The month of March starts off with a BANG- by celebrating two very important reading events. March 2nd has been designated as Read Across America Day as we celebrate the birthday of Dr. Seuss. Then on the first Wednesday of March we celebrate World Read Aloud Day. Today in our Title I and Reading Recovery classes, students chose a Dr. Seuss book that they would like to hear read aloud to them. Students also chose a Dr. Seuss character stuffed animal to snuggle with while listening to the stories inside a little tent. While students listened to the stories, they munched on some s'more goldfish crackers. Some of the most popular books to have read aloud were: Green Eggs and Ham, I Can Read With My Eyes Shut, The Foot Book, and Hooray For Diffendoofer Day!