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Seuss Madness!

Celebrate the birthday of Dr. Seuss with
Henrico County Public Library’s SEUSS MADNESS!!!

Our librarians have scoured over countless lists to rank the 16 most popular Dr. Seuss books.  We will match-up these books using an NCAA March Madness approach and you’re invited to help us decide once and for all which Dr. Seuss book is the most beloved!

Voting will begin on Wednesday, March 2nd, the birthday of Dr. Seuss! Visit www.henricolibrary.org/seussmadness to cast your votes.

 

Before you vote, visit your Henrico County Public Library to borrow the books and reacquaint yourself with the magic of Dr. Seuss:

  1. Green Eggs and Ham

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b2ap3_thumbnail_ng2.jpg    Visit our online databases to access National Geographic Kids.

Fun and substantive, National Geographic Kids offers amazing adventures in science, nature, culture, archaeology, and space. Reputable, authoritative, and age-appropriate content for young students brings them the world in a way they've never seen it before. Includes National Geographic Kids magazine 2009-present (3 month embargo), 200 National Geographic Kids books, and kid-friendly, downloadable images. If prompted for a password, use your library card number.

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I can and I will.

Peek at these titles that underscore that perseverance and ingenuity pay off.

Little Melba and Her Big Trombone (Juv Bio Liston) by Russell-Brown, Katheryn - learn about a young musician who grew up to play, write, and arrange music with the likes of Dizzy Gillespie, Duke Ellington, and Quincy Jones; often she was the only girl in the band; as a a master musician, her music took her across America and the world

Emmanuel's Dream: The True Story of Emmanuel Ofosu Yeboah (Juv Bio Yeboah) by Thompson, Laurie - this child from Ghana was born with one leg, yet he became long distance cyclist; so renowned for his grit, he eventually carried the Olympic torch, and became an advocate for the rights of the disabled; his message, disability does not mean inability

New Shoes (Easy) by Meyer, Susan - enterprising gals Ella Mae and Charlotte launch their own used shoe store after they were unjustly prevented from trying shoes on in a store during segregation

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