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  • Christine Stewart

    How to make your own Oobleck, just like the Dr. Seuss book.... Future playdate idea!!

  • Amanda Pape

    Bartholomew and the Oobleck, by Dr. Seuss, challenged in an elementary school because it "contained a chant." It was retained, according to the ACLU of Texas 2006-2007 annual report, Free People Read Freely, about books challenged in Texas public and charter school libraries and class reading lists during the previous school year. It is on the lower level of the Dick Smith Library in the Curriculum Collection, call number EDUC PZ8.G326 BAR 1977.

  • Sarah Hay

    Bartholomew and the Oobleck, paired with today's slimy science experiments

  • Mickey Benson

    Bartholomew and the Oobleck Probably my favorite Dr. Seuss book as a kid.

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