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Suess Enterprises has announced that six of its older children’s books will no longer be printed due to racist imagery.

On social media, the story became overly complicated and politicized, with many commenters projecting strong personal feelings onto the announcement.

Here’s a quick recap of the events.


In March, Dr. Seuss Enterprises announced that new copies of the books And to Think That I Saw it on Mulberry Street, If I Ran the Zoo, McElligot’s Pool, On Beyond Zebra!, Scrambled Eggs Super!, and The Cat’s Quizzer would no longer be printed.

“Ceasing sales of these books is only part of our commitment and our broader plan to ensure Dr.

The catalog of Seuss Enterprises represents and supports all communities and families…


As part of our review process, Seuss Enterprises listened to and took feedback from our target audiences, which included teachers, academics, and experts in the field.

After that, we worked with a group of experts, including educators, to go over our library of titles.”

The decision sparked a firestorm of discussion on social media at the time, with many of them quickly turning political.

Many outraged readers were unaware that books are rarely kept in print for this long, or that taking them out of print does not mean destroying every copy.

Each of the books that were taken off the shelves saw a significant increase in sales, both in bookstores and on the secondhand market.

Scroll down to see a list of all the books Dr.

Why has Dr. Seuss Enterprises stopped printing?

My favorite Dr. Seuss novel was “And to Think That I Saw It On Mulberry Street” (1937).

When I was younger, I had a Dr. Seuss book.

Parts of it are still fresh in my mind.

However, when viewed from a modern perspective, the overt racial stereotypes (hashtag)DrSeusspic.twitter.comTRLWLOdHVp are impossible to ignore.

And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street was reportedly included in the list due to its portrayal of an Asian person.

According to the Associated Press, it depicts the character wearing a conical hat, holding chopsticks, and eating from a bowl.

pic.twitter.comMUk35ynECD This page from “If I Ran the Zoo”

one of Dr. Seuss’s pages

The fight is about Dr. Seuss, and it’s worth looking at…

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These 6 Dr. Seuss Books Are Being Taken out of Print Due to Racist Imagery

These 6 Dr. Seuss Books Are Being Taken out of Print Due to Racist Imagery

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