The work of Dr. Seuss is alive and well with young people, even 110 years after its debut.
In fact, the kids find it mighty tasty.
This week, members of the Haverhill Exchange Club visited Walnut Square School to serve the children green eggs and ham — plus cake.
The event was in honor of the 110th birthday of Dr. Seuss.
The kids gobbled up the food, and some even donned costumes made famous by Dr. Seuss stories.