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We've caught the Seussian fever here at Canada Writes, and as of today we're celebrating two weeks of "Seusstivus" with Canadian children's authors... and one Grinchily addictive Twitter challenge.

We have a winner! The Seusstivus Twitter Challenge  »

We thought Seusstivus was a lot of fun and judging by the entries we got, so did you!

Frieda Wishinsky: Read, and then reread  »

The author of Please, Louise! shares some of the classics she turns to for inspiration.

Seusstivus Holiday Twitter Challenge All-Stars: Part 2  »

Bad presents, a charred Santa, and an abundance of snow.

Seusstivus Holiday Twitter Challenge All-Stars: Part 1  »

Overeating (and overdrinking), falling trees and clumsy pets.

Sara O'Leary: Making it up  »

The author of the beloved "Henry" series on the value of making children's stories "more than true."

Richard Thake: Fun writing is fun reading  »

The author of the Sir Seth Thistlethwaite series shares his top two techniques when writing for kids.

12 Write-a-ma-things!  »

Canadian children's authors come up with a dozen new Seussian words to describe how they write.

Lisa Dalrymple: No two days are ever the same  »

The Skink on the Brink author's musings on rolling with the good and bad.

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