President Biden clearly eliminated notices of Dr. Seuss from “Read Across America Day” in the midst of investigation about the affirmed “racial connotations” in the unusual stories for children.

“Read Across America Day,” established by the National Educational Association in 1998 as a manner to advance children’s reading, is even celebrated on the author’s March 2 birthday.

In his presidential decree, Biden noticed that “for some Americans, the way to proficiency starts with story time in their school homeroom,” media announced.

Be that as it may, in contrast to his two archetypes, previous Presidents Donald Trump and Barack Obama, Biden didn’t make reference to Dr. Seuss.

The move comes as Dr. Seuss’ work has created contention following an investigation featuring an absence of variety among the author’s characters.

“Of the 2,240 (recognized) human characters, there are 45 characters of shading addressing 2% of the complete number of human characters,” as per a recent report from the Conscious Kid’s Library and the University of California that analyzed 50 of Dr. Seuss’ books.

A week ago, a Virginia school district requested its instructors to stay away from “interfacing Read Across America Day with Dr. Seuss,” as a result of late examination that have “uncovered solid racial connotations” in a large number of the author’s books.