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Celebrate National Reading Day at Bedtime

The National Education Association hosts a special celebration each year on March 2, the birthday of Dr. Seuss, to encourage schools, libraries and community groups to bring kids together to read and work on mastering basic skills. Celebrate the day of reading before bedtime by picking up one of your child's favorite tales.



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snobbles snobbles 7 years
I wanted to introduce my story, Snobbles the Great. Snobbles is a little green snake who lives in the Snooze Patch. The claymation and illustrations are extremely colorful, and inspire children to be creative. They are captivating and eye-catching in a impossible-to-put-down kind of way. I find that children cannot seem to put the book down! This story is definitely a family favorite and will help any child "snooze" into sleep.
PeachyKeen19 PeachyKeen19 7 years
Thanks, Lil! :)
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