PHOTO: Has Horton heard?

Westmount resident and Dr. Seuss fan Sue Adams has gotten into the spirit of Whoville, as she and her husband created their very own backyard display at 1864 Dickenson Rd., off Walkem Road. The display is open to the public, with a suggested donation of a new or gently-used book to be donated to Kamloops Literacy. Visitors can enjoy hot chocolate and special treats on Fridays and Saturdays up until Christmas.

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