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Seussology: Bartholemew and the Oobleck

April 11, 2013

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Kingsbridge Library
Major support for children's and young adult programming is provided by the Mr. and Mrs. Timothy R. Barakett Endowment for Children's and Young Adult Programs and Services. Major support for children's and young adult programming is provided by the Katerina and Andreas C. Dracopoulos Family Endowment for Young Audiences. Additional support is provided by Beth and Christopher Kojima; the Estate of Charles J. Mauro; the Estate of William C. Morris; the Estate of Esther Manes; Good Samaritan, Inc.; New York Life Foundation; MetLife Foundation; Sandra Priest Rose; Solon E. Summerfield Foundation, Inc.; Con Edison; Mr. and Mrs. John Klingenstein; Epstein Teicher Philanthropies; Mr. and Mrs. George T. Votis; The Walt Disney Company; U.S. Bancorp Foundation; The Edith Glick Shoolman Children's Foundation; and an anonymous donor.

Theodore Geisel began as a political cartoonist before he transformed how children learn to read by writing the Cat in the Hat. Explore the creative process behind the whimsical connections Dr. Seuss made between reading skills, visual literacy and moral messages in this interdisciplinary class. Presented by the Children's Museum of Manhattan. For children ages 5 and older. Limited to 25 participants.