Read Across America Day

Every year many libraries and schools celebrate reading on Read Across America Day, usually held on Dr. Seuss‘s birthday (Mar. 2), except that’s Sunday this year, so we’re celebrating on March 3! But why wait until Monday? Read some good books this weekend, either to yourself or to some kids!

Harold Andersen Library (HAL) has good books for everybody!

You can read them inside HAL.
You can read them with a pal.

You can read them to your kiddies.
You can read them to your kitties!

You can read whilst snowflakes blow.
You can read at twelve below.

You can read of places you’ve not traveled.
You can read as mysteries are unraveled.

Oh, the pleasures of good books!
Most are worth much more than brief looks.

My apologies to Dr. Seuss. If you’d like to find titles by Dr. Seuss in Andersen Library. check HALCat. You can search for other authors, or titles, or topics too! Or peruse the Browsing Books collection near the Circulation Desk for science fiction, westerns, mysteries, and other recent fiction or non-fiction.

Please ask a librarian for assistance with using the catalog.

About Barbara

I am a Reference & Instruction librarian, head of that department in Andersen Library, an associate professor, and a member of the General Education Review Committee and Faculty Senate. I've been working at UW-W since July 1, 1990.
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