A mathematical analysis of Dr. Seuss's classic literature is explored.

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Edited by James Dogbey, jdogbey@clemson.edu, Clemson University, South Carolina, and Barbara Zorin, drbzorin@gmail.com, University of South Florida. Readers are encouraged to submit manuscripts through http://mtms.msubmit.net.

Contributor Notes

Terri L. Kurz, terri.kurz@asu.edu, teaches mathematics and mathematics methodology at Arizona State University Polytechnic in Mesa. She enjoys reading The Lorax to her two boys. Barbara Bartholomew, bbartholomew@csub.edu, is an associate professor of Reading, Literacy, and English in the School of Arts and Humanities at California State University Bakersfield.

(Corresponding author is Kurz terri.kurz@asu.edu)
(Corresponding author is Bartholomew bbartholomew@csub.edu)
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