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Tonner Dolls Dr. Seuss Collection

Tonner Dolls Dr. Seuss Collection
High Fashion meets the magical world of creator Dr. Seuss in a remarkable collaboration with Tonner Dolls. In this one of a kind collection which includes 3 very special dolls. The Cat’s, Hat, Sam I Am, Truffula. Each doll is made of fine quality vinyl and hard plastic and has hand painted facial detailing, applied lashes and quality rooted Saran hair. The 3 go for $484.99 USD and are available through Tonner’s website now. Perfect give for the holidays
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New Dr. Seuss’ Lorax Short – Wagon-Ho

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Check out this new 45-second clip from the animated short from The Lorax ‘Wagon-Ho’. One of the three new colorful animated shorts that are included on Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax 3D Combo Pack (Three Discs: Blu-ray 3D + Blu-ray + DVD + Digital Copy + UltraViolet). You still have time to pre-order it through my site via amazon below.

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Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax – Blue-ray DVD Pre-order

Dr. Seuss' The Lorax - Blue-ray DVD Pre-order
Make sure you pick up a copy of Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax 3D Combo Pack for $27.99 which releases on Blu-ray DVD August 7, 2012. If you can’t wait till then pre-order it through my site via amazon below. The Lorax has an all-star voice cast of Danny DeVito, Ed Helms, Zac Efron, Betty White, Taylor Swift. Dr. Seuss comes to life in a visually spectacular adventure. Following Twelve-year-old Ted needs to find a real live Truffula Tree in order to impress the girl of his dreams. Ted embarks on a journey, discovering the incredible story of the Lorax, a grumpy but charming creature who speaks for the trees.

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The Lorax Statue Stolen from Dr. Seuss' House

The Lorax Statue Stolen from Dr. Seuss' House
The home of Audrey Geisel and the late Theodor Geisel (Dr. Seuss) oceanfront La Jolla, Encelia Drive estate in San Diego had been burglarized Tuesday. A 200-pound, 2-foot-tall bronze custom “Lorax” statue has been stolen from the front yard. Audrey Geisel and a groundskeeper discovered the missing from the garden of on Monday morning, and called the San Diego police. The statue is irreplaceable, as the mold was destroyed after it was made. There are three similar statues, but not identical. The 200-pound piece, one of two commissioned by the author’s stepdaughter, is valued at $10,000. Pretty messed up if you ask me now it will be sold for a ton of money and sit inside some toy collectors house that has an abundance of material objects from around the world. When it just meant to sit a in garden as reminder of Audrey husband the late great Dr. Seuss. So sad I despise people who steal. I really hope they find ht people and prosecute them.
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Was Dr. Seuss the Original Nerd?


The definition of NRED: a boring or unpopular person, esp one obsessed with something specified: a computer nerd. Did you know that the word “NERD” was first noticed in a book from 1950. The book was titled “If I Ran the Zoo” a book by Dr. Seuss. I think Dr. Seuss was a book nerd! he wrote over 50 children’s books.
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Valentines Day Cards From Dr. Seuss' The Lorax


If you are like me and was at the New York Toy Fair the past couple of days you probably completely forgot its Valentines Day in a few hours! eek so as I was pondering through the internet trying to think quick gifts to give to my loved ones. I found some really cute Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax printable Valentines Day cards that I thought I would share. It’s an easy gift to show someone a little appreciation of love and it’s free! The Dr. Seuss movie The Lorax hit’s theaters March 2, 2012 from Universal Pictures.
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Illumination Entertainment Dr. Seuss The Lorax Movie

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The Lorax is an upcoming American computer-animated 3D film based off the children’s book written by Dr. Seuss published in 1971. Produced by Illumination Entertainment released by Universal Pictures on March 2, 2012 to mark the birthday of Dr. Seuss himself.

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