DEAR EDITOR:

I am writing because I am mad. I am a 76-year-old retired counselor and educator from Cobb County. I am also a grandma and always tell anyone including my grandchildren that I am an old lady and please “Don’t make me mad.”

Today, I am mad in overtime over the banning of Dr. Seuss books. Our children see a lot more evil in their own homes, neighborhoods, television, and the internet than they will ever see from a Dr. Seuss book.

Use reading all kind of books together as an educational and informative avenue, not a divide. I am going to the thrift stores today to buy all banned Dr. Seuss books.

Linda Worley

Marietta

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Howard Peterson

Yes Ms. Worley! But the kids could turn on the Grammy Awards show & see naked butts doing "dance routines" but they couldn't read Dr. Seuss. This country needs HELP and apparently common sense is NOT the answer.........

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