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Educators put focus on fun to encourage reading

8:49 PM, Mar. 1, 2013
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If parents noticed their children talking in rhyme or asking to wear strange clothes to school this week, they could blame the doctor.

Dr. Seuss, that is.

Local schools observed National Read Across America Week - and Dr. Seuss' birthday. If he were still alive, Theodor Seuss Geisel would have celebrated his 109th birthday today. National Read Across America Week is a National Education Association project to encourage children to read with fun activities. ...

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