Tomorrow would have been the Doctor's Birthday
Dr Seuss that is. He'd have been 100. Seussville is the official site for celebrations, so pop on over and take a look. The National Education Association has a site for celebrating the Seussentennial (thanks to the Center for Seussian Studies). Here's a fun teacher's resource page on Dr. Seuss. There are few early childhood authors who so capably inspire kids with a love of language. I haven't found one who could surpass him in whimsy or delight.
I will attempt to read "And to think that I saw it on Mulbery Street" to the darling girl. She'll try to rip the pages, but she enjoys Seuss just like her mommy and daddy. But we will not be serving Green Eggs and Ham.