Dr. Seuss’ Sneetches and Us

Equality, Fairness, Decency

Before I had a word for it, I knew discrimination was wrong. Gender, color, religion, weight … from a very young age I had a keen sense of it.

It’s why Dr. Seuss’ story, The Sneetches, was one of my favorite stories. Borrow it from the library (or your niece/nephew) or watch it on YouTube.

In a nutshell, some sneetches have stars on their tummies and some don’t, and their society uses this to discriminate. Eventually a shady salesman uses their stupidity and a star removing/applying…

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Writer, artist, Mom to 4 furry boys (2 men, 2 cats), yarn addict, crochet blogger, humorist, supporter of lost causes, good karma, matcha & green teas!

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