Lifestyle Dr. Seuss Day: Celebrate with Dr. Seuss' NYC By Melissa Kravitz email@example.com Updated March 2, 2015 11:39 AM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email March 2 is Dr. Seuss’s birthday -- Dr. Seuss Day! The National Education Association has also named today Read Across America Day. Get reading with a Dr. Seuss book or improvise with one of these New York City inspired Dr. Seuss titles. 'One Fish, Two Fish, I Want Smoked Fish from Shelsky’s' Photo Credit: FACEBOOK/ShelskysSmokedFish Nom. Nom. Nom. Order red fish and blue fish and all of the smoked fish -- and don't forget the shmear! 'The Cat in the Hat That Made Anna Wintour Smile at NYFW' Photo Credit: Getty Images Marc Jacobs, Ralph Lauren, Libertine and more, usually make Ms. Wintour look pretty bored. 'Green Eggs and Ham at Boozy Brunch on the Lower East Side' Photo Credit: FLICKR/wallyg Yes you like them condo-dwelling Sam I Am. And actually you can, you can get green eggs and ham! Check out Birds & Bubbles' rendition. 'Oh the Places You'll Go... Once They Start Gentrifying' Photo Credit: FLICKR/15216811@N06 Enjoying that Crown Heights Starbucks, are you? How about that $14 green juice smoothie in Bed-Stuy too! 'Horton Hears Nothing Because He Lives in Midtown' Photo Credit: FLICKR/javigutierrez Sorry, Horton. Maybe it's time to try anouter borough. "Hop on the G Train, If It Even Comes..." Photo Credit: FLICKR/marcgg Is it here? Is it there? Will we see it anywhere? 'There's a Wocket in My Pocket but I Lost my Metrocard' Photo Credit: FLICKR/rduffy A frequent problem for real life New Yorkers. 'Are You My Landlord?' Photo Credit: FLICKR/yourdon And if so, who are you? And why is our heat never on? (Okay, so this is not by Dr. Seuss, but it would be a good read!) By Melissa Kravitz firstname.lastname@example.org Share on Facebook Share on Twitter More on this topic 28 independent bookstores that prove NYers love to readPlenty of niche shops combat any notion that brick-and-mortar stores are dead. The NYPL's role in Hollywood, more secretsThat's why they have so many books: they're full of secrets. Best NYC books of 2015NYC proved itself yet again in 2015's literary landscape. Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.