Red Onion Review: The Lorax by Dr. Seuss

Listen to me, I know when you saw the title for this review, you thought “oh no, Red is going to go off about global warming again”.  Well, while global warming is FAKE NEWS, created by China and the Dems as a scare tactic, that is a bigly misconception about what The Lorax is about….

How the Grinch Stole Christmas by Dr. Seuss

Talking about favourite Christmas stories this week, one modern classic cannot be ignored.  The story of a monstrous Grinch, his dislike of the holidays, and a town that shows him what the Christmas is truly about.  How the Grinch Stole Christmas is considered one of Theodore Seuss Geisel’s greatest works and has warmed the hearts…

Hooray for Diffendoofer Day by Dr. Seuss with some help

In September of 1991 the world lost a creative legend in Theodore Seuss Geisel.  The poetic mastermind of over 60 children’s titles, sold over 600 million books in 20+ different languages.  Since his passing Dr. Seuss has inspired four major animated films, a Broadway musical, and the imaginations of millions of children.  His final publication…

Green Eggs and Ham by Dr. Seuss

Best selling and critically acclaimed children’s book Green Eggs and Ham, is a staple on kids bookshelves.  According to Publishers Weekly, since Dr. Suess and Random House published the story in 1960, by 2001 it was the fourth best-selling English children’s book of all time.  Recommended by teachers, parents and children across the globe, and…

My Top 5 Children’s Authors

I have consistently read my children bedtime stories from that first night my son was home from the hospital.  That is almost six years of reading books made for the bright eyed, influential, youth.  My son, Zyler, who is currently learning to read and write understands the high esteem I put on literature.  Fortunately he…