Saturday, March 5, 2011

All things Seuss

This past week has been all about Dr. Seuss, with birthday celebrations (he'd be 107 years old!) and Read Across America Day.

One of the Teen Teller leads her Seuss Trivia experts, including Thing 1, at last Saturday's party.
The Parkland Community Library celebrated Dr. Seuss' birthday last weekend with a Dr. Seuss birthday party complete with red and white striped hats, stories and games. 

Check out the websites in the Featured sites sidebar for Seussical fun and information.  Dr. Seuss's pioneering work with beginning readers has spawned thousands of imitators.  And his signature character, the Cat in the Hat, has gone on beyond reading readiness and into the world of science and nature.

Educators and young readers alike owe a lot to Dr. Seuss.  We doff our hats, striped, dotted or covered in peace signs, to this wonderful author and artist.
Another Teen Teller in the green hat, consults with her team of Seuss trivia experts in the Facts and Figures Seuss Trivia Game.

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