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The Morton Mandan Library had a really good celebration Saturday.

In his career, Dr. Seuss published more than 60 books and impacted the lives of generations of children. Yesterday, The Morton Mandan Library celebrated his 115th birthday and what a celebration it was!

According to KFYR TV:

The Morton-Mandan Public Library wanted to celebrate an author read for generations on what would've been his 115th birthday.

Dozens of kids filled the library Saturday afternoon to do arts and crafts, scavenger hunts and make their own tasty rendition of Seuss' characters. Linda Austin with the library is a mother who read a lot of Green Eggs and Ham to her kids.

“Young and old, we've all heard of Dr. Seuss. Grandparents and parents, they all read Dr. Seuss books. It's the type of book that families can enjoy together because we've all got our personal favorites,” said Austin.

It was a great family type celebration and fun was had by all.