By Susan Winlow
“So, how many of you know how old Dr. Seuss would be if he were still alive?”
Kristen Murray, the children’s librarian at the Cordelia branch of the Solano County Library, posed the question to Nelda Mundy Elementary School kindergartners Monday as they prepared to hear some Dr. Seuss tomes from the Cat in the Hat himself.
Plus a few more numbers tossed from the mouths of 5-year-olds.
The answer: Theodor Seuss Geisel, the beloved author of such classics as “Hop on Pop,” Red Light, Green Light” and “The Cat in the Hat” would have been 111 on Monday.