Wednesday, June 08, 2011

Reading Advice from Dr. Seuss

From Troy Public Library (of Troy, MI):

"In early 1971, Hart [the librarian] wrote to dozens of actors, authors, artists, musicians, playwrights, librarians, and politicians of the day. She asked them to write a letter to the children of Troy about the importance of libraries, and their memories of reading and of books."

One of my favorite responses is by Dr. Seuss:

It's great, colorful advice!

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