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Once upon a time, there was a Massachusetts man who had a very peculiar plan.

Theodor Seuss Geisel wanted to change the times and write all his children's books in rhymes.

There would be plenty of fish - both red and blue - and a green eggs and ham dish or two.

Through him, we'd meet Mayzie with a daisy on her head and Horton who can hear everything every Who said.

There was a Cat in the Hat and a big-headed moose, Sneetches and turtles, all created by Seuss.

He'd tell us all about the places we'd go and teach us opposites like yes and no.

We'd learn about Thing 1 and Thing 2 and The Lorax would tell us why trees need love, too.

Seuss instilled in children the love of a good book - if you haven't heard of his characters, I recommend you take a look.

March 3 we honor Dr. Seuss for all he did do - for him and for her, for me and for you.

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