The nicest thing about children stories is it opens a person’s imagination. Written in simple words, the adjectives create an image in the mind that makes the reader or listener glued to his or her chair as the story progresses. Rare are dull moments and may usually goes with appropriate facial, voice and body expressions by the storyteller. Amidst life’s hustle and bustle, may the tradition of reading children’s stories be preserved.
When is the Dr. Seuss Day in 2018?
Dr. Seuss Day is on March 2, 2018, a Friday.
Dr. Seuss Day is generally observed in the United States of America on the 2nd day of March each year. However, if it falls on a weekend, it is observed on the day before (if Saturday) or day after (if Sunday) March 2.
The Origin and Purpose of the Dr. Seuss Day:
Dr. Seuss Day is also called National Read across America Day. This special day is celebrated nationwide on the birthday of Dr. Seuss, a well-known writer of children’s books in America. It was initiated by the National Education Association in 1997.
In March 2, 1998, the holiday was first observed to honour Dr. Seuss and promote reading of children’s’ books by children and all other reading materials for adults. Dr. Seuss’ famous books are “The Cat in the Hat,” “How the Grinch Stole Christmas!” and “Green Eggs.”
The Dr. Seuss Day observance:
Events and activities are hosted and participated by schools, community centres and libraries on this holiday. Activities include reading activities, book fairs and theatrical performances. Volunteering to read aloud to a group of people is also a form of joining the celebration. Making reading pledges, donating birthday cupcakes and books are also welcomed.
When is the Dr. Seuss Day in 2019?
Dr. Seuss Day is on March 2, 2010, a Saturday.