Tag Archive: Dr Seuss

Jun 03

Thinking About All Things Seuss

Hooray for Diffendoofer Day by Jack Prelutsky & Lane Smith

My Day 2 entry for the 30 Day Photography Challenge was a photo of my ‘I am Sam’ T-shirt, one of my favourite Dr Seuss shirts (I have several). I love the persistent and passionate Sam in Seuss’ Green Eggs and Ham, possibly because this is a Seuss story that I remember from my childhood …

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Jun 02

30 Day Photo Challenge: Day 2 Worn Today

Green Eggs and Ham anyone?

Today I am feeling a little Seussical – that’s a lot like whimsical, but funnier and with better illustrations. This is my Day 2 photo for the 30 Day Photo Challenge hosted by White Peach Photography. by

Feb 17

When Two Obsessions Collide

It's a Book by Lane Smith

Yesterday I wrote a post about my Top 10 Writer Crushes to fulfil my Day 2 obligations for the ProBlogger 31 Days to Build a Better Blog challenge that I’m taking part in through Aussie Mummy Bloggers. That should have been the end of it, but unfortunately the combination of two of my most notable …

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Aug 10

10th August 2009 – Which? What? Who?

Is it Monday already? Where does the time go? Book Discussions One of the bookish highlights of my past week was a visit to The Art of Dr Seuss travelling art exhibition. In Newcastle for only four days, the Retrospective and Touring Exhibition was hosted by the Trevor Victor Harvey Gallery. I love Dr Seuss …

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Aug 03

3rd August 2009 – Which? What? Who?

The kids returned to school last week after three weeks of school holidays. In the heady euphoria of my almost freedom (still one child at home), I must confess that I didn’t achieve all that much over the past week. There were whole minutes that went past where I just sat quietly and basked in …

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Jul 12

Book Review – The Cat on the Mat is Flat

The Cat on the Mat is Flat by Andy Griffiths

Title: The Cat on the Mat is Flat Author: Andy Griffiths Illustrator: Terry Denton Publisher: Pan MacMillan Australia, 2006 (166 pages) ISBN: 978-0-3304-2260-4 Suitable Age: 6+ (younger readers may need a little help) My daughter was giggling to herself as she read this book today and I thought I would take time to write a …

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