Happy Birthday, Dr. Seuss


March 2, 2008 by rzayala11

One of the cool things about being a kid these days is that your can find your favorite writers on the web. To celebrate Dr. Seuss’ birthday, expose kids to anything by Dr. Seuss – his books, drawings, tongue twisters, games – and you’re showing them a writer who really knew how to have fun with words and images. And now you and your kids can go online to explore his wonderful world first hand. Take a trip to Seussville right now.


Dr. Seuss’ unforgettable characters, unique voice and fiercely funny talent inspires the young and old to oh, think the thinks they can think!

Posted by Rachel Ayala, Writers in the Schools


2 thoughts on “Happy Birthday, Dr. Seuss

  1. Spykie says:

    It is not a celebration for a goose,
    a cat, a dog, nor a moose.
    Your books is the reason why I can rhyme.
    I wish you a happy 107th birthday,
    and I hope your stories will forever be every children’s best times.

  2. amanda says:

    happy birthday i love all your books and you are a great writer hope you enjoy your day have fun

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