Oh, the Pets You Can Get!: All About Our Animal Friends

Oh the Pets You Can Get All About Our Animal Friends The Cat and Co take off to the faraway land of Gerpletz where they know quite a lot about caring for pets especially cats dogs guinea pigs birds and bunnies From the food shelter exercise and m

  • Title: Oh, the Pets You Can Get!: All About Our Animal Friends
  • Author: Tish Rabe Joe Mathieu Aristides Ruiz
  • ISBN: 9780375822780
  • Page: 392
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Cat and Co take off to the faraway land of Gerpletz where they know quite a lot about caring for pets especially cats, dogs, guinea pigs, birds, and bunnies From the food, shelter, exercise, and medical care they need to the love and companionship they crave, the Cat teaches beginning readers how to keep their pets and themselves healthy, safe, and happy.

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    1. This book engages you as soon as you look at the cover, with the colorful illustrations of the Cat in the Hat surrounded by animals, it is a very happy scene. The story starts with telling the reader they will be going to "Gerpletz" a place where they know a lot about caring for pets. The book goes into the things it takes to own a pet, like how to care for them, how to hold them, what type of cage they would like, it is very informative to teach children the biggest things on how to care for a [...]

    2. Spoiler: there are oh so many pets you can get.Considering this was a maybe-this-book-will-put-cranky-six-month-old-to-sleep read for me, it was surprisingly decent and definitely the highlight of my babysitting experience, aside from aforementioned six month old's explosive diarrhea.

    3. I got this from the library because I was hoping it would clue Deacon in that it isn't really okay to bite the cat, even if it's gently. Unfortunately, I'm not sure if there's a book in existence that goes over that, really. Aside from that, this is a decent rhyming book about pets ranging from cats, to dogs, to rabbits, etc. and was pretty informative about some of the basic care that these animals needed. I don't really enjoy the Cat in the Hat spinoff books, mostly because it feels vaguely li [...]

    4. This is a great book that talks about how to pick out the best pet as well as how to care for your pets. Our girls noticed right away that it is full of "real things," as opposed to the typical Dr. Seuss books that have make believe creatures, places and things. It follows the typical Dr. Seuss book format and is educational without being too preachy or boring. The only bad part was having to quell the excitement our girls mustered for getting new pets (we already have quite a few!)

    5. The Cat and Co. take off to the faraway land of Gerpletz where they know quite a lot about caring for pets 14especially cats, dogs, guinea pigs, birds, and bunnies! From the food, shelter, exercise, and medical care they need to the love and companionship they crave, the Cat teaches beginning readers how to keep their pets (and themselves!) healthy, safe, and happy.

    6. I bought this book when I was pregnant, in anticipation of my child because we have a pet. The book tells of how to care for cats and dogs in Seussian rhyme. It is a lot of fun to read, if only my daughter would let me get to the end, lol.

    7. My son got this for Christmas from his aunt. It is a darling little book and so informative about getting different types of pets for kids (and adults, for that matter). It is a bit long to read to a little one but is great nonetheless.

    8. Story that teaches the importance of caring for your pet. How to feed them, give them clean water, and even doctor visits once at least once a year. This book's bright illustrations held my baby girl's attention.

    9. All of the Cat in the Hat library books have been nice to read. They are science books without being 'science in your face' books. Children learning as they read ( being read to) without knowing they are learning. Told in rhyming paragraphs makes reading fun and easy.

    10. Although not written by Dr. Seuss this book is a fun way to mix fiction and nonfiction using characters that kids know and love

    11. Just like all the rest I loved this one also!!!!!! Going to read this one to the 2nd graders at Dover Elementary on March 3rd. Hope they enjoy it!!!!!

    12. Pretty good book. Cute bunnies, but a hutch is not enough for a rabbit so i'll give it four stars in light of conveying a poor message in one of the rhymes.

    13. Borrowed this from one of our Reading profs mistaking it for an actual Dr. Seuss book at first. Cute way to explain to kids everything about pets. I even learned a thing or two!

    14. I enjoy the silly rhymes in Dr. Seuss books but I do find that they are quite lengthy for preschool story time.

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