South Mountain YMCA also wrapping up 2013 Strong Kids Campaign.

Hello Darlings! Friday was SEUSStastic! Usually I don't make a big deal about Dr. Seuss' birthday because most activities out there are tailored to the younger kiddos. We third grade teachers have to be "serious" and we

American Public Media takes note March 2 of the birthday of Dr. Seuss, otherwise known as Theodor “Ted” Geisel, considered by many the most beloved children's book writer in history. Geisel, a Dartmouth graduate of the

Today, in conjunction with Random House and the National Education Association, the annual Read Across America event is intended not only to celebrate and honor Dr. Seuss but also to encourage children to keep reading and learning. Semir Mehemed, a

His first book was rejected by more than 20 publishers before being accepted, but now, creeping up on a century later, Theodore Seuss Geisel has ingr.