In Dr Seuss' children's books, a commitment to social justice that remains relevant today (The Conversation)

"The 650 million children who have read Dr Seuss' books have been exposed to new ways of viewing the world, of rethinking a social order often imbued in prejudice," writes MALS Chair, Donald E. Pease for The Conversation in regard to the recently published Dr. Seuss book, What Pet Should I Get?

"As older readers relive their response to a universal question nearly all children face, What Pet Should I Get? will allow a new generation of readers to discover why Dr Seuss remains forever relevant."

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