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Dr. Seuss Event Promotes Literacy

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Posted: March 2, 2013

Spotswood junior Tabitha Nelson helps Dalisa Pryor, 7, (far right) read a Dr. Seuss book to Savannah Pence, 6, (left) and Lily Cresawn during a celebration of the late Dr. Seuss’ birthday on Friday at the Valley Mall. (Photos by Jason Lenhart)
Kelsey Hatton, 3, sits in Rachel Funkhouser’s lap while being read Dr. Seuss’ “McElligot’s Pool” Friday at the Valley Mall. Volunteers from Rockingham County Education Association and Spotswood High School spent the evening reading books to children in honor of the late Theodor Seuss Geisel.
Spotswood juniors Jim Irvine (right) and Morgan Forloines, read a Dr. Seuss book to Krystal Burrell and her son, Mason, (right) and nephew, Dimitri Howard, on Friday at the Valley Mall.
HARRISONBURG — When Spotswood High School senior Hannah Sisson reads Dr. Seuss books with elementary school kids, she can see how the iconic author’s unique writing style engages them.
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