The Cat in the Hat,
Horton Hears a Who,
Green Eggs and Ham,
Hop on Pop,
I bet just the names of these stories brings back fond memories of the first time you stepped into the wonderful and magical world of Dr. Seuss.
I first considered doing a Dr. Seuss show after visiting so many libraries and realizing that the entertainment for kids primarily consisted of Story Tellers performing original materials. And though this is wonderful entertainment and quite educational no one was presenting the stories they knew and loved. I mean alternative music is great but sometimes you just want to hear the classics.
And what is more classic than Dr. Seuss?
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