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Kadena Elementary pays tribute to Dr. Seuss

Mayra and Leilani Tolliver make Dr. Seuss hats during Kadena Elementary School's tribute to Dr. Seuss March 2. Dozens of students and parents celebrated the famous author's birthday with a series of games and activities including eating green eggs and ham. (Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Jason Lake)

Mayra and Leilani Tolliver make Dr. Seuss hats during Kadena Elementary School's tribute to Dr. Seuss March 2. Dozens of students and parents celebrated the famous author's birthday with a series of games and activities including eating green eggs and ham. (Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Jason Lake)

Marian and Marigail Reyna play a Dr. Seuss children's computer learning game as part of Kadena Elementary School's Dr. Suess birthday celebration March 2. Dozens of students and parents celebrated the famous author's birthday with a series of games and activities including eating green eggs and ham. (Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Jason Lake)

Marian and Marigail Reyna play a Dr. Seuss children's computer learning game as part of Kadena Elementary School's Dr. Suess birthday celebration March 2. Dozens of students and parents celebrated the famous author's birthday with a series of games and activities including eating green eggs and ham. (Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Jason Lake)

Nancy Speer (left), a Kadena Elementary School literacy specialist, reads "Sneeches" by Dr. Seuss to Tayson, Tatum and Kara Barney during the school's birthday tribute to the famous author March 2. Dozens of students and parents read books, played computer learning games and ate green eggs and ham. (Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Jason Lake)

Nancy Speer (left), a Kadena Elementary School literacy specialist, reads "Sneeches" by Dr. Seuss to Tayson, Tatum and Kara Barney during the school's birthday tribute to the famous author March 2. Dozens of students and parents read books, played computer learning games and ate green eggs and ham. (Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Jason Lake)