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The Lorax: March 2012

This movie comes from one of the best storybook authors of all time, Dr. Seuss. The Lorax is a movie about a boy who has a major crush on a girl. To impress her, he needs to find her a tree since their little town sadly doesn't have any trees anymore. To find his crush a living tree, this boy has to find The Lorax -- a little furry man - creature who is both extremely grumpy and hilarious all at once. The Lorax is the protector of all trees and though he seems a little rough around the edges, he has the best environmental intentions. Check out this amazing new movie to see if the guy gets the girl and what a Lorax really is!

Chimpanzee: April 2012

Just in time for Earth Day, Disney has released their second film in the Nature series -- Chimpanzee. We loved getting a look at what real life is like for a lion last Spring and now we're ready to swing into the world of the Chimpanzee! This amazing true story is about Oscar, a three-year-old orphan chimp. Oscar was close to his family and surviving on his own after they suddenly abandoned him, seems an impossible task. Thankfully, this lonely chimp is adopted by a stranger and they find a way to live life together in the jungle of Uganda, Africa.

The Pirates! Band of Misfits: March 2012

The Pirate of the Year Awards are fast approaching so one mis-fit captain who couldn't be further from perfect is trying to whip himself into shape for a chance at the win! Trouble is, hi! crew is as clumsy as he is and to make matters worse, Cutlass Liz (a powerful woman who HATES PIRATES!) wants to sink their ship. Will Captain win or will he go down in history as the worst pirate ever?

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Title Annotation:'The Lorax,' 'Chimpanzee' and 'The Pirates! Band of Misfits'
Publication:Kidsworld Magazine
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Mar 22, 2012
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