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DENVER — Just when you thought you knew everything about Tim Tebow, he does a quarterback sneak.
“How I learned to read was Green Eggs and Ham,” says Tebow, not by actually eating a breakfast gone bad, but by reading the classic children’s book by Dr. Seuss.

Reading helped Tim Tebow overcome dyslexia as a young boy, and as an adult, he appreciates the power of the printed word. Now, he hopes to inspire children, to read.

Tim Tebow is one of the featured celebrities in the annual celebrity webcast “America’s Biggest Story Time.”

All you do is click on the link, and voila, there’s Tim reading his favorite Dr. Seuss story to you and your kids. You can sit back and enjoy, or you can read along by flipping the “pages” online.

“It’s really important to have a reason to pull everybody together and reading can be a huge thing,” Tim says, referring to the family.