Authors of children’s media define brilliance. Not only have they realized how to reach the broadest range of audiences, but they have also understood how to relate meaningful content. Children’s movies and books have a twofold effect: impressionable children learn morals, which in turn places parents in a position to re-absorb and teach morals.
Most recently, I saw Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax. Aside from my infatuation with Zac Efron (Ted) and… Continue reading Dr. Seuss' The Lorax: Seeking the Natural Beneath the Superficial