Item description for Oh Say Can You Seed?: All About Flowering Plants (Cat in the Hat's Learning Library) by Bonnie Worth & Aristides Ruiz...
Overview The Cat in the Hat tells children what plants are used for, how plants grow, and the different parts of a plant.
Publishers Description With the able assistance of Thing 1 and Thing 2 -- and a fleet of Rube Goldbergian vehicles -- the Cat in the Hat examines the various parts of plants, seeds, and flowers; basic photosynthesis and pollination; and seed dispersal.
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Studio: Random House Books for Young Readers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.2" Width: 6.7" Height: 0.4" Weight: 0.45 lbs.
Release Date Mar 27, 2001
Publisher Random House Books for Young Readers
ISBN 0375810951 ISBN13 9780375810954
Availability 0 units.
More About Bonnie Worth & Aristides Ruiz
BONNIE WORTH is the author of countless books for young readers, among them the Cat in the Hat Learning Library books If I Ran the Rain Forest, Great Day for Pup!, Oh Say Can You Seed? (winner of the 2003 Ohio Farm Bureau Award), There's No Place Like Space!, Wish for a Fish, Oh Say Can You Say Di-No-Saur?, Would You Rather Be a Pollywog?, Ice Is Nice!, and Safari, So Good!
Bonnie Worth currently resides in Middletown, in the state of New York.
Reviews - What do customers think about Oh Say Can You Seed?: All About Flowering Plants (Cat in the Hat's Learning Library)?
Love it! Oct 21, 2007
Love this book!! It gives nonfiction science content in a Dr. Seuss format. Keeps the kids' interest while they learn science - excellent!
A fun book Mar 9, 2006
My 4 year old really enjoys this whole series of Cat in the Hat books. He loves "reading" about insects, flowers, space, etc. The format of this series of books is very similar (if not exact)and are easy to follow and keeps a busy boy captivated. The rhyming, illustrations (& antics) keep my son interested and learning in the process.
It's Not Quite Seuss, But It's Not Bad Jun 7, 2003
Joining the ranks of characters who live on long after their creators has passed away, it's The Cat in the Hat!
Here, you get to see the cat, Thing 1 and Thing 2, and the two kids as they explore the basics of flowering plants. The prose is at an appropriate level for kids who like the longer Dr. Seuss books. The illustrations (by Aristides Ruiz) are so close to the original that I couldn't tell the difference.
The only minor quibble is that the words don't flow QUITE as well as Theodore Geisel's words. Then again, few writer's words do. Also, Ms. Worth is faced with trying to teach a subject and entertain at the same time. At that task, she succeeds admirably.