Dr. Seuss

Special Storytime Party

We are having a storytime party, but for whom? 

Everyone is sure to have Seussational time as we celebrate the life and work of a man with many names. Of whom am I speaking? The beloved children's author Theodor Seuss Geisel, of course. You've never heard of him? Well, that is because he went by several nom de plumes. He wrote one book, Because a Little Bug Went Ka-choo!, as Rosetta Stone. He also wrote several early readers as Theo LeSieg, but you probably know him as the one and only Dr. Seuss!

 

Read Across America Day

Join us under the Tuffula trees for a celebration of the world of Dr. Seuss including stories, crafts, games, snacks and fun!

Date: Wednesday, March 1

Time: 4:00-5:30 p. m.

All ages are welcome. Costumes encouraged!

Dr. Seuss Birthday Party

 

We will be having a birthday party for Dr. Seuss on Wednesday, March 1, 2017 at 4:00pm.  Join us for yummy birthday cake and a movie based on a beloved Dr. Seuss character.  

Happy Birthday, Dr. Seuss!

Read Across America Day is an annual reading motivation and awareness initiative held on March 2nd - the birthday of Dr. Seuss!  This year, the featured book is the Seuss classic "Oh, the Places You'll Go".  The Library will celebrate this event on Thursday, March 5th at 1:30 pm with a special Choo Choo Club Early Literacy program featuring Dr. Seuss books and activities!  This program is limited to 15 children (ages 3-5) and requires advanced registration.  Call the Library at 832-559-4235 to hold your spot!  And, remember, "you're never too old, too wacky or wild, to pick up a book and read to a child!"

What You Might Not Know About Dr. Seuss

Many of you are familiar with the beloved children's books written by Dr. Seuss. What you may not be aware of is that "Dr. Seuss" was a nom de plume. His given name was Theodor Seuss Geisel. 

Greasy Grimy Gopher Guts: Poetry for Children

Photo Credit: Duncecap from reproducinggenius.comI am only writing this post because a couple of weeks ago I more or less prostrated myself soliciting topic suggestions, so I feel obligated...obligated and bitter.

I want to make one thing perfectly clear: I do not condone inflicting poetry upon innocent and impressionable minds. Read your kids books on Java Script, or marketing, or advanced particle physics, anything but poetry. It will only lead them to lives of frustration and heartache--not to mention insanely expensive and useless liberal arts degrees.

Notes on Amphigouri*: Slithy Toves, Granfalloons**, and Cromulentishness***

Illustration of the Jabberwock by Sir John Tenniel

Human language ranks even above the much-vaunted opposable thumb in my book. Sure, thumbs came in handy for our ancestors when it came to throwing spears at bison and such, but I think we can all agee that it was when humans developed the ability to order a mastodon sirloin rare with a side of sloth that things really started to take off progress-wise.

Dr. Seuss

 

On March 2nd, Read Across America day will celebrate the life and works of the beloved author, Dr. Seuss.

As Kathleen's blog announced, celebrations will be held at all Harris County Public Libraries throughout the week.  

I thought that it would be fun to list some of my favorite biographies on Dr. Seuss (Theodor Seuss Geisel). His life was just as amazing as his books.

  

Celebrate Dr. Seuss' Birthday @ Your Library

Read Across America Party at LSC-Tomball Community Library 2009Celebrate Dr. Seuss' birthday and the fun of reading on Tuesday, March 2, from 4:30 pm until 5:30 pm, in the Children's Services Department at the LSC-Tomball Community Library.  Every year the Library joins in the nationwide celebration, Read Across America, sponsored by the National Education Association.  This party across America always takes place on Dr. Seuss' birthday and reminds families to read together.  At our library, we'll read books by Dr. Seuss, sing, enjoy a craft and eat birthday cake.  Children and adults of all ages are invited.  You might even see a cat, a sneech, or a thing or two!

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