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By Stephanie Thompson
People Editor 

Dressed up to learn about rhymes


Stephanie Thompson

Raelyn Callihan, dressed as one of the things, doesn't let the blue wig falling off of her head distract her from her work.

It was as if characters from Dr. Seuss' books came to life and were living at the Sweetwater County Child Developmental Center last Thursday.

From characters like Cindy Lou Who, the Cat in the Hat, Thing One and Thing Two, the children were dressed up and ready to learn about Dr. Seuss and his great books.

Throughout the building, children enjoyed dressing up to celebrate Dr. Seuss' March 2 birthday, but more seemed to be dressed up in the Seussville class, which was fitting.

CDC teacher Jennifer Rundell said Dr. Seuss' books are bright, colorful and imaginative and the children really seem...

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