Item description for Telling Time with Big Mama Cat by Dan Harper, Barry Moser & Cara Moser...
Overview Big Mama Cat tells time to remember all the important things she has to do--a snack at 9:00, a nap at 10:00, sneaking onto the forbidden chair at 11:00--offering a warm story that teaches children how to tell time.
Publishers Description A snack at 9:00, a nap at 10:00, sneaking onto the forbidden chair at 11:00--telling time is the only way Big Mama Cat can remember all the important things she has to do. Follow Big Mama Cat from sunrise till day's end, and you can learn to tell time, too A sturdy fold-out page at the front of the book reveals a clock with movable plastic hands. Young readers can change the time as Big Mama Cat moves from one adventure to the next in her busy day.
Citations And Professional Reviews Telling Time with Big Mama Cat by Dan Harper, Barry Moser & Cara Moser has been reviewed by professional book reviewers and journalists at the following establishments -
Wilson Children's Catalog - 01/01/2006 page 887
Publishers Weekly - 06/22/1998 page 91
Booklist - 08/01/1998 page 1999
School Library Journal - 12/01/1998 page 84
Booklist Ed Choice Youth - 01/01/1999 page 784
Kirkus Review - Children - 08/01/1998 page 1117
Hornbook Guide to Children - 07/01/1998 page 13
Wilson Children's Catalog 96 - 01/01/1999 page 65
Wilson Children's Catalog - 01/01/2001 page 610
Hornbook Guide to Children - 01/01/1999 page 13
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Studio: HMH Books
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.5" Width: 8.25" Height: 10.25" Weight: 0.75 lbs.
Release Date Oct 15, 1998
Publisher Harcourt Children's Books
ISBN 0152017380 ISBN13 9780152017385
Availability 6 units. Availability accurate as of Oct 25, 2016 10:37.
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More About Dan Harper, Barry Moser & Cara Moser
BARRY MOSER is the prize-winning illustrator of many beautiful books for children and adults, including Harcourt s Telling Time with Big Mama Cat and Sit, Truman!, both co-illustrated by his daughter Cara Moser and written by Dan Harper. He has won the American Book Award and earned accolades from the American Library Association and the American Institute of Graphic Arts. Mr. Moser lives in western Massachusetts.
Dan Harper currently resides in the state of Massachusetts. Dan Harper was born in 1963.
Reviews - What do customers think about Telling Time with Big Mama Cat?
A Great Gift May 2, 2008
I purchased "Telling Time with Big Mama Cat" as part of a birthday gift for a 5 year-old. The gift also included "Telling Time: How to Tell Time on Digital and Analog Clocks!" and the Timex Kids' Time Teacher Rotating Disc Dinosaur Watch #T7B121. Big Mama Cat was a HUGE hit!
A Wonderful Relaxing Book Mar 17, 2008
I read this warm and wonderful book to my 2 year old grandson every day - we read it at least twice or three times. He just loves it. He has a cat at home and can relate to Big Mama Cat. He also loves clocks and goes around our house collecting them during the day. This is a great book for helping to teach a child how to tell time or just to familiarize them with the clock and how it works. At 2 years old, my grandson is a little young for learning how to tell time but he really does enjoy this book and I believe he is learning something about "time" every time we read it. I highly recommend this book.
Great book for young clock and cat lovers Dec 22, 2007
I bought this book for my 19 month old nephew who loves clocks and also has a cat, so this is perfect for him. I am a little concerned about the book's durability as the first one I ordered arrived damaged, with holes along the spine. I have not given it to him yet but I am sure it will be a hit. I love the concept of moving the clock around to match the times of day discussed in the book. The artwork is great and the story is something he will be able to relate to for the next 5 years or so. Well done!
Sweet Kitty! Sep 30, 2001
Whether you're teaching your kids to tell time or not, this book is so charming! The illustrations are beautiful, and perfectly capture the lazy/hungry/cuddly nature of cats. It works as a picture book for younger children, with not too many words on a page, and I imagine it would be a good teaching tool as well.
Cat lovers delight Aug 6, 2000
This pleasantly simple picturebook features a nicely illustrated cat who describes her day. A foldout moveable clock allows children to match the hands of the clock with the time of day being described by Mother Cat. The pictures are soothing and the work is both comforting and fun.