Dr. Seuss utterly transformed children's books. Born in 1904, Dr. Seuss participated in no religion. His books encouraged independent thought and a sense of social justice. Dr. Seuss wrote over 60 books, including Horton Hears a Who! -- one of the great works of literature of the 20th Century. One of his phrases "A person's a person no matter how small". Thank you, Dr. Seuss, from millions upon millions of children and their parents. -- Sean Faircloth, Dir. of Strategy & Policy
Love Brian Andreas and Story People Are you a princess? I said & she said I'm much more than a princess, but you don't have a name for it yet here on earth.
Strangest Person: Story People
I've had to defend my compassionate beliefs (and actions) one to many times, lately. and, it breaks my heart. i hope, one does not have to experience internal, or external, chaos in order to care about (and help) those that have or do suffer. My friends are loving & the world is blessed by their kindnesses. Thank you.
Love beats Hate, every time.
International Justice Mission.
by my one constant.