Six Dr. Seuss books will no longer be published due to the insensitive and racist imageries present in those particular stories.
Christmas movies and books are the most cozy of comforts during the holiday season, but when there’s delicious fictional treats involved, they can be quite tantalizing. Oh, how we wish we could get our hands on some of these mouth watering delights. Just for fun, let’s see if you can get through this list without getting hungry! If all else fails, you can try your hand at their DIY recipes!
Tis the season for cheer, hot cocoa and the most feel good movies ever. We all have our favorite Christmas movies, but many are based off of books. Let’s go through our faves!
The legacy of the beloved children’s author is unmatched; making $33 million dollars in 2020 alone. In the era of competitive streaming services, once again we’re shown the places we could go.
According to Sesame Street Magazine, October 15th is National Grouch Day—a day for all Grouches to celebrate their way of life. Image Via Facebook Since Sesame Street Magazine taught me everything I know, we’re going to celebrate National Grouch Day the only way we here at Bookstr know how—by making lists. 6-Ebenezer Scrooge Image Via The Imaginative Conservative The quintessential grouch, Ebenezer Scrooge is a cheap old miser who brings misery wherever he goes. The cold within him froze his old features, nipped his pointed nose, shrivelled his cheek, stiffened his gait; made his eyes red, …