Item description for A Great Day for Pup! (Cat in the Hat's Learning Library) by Bonnie Worth & Aristides Ruiz...
Overview The Cat in the Hat travels the globe to introduce Dick and Sally to various animal babies in the wild.
Publishers Description From Australia to Asia to Africa to Antarctica, the Cat in the Hat travels the globe in search of wild animal babies.
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Studio: Random House Books for Young Readers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.24" Width: 6.72" Height: 0.34" Weight: 0.45 lbs.
Release Date Feb 26, 2002
Publisher Random House Books for Young Readers
ISBN 037581096X ISBN13 9780375810961
Availability 15 units. Availability accurate as of Jan 20, 2017 09:50.
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More About Bonnie Worth & Aristides Ruiz
BONNIE WORTH is the author of countless books for young readers, among them fourteen Cat in the Hat Learning Library books, including Oh Say Can You Say Di-No-Saur?, If I Ran the Rain Forest, Oh Say Can You Seed? (winner of the 2003 Ohio Farm Bureau Award), Hark! A Shark!, and If I Ran the Horse Show.
Bonnie Worth currently resides in Middletown, in the state of New York.
Bonnie Worth has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about A Great Day for Pup! (Cat in the Hat's Learning Library)?
Mostly good, last page very ill informed! Mar 1, 2002
This is the latest addition to the Cat In the Hat Learning Library. We have all of this set and I highly recommend each of them, except this one.
I am a professional naturalist for the National Park Service and my five year old son just eats this stuff up. Unfortunately, after the Cat In The Hat spends the whole book rhyming delightfully about baby animals, he then suggests that you can turn your backyard into A "Wild baby daycare center" ("Your mother will not mind at all if you do.")
It is dangerous to children to suggest they handle wild baby animals, and usually a mistaken kindness (kids can and will find all kinds of orphans who usually aren't), and it is illegal in almost all states to keep native wildlife without a permit. Bonnie Worth's facts are all fine, and her rhymes are devine, but she needs to check on her wildlife ethics. Perhaps they can change this in the next edition.