Dr. Seuss
The Cat in The Hat                                               The book is the classic portrayal of the average child,

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One fish is a children's book,                             This book especially relates to identity,

About different fish...
In Horton Hatches an Egg,                                        Horton Hatches the Egg could be interpreted,

An elephant...
Oh, the Places You’ll Go!
Oh, The Places You’ll Go is a tale,                    Though this book appears to be about trav...
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  1. 1. Dr. Seuss
  2. 2. The Cat in The Hat The book is the classic portrayal of the average child, Is about two children that, Who decides to give into peer pressure, and be a little less mild. On a boring, rainy, and bleary day, Though, in life, every person should try to “put themselves out there,” Let a cheerful, exotic and exuberant Cat stay. They should be wary of the things that could give there parents a real scare. Despite the children's own doubts and the constant warnings of the Gold Fish, This is because, as the Cat shows us, once you let go, everything falls into shambles, Sally and her brother, the narrator, gave into the Cat and let him be selfish. And trust me, that’s a tough gamble. In the story the Cat destroys the house, In life, there usually isn’t a Cat in a Hat to clean up your destructions, And as if that wasn’t enough, ruins there mothers favorite So be careful and follow instructions. blouse. The point of all of this isn’t to discourage people to do what’s fun, In the end, the Cat decides to clean up the mess, But if a Cat comes in to your house and starts balancing a cup, some And disappears moments before the children’s mother could milk, a cake, three books, a fish, a rake, a toy boat, a toy man, die from the stress. a red fan and an umbrella while standing on a ball, I have forewarned you of the potential outcome.
  3. 3. One fish is a children's book, This book especially relates to identity, About different fish and how they look. Because it is average, everyday life in disguise interestingly. The book begins and ends with the constant portrayal, When a child reads the book, of a variety of interesting, scary, and unique creatures who are not for sale. He or she doesn’t have to look, Though, all are called “fish,” To realize the connection between the fish and the people They have specific characteristics that define them as different and special like a dish. that they see all around them in a every day steeple. In the midst of the fast paced and wacky words, In our opinion, Dr. Seuss was trying to show That sound interesting while quite absurd, The different characteristics between individuals, who are all different, like snow. Dr. Seuss throws in, “Why are they sad and glad and bad?” Whether its because they are “…sad and glad and bad” Or just because they are like Ned, To which the vague answer is “I do not know, go ask your dad.” Who is too big for his bed.
  4. 4. In Horton Hatches an Egg, Horton Hatches the Egg could be interpreted, An elephant is begged, As a “dumb” yet strong sense of loyalty instead, To watch a mother bird’s egg. Of something that is just read. She tells Horton that she is taking a short break, Though Horton is tricked into his loyalty act, But ditches Horton and leaves him to wait. He still sits and keeps the egg intact. Weeks and months go by, He sits despite the peer pressure and the harsh winds, Horton endures the criticism of all his former friends, even a fly. Never budging, and so, in the end, he wins. As if it couldn’t get worse, This lesson of loyalty should be installed, Hunters came and took Horton and the egg to the circus. Into all people big and small. There, Horton's egg hatched with a “KABAMANT” Releasing the worlds first Birelephant!
  5. 5. Oh, the Places You’ll Go! Oh, The Places You’ll Go is a tale, Though this book appears to be about traveling and insanity, It is really about one boys search for identity. About an adventure centered around a young male. The paths that branch off in all directions, Who goes on a quest to find his own way, Are symbolic of the choices we make in life without instruction. As the boy travels, he has is ups and downs, And learns hard lessons about life in the fray. But keeps moving forward despite the frowns. As he travels this way and that, “In the end will you succeed? Yes! Yes, you will indeed He discovers many things and chooses his own path (don’t worry he never saw the “Cat”) (98 and 3 / 4 percent guaranteed)” “Be your name Buxbaum or Bixby or Bray At one point the boy arrives at the “Waiting Place”, Or Mordecai Ali Van Allen O'Shea, Where everybody is just waiting, as if in space. You're off to Great Places! When he breaks free of this place and takes some Today is your day! chances, Your mountain is waiting. He discovers himself and start moving mountains. So...get on your way!”
  6. 6. EitanNeugut CO-MAKERS Aaron Berger
  7. 7. VOTE JORDANANHALT FORSOPHMOREREPRES NTATIVE
  8. 8. Bless His Soul

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