 What I liked about the movie version is that there s a closure to the story while the readers were leave to their own imagination on what happened Both the book and movie adaptation are highly recommended because it reminds us to care on our environment I saw the movie adaptation of this classic children s story on 2012 What I liked about the movie version is that there s a closure to the story while the readers were leave to their own imagination on what happened Both the book and movie adaptation are highly recommended because it reminds us to care on our environment

  9. Ronyell Ronyell says:

    The Lorax is one of Dr Seuss most memorable books as it is about the importance of taking care of all of the trees in the world The Lorax may have some controversial issues, but it is still a great book for both children and adults to treasure for many years.Dr Seuss story about how chopping down too many trees can destroy the Earth s environment is truly powerful and moving as it realistically portrays what can happen to the environment when trees are cut down through Dr Seuss childi The Lorax is one of Dr Seuss most memorable books as it is about the importance of taking care of all of the trees in the world The Lorax may have some controversial issues, but it is still a great book for both children and adults to treasure for many years.Dr Seuss story about how chopping down too many trees can destroy the Earth s environment is truly powerful and moving as it realistically portrays what can happen to the environment when trees are cut down through Dr Seuss childish world Dr Seuss illustrations as always are extremely creative and inventive especially when we are first introduced to the land of the Truffula trees, the land is colourful and peaceful looking, but when the once ler starts cutting down all the Truffula trees, the land looks dark and bleak, representing the pollution that is caused from cutting down the trees.Parents should know that even though I personally do not see anything wrong with this book, this book was considered extremely controversial due to the fact that many people believed that the book was trying to promote the idea that industrialization is a bad thing Personally, I think that this book was just trying to discuss about the issues of environmentalism and that cutting down too many trees can cause pollution on the earth The Lorax is one of the greatest books about the issues of environmentalism that kids will understand perfectly and will definitely be evolved into one of the greatest cult classics to ever come to the world of children s books I would recommend this book to children ages five and up due to the controversial material about whether or not industrialization is a good or bad thing for the world that small children might not understand Review is also on Rabbit Ears Book Blog

  10. Gary Gary says:

    Should teach children not to be greedy and what the evils of unbridled capitalism do tobeautiful things.

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10 thoughts on “The Lorax

  1. Michael Finocchiaro Michael Finocchiaro says:

    Now who would have thought that Seuss back in the 60 s would have already been concerned about the destruction of the environment so much so that he wrote this incredible and addictive story asked for by my son two to three times a week My kid is always asking me about the Once ler Why can t we see his body Why did he make the Barba loots go away Why did he cut down the Truffula tree What is a Thneed The lessons are so simple and yet so subtle here and it is great on so many differe Now who would have thought that Seuss back in the 60 s would have already been concerned about the destruction of the environment so much so that he wrote this incredible and addictive story asked for by my son two to three times a week My kid is always asking me about the Once ler Why can t we see his body Why did he make the Barba loots go away Why did he cut down the Truffula tree What is a Thneed The lessons are so simple and yet so subtle here and it is great on so many different levels The Thneed question makes me almost blush because I have so many thneeds iPhone, iPad, Mac, Cinema Display, PS3, etc Who else would have thought of such a perfect word like thneeds Or sluppity slupp and gloopity gloop Tonight my son wanted me to show him a Whisper ma phone and to hear a snargley voice What can I say It is a story that I can STRONGLY recommend to anyone reading this blog and especially to the kids of my readers I just hope that the UNLESS will be applicable to the generation after ours with our Valdeses and Fukushimas of course are not directly the fault of our generation but then our generation hasn t really made headway in preventing these disasters either.I just hope that I don t glow in the dark as I walk through the grickle grass eating humming fish sushi

  2. Petra-X Petra-X says:

    January 2015A one paragraph review of a children s book I didn t like has generatedtrolls and their inevitable sock puppet alteregos than any other of my reviews, I ve lost count of the number of them I delete some of their comments, some delete their own and their profiles , some GR do But what is there about this review or about the book that generates this kind of over the top reaction from obviously mentally unstable individuals _____Maybe I m just not a Dr Seuss person but I hate January 2015A one paragraph review of a children s book I didn t like has generatedtrolls and their inevitable sock puppet alteregos than any other of my reviews, I ve lost count of the number of them I delete some of their comments, some delete their own and their profiles , some GR do But what is there about this review or about the book that generates this kind of over the top reaction from obviously mentally unstable individuals _____Maybe I m just not a Dr Seuss person but I hated this book Boring story, stupid words that didn t entertain and even though it was meant for a child rather than me, my son hardly ever looked at it growing up, so its sits on the shelf still quite pristine Funny thing is that this is only a comment on a kiddies book yet it has engendered so much nastiness from several people all of whom appear to be alteregos of Michael He has made it his business to take people not me alone to task for not enjoying this book even to the extent of making personal remarks He himself enjoys it so much he s made a society IRL not virtually to promote its aims as thought it were a kind of bible Luckily the other reviewers arerational and measured in their response and don t feel the need to make rude personal remarks Each to his own This isn t for me.May 2010I was just looking through my reviews and noticed that Corky and two other characters the same person have deleted their reviews and their IDs Interesting.

  3. Archit Ojha Archit Ojha says:

    Oh Lorax, what did we make of your world Your beasts that were,The trees that were dear.The Lorax project is a commendable effort on behalf of Dr Seuss Enterprise and Random House.Apprises the children of the fact that they just might be the last generation seeing a lot of things Oh Lorax, what did we make of your world Your beasts that were,The trees that were dear.The Lorax project is a commendable effort on behalf of Dr Seuss Enterprise and Random House.Apprises the children of the fact that they just might be the last generation seeing a lot of things

  4. Tim Tim says:

    You can have yourSilent Spring and Inconvenient Truth The Lorax and his lesson of unless is, to me, the most moving piece of environmental literature ever It shows that a good children s literature doesn t have to be simplistic or happy to be effective and b that you certainly need not be a member of a political group to appreciate the message that our drive to industrialize must not happen at the expense of our planet.

