March 2, 2018
The Gazette, By: Debbie Kelley
Whether kids are having trouble getting the hang of reading or are pretty good at it, Dr. Seuss is at their service.
"He has rhyming words that are very challenging to your tongue - it's like a tongue twister - but it's easy to read," says 7-year-old Anabelle Fields, a second-grader at Wildflower Elementary School.
The popular author would have turned 114 years old on Friday, and schools, libraries, bookstores and literacy centers across the nation are marking his birthday with special events.