There was no reason to cancel those six Dr. Seuss books (And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street, If I Ran the Zoo, McElligot's Pool, On Beyond Zebra!, Scrambled Eggs Super!, The Cat's Quizzer). Nobody who read any of them cared about “racism” in them. If anything what is being labeled “racist” are nothing more than stylized depictions of what everyone already acknowledges in reality. These were books that generations of kids enjoyed and should continue to enjoy. The only reason those books were canceled was to appease a small, vocal minority and nothing more. If the company wanted to address any “issue” they should’ve just put a disclaimer in future copies of the books and left them alone as is. What Dr. Seuss Enterprises did was commit virtual book burning and that is a very dangerous precedent. Put them back on store shelves with at best a disclaimer and let everyone enjoy them as they have for decades.