I like nonsense, it wakes up the brain cells. Fantasy is a necessary ingredient in living. Dr. Seuss  (via paianjenul)

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The Iota (by paul.malon)
1950; from “If I Ran the Zoo”. Copyright the estate of Dr. Seuss.

The Iota (by paul.malon)

1950; from “If I Ran the Zoo”. Copyright the estate of Dr. Seuss.

I meant what I said and I said what I meant. — More wise words from Dr. Seuss to mark his birthday. Check out Horton Hatches The Egg or any other Seuss book from NYPL in his honor (totally free, of course). Can’t get to the Library? Download a Seuss e-book or audio book from us! (via nypl)
A person’s a person, no matter how small. — Wise words from Dr. Seuss, whose birthday is today. Check out Horton Hears A Who! from NYPL (or any other Dr. Seuss book) to mark the occasion. (via nypl)
biomedicalephemera:

Dr. Seuss on Malaria: This is Ann
Today is the anniversary of Dr. Ronald Ross’ discovery that female mosquitoes spread malaria, and a perfect time to showcase Dr. Seuss’ contribution to the health of the soldiers in WWII. Click through to see most of the full book at the Contagions Blog (a fantastic blog worth following, by the way).

biomedicalephemera:

Dr. Seuss on Malaria: This is Ann

Today is the anniversary of Dr. Ronald Ross’ discovery that female mosquitoes spread malaria, and a perfect time to showcase Dr. Seuss’ contribution to the health of the soldiers in WWII. Click through to see most of the full book at the Contagions Blog (a fantastic blog worth following, by the way).