Saturday Mar 02 2013 comments Read across America By: Kim Palaferri, Auburn Journal Photographer -A +A Rock Creek kindergartner Andrew Alonzo, stirs up some green eggs on Read Across America day in celebration of Dr. Seuss’s birthday. Friday on Read Across America day, kids all across the country celebrated Dr. Seuss’s birthday with a green eggs and ham breakfast. Here, Robert Ramiriz takes a turn prepping the yummy breakfast before reading a Seuss favorite Green Eggs and Ham. Beckie Lopez King, kindergarten teacher at Rock Creek elementary, shows her students green eggs that their breakfast came from. Guadalupe Gonzalez, parent volunteer in Beckie Lopez King's kindergarten class, makes up a batch of green eggs and ham in celebration of Dr. Seuss's birthday. It was a very special day at school on Friday as kids across the country celebrated Read Across America. Some even made green eggs and ham like the kindergarten students in Beckie Lopez-Kings class. Paige Bass-Walters adjusts her Cat in the Hat hat before the Read Across American festivities begin in her class. Schools across the country celebrated Dr. Seuss's birthday with, cake, reading, and some even were treated to green eggs and ham after Seuss's book. Abril Sanchez, left, Delaney Riley, and Robert Ramiriz, enjoy their green eggs and ham burritos on Dr. Seuss's birthday. Daniel Berlant, President of the Auburn Union Elementary School District, reads one of his favorite childhood books, Dr. Seuss's One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish. Lysa Sassman, 2nd grade teacher at Rock Creek Elementary, introduces a special guest, Daniel Berlant, who was there to read them a story for Read Across America on Friday March 1st. Michele Schuetz, Superintendent for Auburn Union Elementary School District, reads her favorite book to 2nd graders at Rock Creek Elementary. Lysa Sassman, 2nd grade teacher at Rock Creek, celebrates Read Across America day with her students.