2017-03-16 / Front Page

Rally for reading

Cops, firefighters celebrate Seuss


SHARING BOOKS—Above, LAPD Officer Richard Wall reads “Oh, the Places You’ll Go” to a second-grade class at Walnut Elementary School on March 2, Dr. Seuss’ birthday. At left, Ventura County Firefighter Justin Dilworth reads another Seuss classic to a fourth-grade class at the Newbury Park school. SHARING BOOKS—Above, LAPD Officer Richard Wall reads “Oh, the Places You’ll Go” to a second-grade class at Walnut Elementary School on March 2, Dr. Seuss’ birthday. At left, Ventura County Firefighter Justin Dilworth reads another Seuss classic to a fourth-grade class at the Newbury Park school.


CAPTIVATED— Second-grader Kaisen Espinoza listens while Tim Hagel, Thousand Oaks chief of police, reads “The Lorax.” The Seuss fest was part of Read Across America Day. 
Photos by RICHARD GILLARD/Acorn Newspapers CAPTIVATED— Second-grader Kaisen Espinoza listens while Tim Hagel, Thousand Oaks chief of police, reads “The Lorax.” The Seuss fest was part of Read Across America Day. Photos by RICHARD GILLARD/Acorn Newspapers

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