How to Celebrate Reading and Creativity for Dr. Seuss’ Birthday

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celebrate readingI have the pleasure of sharing a birthday with the one and only Dr. Seuss on March 2, which makes celebrating that much more special, especially now that I have children. Each year, we don our stylish and fun Dr. Seuss attire and celebrate by reading our favorites like “Oh the Places You’ll Go,” “The Cat in the Hat,” “Green Eggs and Ham,” and “One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish,” but the list goes on and on. This year would’ve been his 115 birthday and the world continues to celebrate a man whose stories will continue to live on. There are many events held throughout the Coastal Bend and most occur at local schools, which coincide with Read Across America week. But if you would like to participate in the local festivities, check out some events below and take your kids to an experience they won’t forget, because regardless of age, we all have a favorite Dr. Seuss book. 

For more information on Dr. Seuss books, games, tips for reading with your kids and even scholarships, please visit http://www.seussville.com/

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Michelle is a South Texas native, wife, mom, beer & wine lover, nerd, career-focused and podcaster. She has two toddler girls and a fur baby who keep her active and enjoys taking her family to the beach and traveling. She has nearly a decade working in the communications industry and started her career as a multimedia journalist for the Corpus Christi Caller-Times, most recently spent five years as a public information officer for the City of Corpus Christi and currently works for Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi in the Marketing and Communication Department. She received her B.A. from the University of Houston in 2010 and M.A. from Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi in 2012. Michelle also owns and co-hosts the motherhood-focused Life’s a Mother podcast with her two sisters and is a board member with the Corpus Christi Maternal Mental Health Coalition.