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Webster Parish Libraries Celebrates Read Across America Week with Coloring Contest

by Minden Press-Herald

Webster Parish Libraries is gearing up for a fun-filled Read Across America Week with an exciting coloring contest inspired by Dr. Seuss’s beloved characters. As part of the festivities, Thing 1️⃣, Thing 2️⃣, and The Cat In The Hat are making special appearances to encourage young readers to dive into the wonderful world of books.

The library is inviting all talented young patrons to unleash their creativity and showcase their artistic skills by participating in the coloring contest. Children will have the opportunity to put their unique spin on the whimsical characters from Dr. Seuss’s classic tale, “The Cat In The Hat.”

Participants are encouraged to let their imaginations run wild as they bring The Cat In The Hat and his mischievous companions to life on paper. Whether it’s vibrant colors, imaginative designs, or playful embellishments, all entries are welcome.

The deadline to submit entries for the coloring contest is March 13th. Parents and guardians are encouraged to assist their children in submitting their masterpieces to the library for consideration. Prizes will be awarded to the most creative and imaginative entries.

Read Across America Week is a nationwide celebration that promotes the joy of reading and commemorates the birthday of renowned children’s author, Dr. Seuss. Through engaging activities like the coloring contest, Webster Parish Libraries aims to inspire a love for reading and foster creativity among young readers in the community.

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