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Happy Birthday Dr.Suess!

Dr. Seuss’s Birthday is March 2nd and lets face it  No American writer has had as great an impact on children's literature as Dr. Seuss. His imaginative characters, vivid illustrations, and catchy rhymes are instantly recognizable to anyone who grew up reading his stories. Create a personal library of children's books by joining Dr. Seuss & His Friends book club.
Great Deal for only $5.95! Includes: - The Cat in the Hat, Mr. Brown Can Moo, Ten Apples On Top, Go Dog Go! & The Tooth Book - Free colorful Cat in the Hat Backpack to carry all your books in. - Free shipping. - Free Dr. Seuss & His Friends Audiobook read by Jason Alexander, David Hyde Pierce or Kelsey Grammer. Note that this is only available during the Dr. Seuss Birthday weekend celebration March 1 – March 3, 2013. 

THEN WHAT?!? I know I always wonder this question. You will receive 3 new books each month. Create lasting memories with the same classic stories you loved as a child. Wacky and wonderful characters will engage and entertain your child. 
Conveniently control your membership online.
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Comments

MamaBreak said…
We adore Dr. Seuss!
Anonymous said…
We just got into the Dr. Seuss stage, I love it. Dr. Seuss has some of my favorite books.
Julia Potvin said…
Dr.Seuss doesn't get much better then him! Classic !
Happy Birthday :)

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