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December 05, 2016
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Kids who care

This tamarack near Thompson, PA would probably have appealed to Dr. Seuss, who favored similarly whimsical trees in his artwork.

“They’re experiencing some amazing lessons in life, leadership and being a part of something bigger than themselves,” added Wells. “They’re also doing some great reading, writing and math for this project. We are excited to see all the ways Universal will continue to honor the story’s environmental theme in the lead up to the film’s [March] release.”

See www.change.org/petitions/z-let- the-lorax-speak-for-the-trees for more. Wells can be reached at 617/512-8724 or tedkwells@gmail.com.