On March 2, libraries and schools throughout the nation celebrate Read Across America Day to commemorate Dr. Seuss’s birthday.
And who are we to miss a party?
In fact, we threw a pair of parties at our Lake and Main Branches, respectively. Families made crafts and played games based on their favorite Seuss characters. For example, they decorated their own Cat hats, made truffula trees, went fishing for red fish and blue fish, and searched the library during the Cat-in-the-Hat scavenger hunt. Of course, there were also Dr. Seuss books that families read together and birthday cake to share.
Of course, you don’t need a special day to read with your family, because any day you read with your family is special!