Recently, the Cat in the Hat visited the children at Discovery Learning Center.
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In honor of Dr. Seuss, the Cat in the Hat read stories, hopped on pop (bubble wrap taped to the floor), and ate green eggs and ham with the children at lunch time.
This is an annual celebration that the center looks forward to every year.
The Cat in the Hat has been coming to the center for more than over 15 years as a way to promote the importance of reading to children of all ages.