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Dr. Seuss

Tags: Education


By William, 8
Recorded at CLP Hear Me Project - Allegheny on March 2, 2011
Description:
At a library event celebrating Dr. Seuss's birthday, William discusses why he likes the author and his books, and how his stories can be compared to rap music.



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