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Parting Shot — 3.2.12

Teresa Robinson of the Mississippi Association of Educators takes a phone photograph of “Thing 1 and Thing 2,” Friday at Lee Elementary School in Jackson, Miss. Faculty, staff, guest readers dressed up as Dr. Seuss characters to participate in the America Reads-Mississippi to celebrate Read Across America Day to promote literacy across Mississippi. Robinson decided to dress up as the infamous “Cat in the Hat,” complete with makeup. (AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis)

Question: Which Dr. Seuss character is most like you?

Dr. Seuss Going Strong At 108

A scene is shown from the animated feature film from 20th Century Fox Animation, “Horton Hears A Who.” The film featured the voices of Jim Carrey and Steve Carell and, of course, is based on the Dr. Seuss children's book of the same name. Children's author Theodor Seuss Geisel was born on this date in 1904. (Graphic: Blue Sky Studios)

Question: The first Dr. Seuss book I read was “And to Think I Saw It on Mulberry Street.” I think I was in my early years in school, mebbe grades 1 to 3. What was the first Seuss book that you read?

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