You’re never too old, too wacky, too wild to pick up a book and read to a child.

As our colleagues in Teensburgh remind us, the National Educators Association urges us to celebrate Dr. Seuss’ birthday on March 2 by reading to a child. Dr. Seuss himself provides plenty of options:

hortonLoraxCatpool

There are lots of other wacky books to read:

charlierock starunderpants

There are Theodore Seuss Geisel Award and Honor winners:

driveCatrabboteatersAnd many wild choices:moonbird

eatfrogs

lionAnd well, You’re Only Old Once:

old

You might want to check out Seussville and visit Whoville, Mulberry Street, McElligot’s Pool and the Jungle of Nool.

We in the Main Children’s Room will offer Dance around the World and Hear a Story Too at 2:00 PM.  And when you’re at our Events site, amble around and see the many opportunities available for your little one to hear stories.  Stop in. You never know what surprising Places You’ll Go, when you visit the library.

Tina Zubak

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