Reading has become something we tend to overlook, but there really is nothing like exploring a book! Okay, maybe we should leave the rhyming to the professionals… It’s just hard not to be excited about the New York Public Library’s tribute to the world’s most whimsical rhyming author, Dr. Seuss. Made from 25,000 Dr. Seuss books, the 26 foot tall “Read” sign stood outside of the library to honor Seuss’s birthday and encourage more children to get lost in a book. (Because it would be hard to overlook the library with such a bold message, even at a Dr. Seuss level.) David Stark designed and built the sign for the Read Across America program which worked with Target to donate the books to New York schools.


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