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New England Schools Celebrate Read Across America Day

Dr. Seuss would have been 112 today. In honor of his birthday schools around New England are celebrating Read Across America Day.

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Alex Caram
And then the Cat in the Hat showed up to read to the students.
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Burlington Public Schools
Burlington, Mass. police Chief Kent reads to a group of students at Francis Wyman School.
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Burlington Public Schools
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Alex Caram
Superintendent Jane Tremblay of the Lynnfield Public Schools reads to a group of students in Alex Caram's library at the Summer Street School.
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Alex Caram
And then the Cat in the Hat showed up to read to the students.
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Scott Wholley
Governor Baker read Green Eggs and Ham to kids at the Kittredge School in North Andover, Mass.
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Upton Police Department
Chief Bradley stopped by Memorial School to read to a 2nd grade class.
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Upton Police Department
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Wayland Police Department
Lt. Patrick Swanick, Detective Sergeant Jamie Berger, Youth Officer Shane Bowles, Officer Colin Fitzpatrick, and Intern Phil Skerry all read to numerous classes at the Goddard School.
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Wayland Police Department
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Wayland Police Department
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Wayland Police Department
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Wayland Police Department
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Lincoln Elementary School
The Lincoln Elementary School in Lincoln, Mass. celebrated Read Across America day.
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Lincoln Elementary School
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Lincoln Elementary School
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Lincoln Elementary School
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Lincoln Elementary School
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Lincoln Elementary School
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Lincoln Elementary School
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