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Worzalla Stocks Little Free Libraries' Bookshelves to Celebrate Dr. Seuss Day

Worzalla Stocks Little Free Libraries' Bookshelves to Celebrate Dr. Seuss Day

Nationally ranked book printer donates books to promote reading accessibility in the community.

Worzalla associates posed with a few of the 500 books that were donated to the Stevens Point Community.

Stevens Point, Wisconsin (March 2, 2023) - In Celebration of Dr. Seuss' 119th birthday, Worzalla, an employee-owned book printer specializing in printing high-quality children's books, cookbooks, and hard-cover bestsellers, is donating 500 books to nearly two dozen Free Little Libraries throughout the Stevens Point community. For 130 years, Worzalla has been committed to printing high quality products and books, as well as helping residents of all ages discover a love for reading.

“Dr. Seuss Day is celebrated across the country to acknowledge the impact of reading and to inspire children to explore new worlds and ideas," said Kendra Robinson, Human Resources Program Coordinator at Worzalla. "It is part of Worzalla's mission to create opportunities for children to have access to books within their communities, especially on Read Across America Day."

Dr. Seuss Day, also known as Read Across America Day, was created by the National Education Association to honor the famed children's book author's birthday and inspire students to read more books. The Stevens Point area has about two dozen Little Free Libraries throughout the community, which are small structures that community members have voluntarily built to house books for the community to borrow free of charge.

To celebrate this nationally recognized holiday, Worzalla associates have volunteered to deliver classic and new titles to Little Free Libraries for residents to enjoy.

In addition to printing an assortment of Dr. Seuss titles, Worzalla works with many of the country's top publishers to produce popular children's books, such as current titles like the Diary of a Wimpy Kid series from Abrams Books but also classics like Where the Wild Things Are from HarperCollins.

Worzalla continues to support literacy in the community with various community involvement activities throughout the year. For example, donating books to libraries and schools, sponsoring literacy and learning events, and participating in community-wide fundraisers and charity events. Through employee engagement efforts, Worzalla associates have participated in fundraisers for the Portage County Literacy Council, the United Way of Portage County, the YMCA, the Boys and Girls Club, the Salvation Army, Toys for Tots and others. Worzalla also hosts companywide contests, raffles, spirit weeks, and potlucks with something new almost every month. To learn more, visit

About Worzalla

Worzalla is an employee-owned printing company headquartered in Stevens Point, Wisconsin. Founded in 1892, Worzalla has over 125 years in experience in creating high-quality custom products for its customers. Worzalla specializes in the production of cookbooks, children's and lifestyle books, and is dedicated to exceeding expectations for quality, service, and delivery. From small to large publishers, Worzalla is the printer the industry turns to for manufacturing high profile projects and award-winning books. With numerous industry awards for safety and workplace culture, Worzalla is consistently ranked as one of the top places to work in central Wisconsin. For more information, visit

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