Alexander High School celebrates Dr. Seuss Week

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LAREDO, Texas (KGNS) - It does not matter what age you are, you are never too old to celebrate Read Across America Day!

Students over at Alexander High School celebrated the day with a number of reading activities in honor of Dr. Seuss’ birthday.

Students read their favorite book while they were enjoying their lunch.
This year marks the 21st anniversary when people of all ages can tell stories.

Carmen Escamilla of Alexander says, "In our Bulldog library today we have classes that are coming to work on puzzles, to play all sorts of games, poetry contest, and of course have a sweet cupcake in honor of Dr. Seuss."

Experts say reading aloud can help kids be endowed with a fondness for language and that’s just one advantage.

So let go of that mobile device and go check out a book!

You do not have to groan, we’re sure you’ll be hooked.