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The Cat in the Hat Poor Sally And Her Brother It S Cold And Wet And They Re Stuck In The House With Nothing To Do Until A Giant Cat In A Hat Shows Up, Transforming The Dull Day Into A Madcap Adventure And Almost Wrecking The Place In The Process Written By Dr Seuss In 1957 In Response To The Concern That Pallid Primers With Abnormally Courteous, Unnaturally Clean Boys And Girls Were Leading To Growing Illiteracy Among Children, The Cat In The Hatthe First Random House Beginner Book Changed The Way Our Children Learn How To Read.Book Details Format Hardcover Publication Date 3 12 1957 Pages 72 Reading Level Age 3 And Up

10 thoughts on “The Cat in the Hat

  1. says:

    This kids book is, in my opinion, a nightmare quality horror story Why, you ask What s scary about a funny looking cat shudder Well, what s so scary about these cute thingsWell, there actually is nothing scary about that last one That still doesn t make it any less of a nightmare Sometimes I have nightmares where everything goes wrong, but I am helpless to do anyth

  2. says:

    I like that at the end of this book, when the mother comes home and the text reads Should we tell her about itNow, what SHOULD we doWell What would YOU do If your mother asked YOU My daughter always looks...

  3. says:

    Without a doubt one of the signature Seuss books THE SCHRODINGER S CAT IS OUT OF THE HAT He should not be here. He should not be about, He should not be here, When your mother is out, It was a tale hard to rate,and I imagine how shocked must be for many of you, when you notice my 3 stars rate.Three stars For The Cat in the Hat The very tale that it s an emblem about

  4. says:

    Book ReviewEveryone s heard of SEUSS Dr I hope 4 stars to The Cat in the Hat, an adorable children s book full of little amusing pictures and rhymes.Kids love the absurdity It s an opportunity for the reader to use different voices to dress up to be free and fun and just enjoy reading.Though it could be used as a way to teach kids about rhymes, as well as what s real

  5. says:

    In honor of Dr Seuss birthday I post an annual review of one of his works Normally they fart sunshine and rainbows, but today we re going to spend a minute with the book that makes me want to I know this is a classic and it s Seuss and no one is supposed to blaspheme when it comes to his good name, but co...

  6. says:

    I don t remember ever reading Dr Suess I m sure I did, only it was SO long ago , so this just put me in such good spirits I remember how giddy these made me feel, and the rhyming is just so whimsical, no books can compare to these I m collecting all of Dr Suess s work and this was j...

  7. says:

    Ding dong,I can be a magician.I can be anything,But an alsatian.The illustrations The uproarious juggles of the feline and the mess that he leaves about.Though the high tech gadgets bailed the cat out but Sally and he...

  8. says:

    What else can be said of this all time children s classic except that it is as enjoyable to read as an adult I have three boys, two grown now, and all three have listened to me read this to them and perhaps there was a while when I could have read it in my sleep and may have If you ever go to Univ...

  9. says:

    The most cynical book ever written describes the cycle of every generation first you hate the machine, then you rage against the machine, then you embrace the machine, then you become the machine.Sally and her brother, who, like Dostoevsky s sick man and Ralph Ellison s Invisible Man, will remain unnamed, join with the force of revolution, embodied by the Cat in the Hat To

  10. says:

    All i ve read this past week is children s books and I m not even mad about it

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