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An edition of The Lorax (1911)

The Lorax

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This edition published in by Random House in New York.

Written in English

70 pages

The Once-ler describes the results of the local pollution problem.

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Cover of: The Lorax
The Lorax
2012, Random House
Hardcover in English
Cover of: The Lorax
The Lorax
2004, Collins
in English
Cover of: Lorax
Lorax
January 5, 2004, HARPER COLL CHILDREN
Cover of: Lorax
Lorax
January 5, 2004, HARPER COLL CHILDREN
Paperback
Cover of: The Lorax
The Lorax
October 1999, Tandem Library
School & Library Binding in English
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Lorax
October 1999, Bt Bound
Library Binding in Spanish / español
Cover of: Lorax
Lorax
April 16, 1984, HarperCollins Publishers
Hardcover
Cover of: The Lorax
The Lorax
1972, Collins
in English
Cover of: The Lorax
The Lorax
1972, Collins
in English
Cover of: The Lorax
The Lorax
1971, Random House
in English
Cover of: Lorax
Lorax
November 1911, Mcgraw Hill/Tdm Audio
Hardcover in English - Bk&Cassett edition

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The Lorax

First published in 1911



Work Description

Long before "going green" was mainstream, Dr. Seuss's Lorax spoke for the trees and warned of the dangers of disrespecting the environment. In this cautionary rhyming tale (printed on recycled paper) we learn of the Once-ler, who came across a valley of Truffula Trees and Brown Bar-ba-loots, and how his harvesting of the tufted trees changed the landscape forever. - Publisher. The Lorax is the story of a boy who's looking for answers. Living in a ruined town, this little guy wants to know the story of the Lorax, so he goes to the Once-ler, an elderly inventor/manufacturer. Doc Brown -- ahem, the Once-ler -- tells the boy how the town came to be ruined, and most importantly, what he can do to turn things around. Who exactly was this this Lorax character, what was it doing here, and why was it taken away? These are questions only a man name the Once-ler can answer. The Once-ler's last words to the boy: "Grow a forest. Protect it from axes that hack./ Then the Lorax/ and all of his friends/ may come back." - shmoop.com

The Lorax

This edition published in by Random House in New York.


Edition Description

The Once-ler describes the results of the local pollution problem.

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Dewey Decimal Class
[E]
Library of Congress
PZ8.3.G276 Lo,

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL5087062M
Internet Archive
loraxseus00seus
ISBN 10
0394823370, 0394923375
LC Control Number
74158378
Library Thing
96309
Goodreads
191128
900821

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