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Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss

Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss-dr.-seuss.jpg

Yes its true, yes its true or
so that it seems,
That today’s a big day,
the kind even in dreams,

For all little girls and all little boys
Will wake up bright and early to read with much joy!
And they’ll read. And they’ll read. And when they’ll get to the parts
were their giggles begin and the laughter, it starts
And they’ll giggle and giggle with laughter for sure!
Oh, the noise! Oh, the noise! Oh, the noise! Noise! Noise! Noise!

(and we know that the Grinch would have hated the noise!)

So a big birthday thanks
for the magic and more
Thanks for that Cat in the Hat
and the rest of the score

We loved all your stories
we loved them galore
Let’s sing! And Let’s sing!
And then sing! Sing! Some more!

That’s about as good as it gets as my rhyming’s quite sad
but lets just give some thanks for the fun we’ve all had
Its a big celebration out here on the tubes
Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss, Happy Birthday to youse!

Celebrate Dr. Seuss’ Birthday today by taking part in Read Across America Day (March 02, 2009) and encouraging the reading of books.

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My kids learned to read with all his books,
about green eggs and ham, hefalumps and wooks,
we read them almost everynight,
that Cat in the Hat could cause a fright...

One fish, two fish, red fish, blue fish
just one more book was always their wish...

Ten apples up on Top was another one...
It's kinda sad to see those days are done.

If I find myself with grandkids one day,
these books will come back out to play, play, play.




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Sheesh, a bunch of poets,
I don't know where they came from
by the way they write, you'd think they knew it
but we really wish they were all done.

Dr. Suess scared the living crap out of me.


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My favorite Dr Suess memory was the SNL skit where Jessie Jackson read "Green Eggs and Ham"

YouTube - Jesse Jackson reads Dr. Suess
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Our (Now retired) principal would read The Place You'll Go the the 5th graders at their luncheon, always made me cry
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This is always one of my favorite days at school, all those little kids
wearing their red & white stripped hats. Some hats are almost 1/2 as tall
as the kids Great way to promote reading .

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Go Dog Go! First book that I can remember being read to me--first book I read to my kids too; and now I know why Google looks like it does today.
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