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You may want to check the analysis of Horton Hatch...

2010-10-06T11:04:23.423-05:00

You may want to check the analysis of Horton Hatches the Egg in the new book, Hidden Messages in Children's Picture Books. While I'm sure it is not what Seuss intended, the story does not reflect all that well on either women or men who choose to engage in childcare. Note the absence of women on the page where it says the "people" all cheered. Apparently women don't count as people.



Wow a handprint does look like an elephant! I lov...

2010-02-28T16:48:05.574-06:00

Wow a handprint does look like an elephant!

I love how you added the info on Dr. Suess's interview. That was really interesting.



Great activity to go with the book. :-)

2010-02-26T22:37:57.498-06:00

Great activity to go with the book. :-)



I had actually never read Horton Hears a Who until...

2010-02-26T15:24:28.043-06:00

I had actually never read Horton Hears a Who until I was in college! Yea, I don't think my mom was a big fan of Dr Seuss :) I love the line you quoted. And I adore that craft. Just fantastic! And such a great way to bring the book to life for little ones. Thanks for sharing.



Great minds think alike - this was my choice for t...

2010-02-26T13:47:34.083-06:00

Great minds think alike - this was my choice for today's "Feed Me Books Friday" too!

Your related activities are awesome...I am going to add a comment to our post sending readers over here to see them. Have a great weekend!



Thanks for the links to corresponding activities! ...

2010-02-26T10:45:20.046-06:00

Thanks for the links to corresponding activities! I love discovering new books and ways to "make them stick" for my daughter.