Dr. Seuss Museum

Here’s to Dr. Seuss! His children’s books are timeless. I think most adults know his rhyming stories. My favorite is “Green Eggs and Ham”. Oh, that Sam-I-am! Thank you Dan over at No Facilities for this Dr. Seuss post and a tour of his museum. Play hard and read!

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From the museum webpage: The Amazing World of Dr. Seuss Museum, the newest museum on the Quadrangle (where four other museums are located), is devoted to Springfield native Theodor Geisel, aka Dr. Seuss!

Theodor Seuss Geisel, March 2, 1904 – September 24, 1991) was an American children’s author. He also worked as a political cartoonist, illustrator, poet, animator, and filmmaker. He is most famous for his work writing and illustrating more than 60 books under the pen name Dr. Seuss.

Geisel’s parents were Henrietta (née Seuss) and Theodor Robert Geisel. His father managed the family brewery and, when the brewery was closed (because of Prohibition), he was appointed to supervise Springfield’s public park system. Mulberry Street in Springfield, made famous in his first children’s book “And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street,” is near his boyhood home on Fairfield Street. The importance of these facts will become…

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About Jennie

I have been teaching preschool for over thirty-five years. This is my passion. I believe that children have a voice, and that is the catalyst to enhance or even change the learning experience. Emergent curriculum opens young minds. It's the little things that happen in the classroom that are most important and exciting. That's what I write about. I was a live guest on the Kelly Clarkson Show. I am highlighted in the seventh edition of Jim Trelease's million-copy bestselling book, "The Read-Aloud Handbook" because of my reading to children. My class has designed quilts that hang as permanent displays at the National Liberty Museum in Philadelphia, the Fisher House at the Boston VA Hospital, and the Massachusetts State House in Boston.
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28 Responses to Dr. Seuss Museum

  1. Thank you for sharing, Jennie! I hope this evil discussion about him now is over. As sad it is, but each time in the past had its problems. Best wishes for a wonderful week. Michael

  2. Carla says:

    I didn’t know there was a Dr. Seuss Museum, nor did I realize how much there was to see and do in Springfield. I am putting it on my places to go list. Thanks for sharing Jennie.

  3. Darlene says:

    I love that there is a Dr. Seuss Museum. It looks like so much fun.

  4. You had me at: “Play hard and read”

  5. That must have been a fun tour. Thanks for sharing, Jennie. I’m heading over to Dan’s. 😀

  6. I don’t think Dr.Seuss was such a big thing over here, but the museum looks well cool!

  7. It was a super post by Dan. Thanks for the repost.

  8. beth says:

    I had no idea he had a museum , I’d love to visit

  9. I enjoyed my vicarious tour of the Dr. Seuss Museum!

  10. frenchc1955 says:

    This place looks wonderful!

  11. beetleypete says:

    Have a great visit, Jennie. 🙂
    Best wishes, Pete.

  12. dolphinwrite says:

    I grew up on Dr. Seuss and other wonderful books. I loved Beverly Clearly books as well as Encyclopedia Brown, due to the detective aspect. I loved the time I grew up.

  13. Norah says:

    A perfect share, Jennie. It looks amazing.

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