Six books from the iconic children's author Dr. Seuss will not be published again due to concerns about their imagery.
The company that represents the late author, Dr. Seuss Enterprises, announced on March 2--the author's birthday--that it will no longer publish these six books because they portray people in ways that are "hurtful and wrong":
- And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street
- If I Ran the Zoo
- McElligot's Pool
- On Beyond Zebra!
- Scrambled Eggs Super!
- The Cat's Quizzer
Dr. Seuss Enterprises that its mission is to give children and families stories that include "messages of hope, inspiration, inclusion, and friendship." After working with a panel of experts, the company determined that these six books should no longer be published.Continue Reading at GameSpot