|Written by Sarah Berelsman|
|Friday, June 25, 2010 9:49 AM|
There are countless books out there about the environment — how to save the planet, how we’re destroying the planet, some politically-minded transcripts, others more generalized reports. Out of all that has been written on the topic, and perhaps, out of all that has been written period, there is one very important book that really gets to me. So I’m making a departure from the usual grown-up fare and zoning in on one of my favorite children’s books, Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax. While I love anything generated from the wonderful brain of Dr. Seuss, I especially adore this storyline and message incorporating the author’s usual whimsy with a powerful (and timeless) warning about inflicting abuse upon our precious planet.
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