WASHINGTON - Wednesday is "Read Across America Day," the annual celebration of reading that honors the March 2nd birthday of Theodor Seuss Geisel, known as Dr. Seuss.
On this day, kids all over the world pay homage to the beloved children’s book author. The National Education Association says students in classrooms everywhere take part in events geared toward getting young people excited about reading.
At FOX 5, we celebrated the day with a special weather forecast spoken in rhythm (WATCH THE VIDEO ABOVE). We want to hear from you -- head to our Facebook page and tell us which Dr. Seuss story is your favorite.
Find out more about the special day on "Read Across America Day" here: http://www.nea.org/