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...and on Instagram.These arrived the other day: advance reader copies (ARCs) of BECOMING DR. SEUSS. The photo insert isn’t in here, nor is the index, but this gives you an idea of what it’ll look like. My thanks to the folks at @duttonbooks for making it look so handsome. #drseuss #amwriting #biography #bookstagramGrayson has very generously provided you with the choreography for “Walk Like Grayson.” #dogsofinstagram #fxbg #snowday #dogsEven the floor of my #office is a mess as I finish up the final edits on BECOMING DR. SEUSS. #drseuss #amwriting #authorsofinstagram
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