In his 1971 seminal book, The Lorax, Dr. Seuss wrote, “I speak for the Trees,” lending a vital and lasting voice to the growing concern over world conservation.
Dr. Seuss’s Lorax stands confident and persistent, with steadfast determination and a clear vision of unwavering passion. He cares a “whole awful lot” and knows what history has proven to make a difference — it only takes one!
With that thought, Dr. Seuss’s voice stretches far beyond the crucial, but singular message of conservation. He seems to ask all of us, “What do you care about . . . a whole awful lot?”
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