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Students celebrate Dr. Seuss Day at Princeton Primary

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PRINCETON (WVVA)-- Students at Princeton Primary celebrated Dr. Seuss Day in honor of the famous author's birthday Saturday.

The students spent the day reading his books, watching movies, and dressing up as their favorite Dr. Seuss characters. They even had green eggs and ham for lunch.

Faculty say the students really enjoy the Dr. Seuss books because they make reading fun.

"If you're sitting in the classroom, some of the children are even reciting some of the parts of the books so they know the books very well. He's very much loved," Librarian Joni Edgell said.

Edgell says people have been enjoying Dr. Seuss books for the past 75 years and she thinks generations to come will continue reading them.

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