the theme of the sneeches is that the star belly sneetches were being racist to the who did not have star on thars.but when the man came ot changed everything. and then they got over there differences.

The sneetches

The sneetches basically represent segregation between two teams. In one group everything is perfect and goes their way without the other group interfering with them. They get to play games and have the time of their lives.

The is other group is completely the opposite. The "plain bellies" want to be like the "stared bellies" , but they can't because they didn't have the star on their belly, which basically mean that they did not have as much quality to the stared bellies as what they did. Also they can't play games because they don't have the star. It all worked out in the end when everyone got along and made peace with each other.

#SuessTheme

Putting people in a category is not a way to treat people.

I learned that allegories can be easy sometimes and that most children's books have a deeper meaning than what the reader thinks. #SeussTheme

I learned that kids books like Dr.Seuss can mean much more than they look.

What I've learned from our allegory lesson is that they're are really easy to relate to real life problems. And most time are based off real life problems.

What I've learned from our allegory lesson this week is that they're mostly based off real life problems or could be related to real life problems.

I learned that allegories can be easy sometimes and also that most children's stories have allegories that have a deeper meaning than what the reader thinks. #SeussTheme

One thing I learned from this exercise is that Dr.Seuss had a lot more purpose to his writing then I had previously thought.

I have learned that this story mainly deals with race and discrimination. It also was written to help during 1960.
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