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I am Shauna Shanks. I love green smoothies. I'm an author, mom & wife chasing smallness.

GIVEAWAY! The Dr. Seuss Book Every Adult Should Hear

GIVEAWAY! The Dr. Seuss Book Every Adult Should Hear

This week I accidentally discovered the book the world needs to hear. The author? Dr. Seuss. Genre? Children's. 

I had never read (that I remember) this lesser-known Dr. Seuss gem before, What Was I Scared Of? My first impression was that it was a little spooky, "…What could a pair of pants at night Be standing in the air for?"

A little bit Creepy. Yeah?

But it ends with an invaluable lesson. That tricky Dr. Seuss! 

When was the last time you had a kid's book read to you? You're probably due. Grab a kid, if you have one, but it's not necessary! Watch the video below & then scroll down to enter for a chance to win your own copy and matching plush character. 

Powerful, right? It seems fear of one another is ripping our world apart right now, in this country and beyond. 

What if we, just like the character who got caught up in a snide bush, allowed our fear of someone "strange" dissipate to make room for concern and awareness of that person instead? 

Can we just share that around the world please?

To celebrate Dr. Seuss WeekRead Across America, I thought it would be fun to do a giveaway of this adorable set from Khol'sCares*

To enter, leave a comment answering ONE of these questions:

1. What is your favorite Dr. Seuss book?

2. What is your take-a-way from "What was I Scared Of?"

3. Who is your favorite Dr. Seuss Character? 

Enjoy my adorable SPECIAL GUESTS Gabe and Judah to further explain the giveaway.

*You can find this tale in The Sneetches and Other Stories by Dr. Seuss at Kohl's this week. Look for their charity display, Kohl's Cares at check-out.

~Shauna

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