Dr. Seuss comes alive at the German-American Heritage Center!

There are few things more hilarious than the beloved comedic writing of the late Dr. Seuss. From our first exposure to stories as an infant to laughing hysterically at the charm that the stories provide in our first early reading steps to a smile of reminiscence at the silly-yet-poetic rhymes of Dr. Seuss fill all of us with a sense of child-like splendor.

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Actor, Duffy Hudson, sets the stage during his Dr. Seuss production at Buena Park Library

Just last week during student teaching, my second graders, cooperating teacher, and I celebrated the birthday of the favorite author with Dr. Seuss brain breaks, read-alouds, and our rendition of a scrumptious Green Eggs and Ham snack. The German American Heritage Center is setting the stage for children of today to carry on the wonder of the infamous Dr. Seuss through their latest program, Duffy Does Dr. Seuss on March 10th, 2018.

Second grade students at Denkmann Elementary (RI) enjoy a parody of Green Eggs and Ham on the author’s birthday

Performed by Broadway actor Duffy Hudson, Dr. Seuss will come alive in a spectacular revival of his most popular poetic prose. The 45-minute production of stories that will include the popular Horton Hears a Who, And to Think I saw it on Mulberry Street, The Sneeches, The Zax, The Big Brag, and What Was I Scared of?

Children and adults of all ages are welcomed. The event on March 10th will begin at 2 P.M. at the German American Heritage Center, located at 712 West 2nd Street in Davenport, Iowa. Tickets are are available for a $5 purchase here. For more information on the German American Heritage Center and future events, visit their website.

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Katy Williams A life-long Quad Cities resident, Katy is a Preschool through 4th Grade ESL Teacher at a local elementary school. She attended St. Ambrose University, graduating in May 2018 with a B.A. in Elementary Education with ESL and Reading concentrations and an English minor. She loves running, traveling, cooking, working with kids, spending time with her fiance and her family and friends, education, and putting a pen to paper. She will be getting married to her fiance, Austin, in May 2019. Her writing credits include the Dispatch-Argus Newspaper, Radish Magazine, Midwest Writing Center and being a writing tutor at SAU and now for The Princeton Review's Tutor.com.

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