An innovator in many ways — from his use of text to the illustrations he created — Dr. Seuss opened up new worlds for children and adults. While his primary contributions may very well be in the world of reading, his books offer
Celebrate Dr. Seuss' Birthday with children's author and poet Eric Ode at the Family Read-Aloud at 2 p.m. Saturday at Tumwater Timberland Regional Library, 7023 New Market St., Tumwater.
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.
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
The title had flitted into the ATL tips inbox a couple weeks earlier: Exploring Civil Society Through the Writings of Dr. Seuss. The invitation described a seven-hour symposium of legal academics waxing philosophic about the legal lessons one could