An Ordinary Reading Of Dr. Seuss Turns Into An Epic Performance

Jul 27, 2015 By Sarah Brennan
On March 2nd of this year, Theodor Seuss Geisel, or Dr. Seuss, would have been 113 years old. Although he's been gone for quite a while, the American writer's work still lives on in the modern day. Many events and even holidays have sparked because of Seuss including "Read Across America," a nationwide reading celebration that takes place every year on his birthday.

Dr. Seuss' books have not only touched the lives of young children. They've influenced readers of all ages. This high school class enjoys the reading of "Oh, The Places You'll Go!" in the best way. While the teacher reads, a couple of boys in the back begin to beatbox. Dr. Seuss' rhymes never sounded quite like this.
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