REHOBETH--Students at Rehobeth Elementary celebrated Dr. Seuss' birthday Friday.
It's part of Read Across America Day.
News 4's Tessa Darlington read to fourth grade students during their P.E. time.
Each child had a favorite part of the story.
"When she was talking about how the flowers grow on top of her head," said Jesyka Torres.
"I enjoyed when it rhymed, how the story rhymed," said Carson Herring.
The students say they like celebrating Dr. Seuss' birthday because they get to do a lot of stuff at school.