  5. Ahmad Sharabiani Ahmad Sharabiani says:

    The Lorax, Dr SeussThe Lorax is a children s book written by Dr Seuss and first published in 1971 It chronicles the plight of the environment and the Lorax is the titular character, who speaks for the trees and confronts the Once ler, who causes environmental destruction As in most Dr Seuss books, the creatures mentioned are typically unique to the story A young unnamed boy living in a polluted area visits a strange isolated man called the Once ler on the Street of the Lifted Lorax The The Lorax, Dr SeussThe Lorax is a children s book written by Dr Seuss and first published in 1971 It chronicles the plight of the environment and the Lorax is the titular character, who speaks for the trees and confronts the Once ler, who causes environmental destruction As in most Dr Seuss books, the creatures mentioned are typically unique to the story A young unnamed boy living in a polluted area visits a strange isolated man called the Once ler on the Street of the Lifted Lorax The boy pays the Once ler fifteen cents, a nail, and the shell of a great great great grandfather snail to hear the legend of how the Lorax was lifted and taken away 2008 1386 48 9789643694197 1392 70 9789643699215 20 1389 56 9789647063647 1394 1396

  6. Alejandro Alejandro says:

    Another of the very best books by Dr Seuss IT S NOT TOO LATE UNLESS someone like you. cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It s not. This is one other of the best ever tales by Dr Seuss Like, The Sneetches was crafted in the 60s, it s not wonder that The Lorax was conceived in 1971, since it was the decade where ecology finally became a relevant issue in the conscience of people.A powerful story showing in a very open way, how grimm will be our future Another of the very best books by Dr Seuss IT S NOT TOO LATE UNLESS someone like you. cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It s not. This is one other of the best ever tales by Dr Seuss Like, The Sneetches was crafted in the 60s, it s not wonder that The Lorax was conceived in 1971, since it was the decade where ecology finally became a relevant issue in the conscience of people.A powerful story showing in a very open way, how grimm will be our future and sadly, forty five years later, we are still in the same trouble if we let that our woods would be lost without control at the expense of making stuff that we really don t need or that we d be able to supply in other ways.But it s not too late yet If each of us, make our contribution in one way or another, not matter how small, we still being able to help our planet s nature, and then the Lorax will return

  7. Karina Karina says:

    I have continuously read this book since watching the film bc I believe in its message about saving Mother Earth and the trees I am not a tree hugger but I love my toilet paper and my paperback books and I believe all our God given gifts should be treasured and saved esp from these greedy, nasty corporations that only care about the money coming in.That being said, I m not into all the rhyming thneads and so on but the kiddoes love it They are the target and I hope they come to understand the I have continuously read this book since watching the film bc I believe in its message about saving Mother Earth and the trees I am not a tree hugger but I love my toilet paper and my paperback books and I believe all our God given gifts should be treasured and saved esp from these greedy, nasty corporations that only care about the money coming in.That being said, I m not into all the rhyming thneads and so on but the kiddoes love it They are the target and I hope they come to understand the message, if not the crazy rhymes

  8. [Shai] Bibliophage [Shai] Bibliophage says:

    I saw the movie adaptation of this classic children s story on 2012 What I liked about the movie version is that there s a closure to the story while the readers were leave to their own imagination on what happened Both the book and movie adaptation are highly recommended because it reminds us to care on our environment I saw the movie adaptation of this classic children s story on 2012 What I liked about the movie version is that there s a closure to the story while the readers were leave to their own imagination on what happened Both the book and movie adaptation are highly recommended because it reminds us to care on our environment

  9. Ronyell Ronyell says:

    The Lorax is one of Dr Seuss most memorable books as it is about the importance of taking care of all of the trees in the world The Lorax may have some controversial issues, but it is still a great book for both children and adults to treasure for many years.Dr Seuss story about how chopping down too many trees can destroy the Earth s environment is truly powerful and moving as it realistically portrays what can happen to the environment when trees are cut down through Dr Seuss childi The Lorax is one of Dr Seuss most memorable books as it is about the importance of taking care of all of the trees in the world The Lorax may have some controversial issues, but it is still a great book for both children and adults to treasure for many years.Dr Seuss story about how chopping down too many trees can destroy the Earth s environment is truly powerful and moving as it realistically portrays what can happen to the environment when trees are cut down through Dr Seuss childish world Dr Seuss illustrations as always are extremely creative and inventive especially when we are first introduced to the land of the Truffula trees, the land is colourful and peaceful looking, but when the once ler starts cutting down all the Truffula trees, the land looks dark and bleak, representing the pollution that is caused from cutting down the trees.Parents should know that even though I personally do not see anything wrong with this book, this book was considered extremely controversial due to the fact that many people believed that the book was trying to promote the idea that industrialization is a bad thing Personally, I think that this book was just trying to discuss about the issues of environmentalism and that cutting down too many trees can cause pollution on the earth The Lorax is one of the greatest books about the issues of environmentalism that kids will understand perfectly and will definitely be evolved into one of the greatest cult classics to ever come to the world of children s books I would recommend this book to children ages five and up due to the controversial material about whether or not industrialization is a good or bad thing for the world that small children might not understand Review is also on Rabbit Ears Book Blog

  10. Gary Gary says:

    Should teach children not to be greedy and what the evils of unbridled capitalism do tobeautiful things.

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