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The Lorax - Tree Talk - Bright - 24" x 44" PANEL ORGANIC COTTON

The Lorax - Tree Talk - Bright - 24" x 44" PANEL ORGANIC COTTON
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White, Ocean, Aqua, Ginger, Honey, Melon, Scarlet Lime, Emerald, Kiwi, Black, Mauve, Cocoa, Mocha

This colorful panel tells the story of the fated Truffula trees, as narrated by the beloved Lorax from the book by Dr. Seuss. Ten frames take you through the town from its lush beginnings to its strange end, all in 100% organic cotton which, along with the story itself, is a gentle reminder to care for our environment. 100% organic cotton, 24" panel, frames are about 10 1/2", panels have 10 frames, from 'The Lorax' collection by TM & © 1971 Dr. Seuss enterprises, L.P. All rights reserved. For individual use only, from Robert Kaufman Fabrics.

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