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At the time of his death in 1991, he had written and illustrated 44 children's books. ABOVE: On March 1, students in Beth Prokesch's English class read their favorite Dr. Seuss books while looking for alliteration, repetition, onomatopoeia, free verse or rhythm and nonsense words. Pictured are Jack Kubinec, Lindsey Diamond, Juliana Cusumann and Aliyah Kimmey reading At the time of his death in 1991, he had written and illustrated 44 children's books. ABOVE: On March 1, students in Beth Prokesch's English class read their favorite Dr. Seuss books while looking for alliteration, repetition, onomatopoeia, free verse or rhythm and nonsense words. Pictured are Jack Kubinec, Lindsey Diamond, Juliana Cusumann and Aliyah Kimmey reading "Oh say can you say Di-no-saur?"
Zoe Peckelun and Emily Bergstrom are two members of a group reading Zoe Peckelun and Emily Bergstrom are two members of a group reading "Horton Hears a Who."
Emily Kiska, Beth Prokesch and Molly Kiska dress in Dr. Seuss attire March 1. Emily Kiska, Beth Prokesch and Molly Kiska dress in Dr. Seuss attire March 1.
Elijah Haupt reads Elijah Haupt reads "The Foot Book" for his group at Salisbury Middle School.

Celebrating the life of Theodor Seuss Geisel at Salisbury Middle School

Wednesday, March 6, 2013 by The Press in School

PRESS PHOTOS BY DEBBIE GALBRAITH

Students in Beth Prokesch's English class celebrated the life of "Dr. Seuss" March 1 as part of Read Across America activities.