Twelve Lessons Horton Taught Me

In this family-friendly film from Fox Faith (based on the book by Dr. Seuss), a faithful elephant named Horton carries a tiny world called Whoville to safety on a clover despite the animals in the Jungle of Nool who try to stop him and refuse to believe the Whos are real.

adontimasu

04/19/2011 11:17:56 PM

For 5/14, I always figured that the imaginary worlds in which the children created themselves, is a metaphor of sorts, for false religious ideologies other than the world Horton knew existed. This is how I explain Horton's "Oh lord..." when the children come around him with clovers parading their new realms with pride.

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03/02/2009 02:32:35 PM

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carrotcarmen

12/18/2008 08:56:13 AM

I agree! I would love to be able to print this out to use as a guide when watching with children.

angiespitz

12/15/2008 11:43:18 AM

I think after the slide show you should have all the lessons on one page so we could print it out or send it to friends

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In this trailer, we visit the wonderful world of Horton and meet the inhabitants of Whoville.

In this trailer, we visit the wonderful world of Horton and meet the inhabitants of Whoville.

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