They all saw a cat

  • Title: They all saw a cat
  • Author: Brendan Wenzel
  • ISBN: 1452150133
  • Page: 343
  • Format: reli
  • They all saw a cat b A Caldecott Honor BookShortlisted for The Early Years Excellence Award Awarded in the Teach Primary New Children s Fiction Awards The cat walked through the world with its whiskers ears and
    b A 2017 Caldecott Honor BookShortlisted for The Early Years Excellence Award Awarded 5 in the Teach Primary New Children s Fiction Awards The cat walked through the world, with its whiskers, ears and paws d the child saw A CAT, and the dog saw A CAT, and the fox saw A CAT Yes, they all saw the cat In simple, rhythmic prose and ingeniously stylised pictures, Brendan Wenzel takes young readers on a walk alongside a cat But is it really a story about the cat, or is it about the creatures who see it This is a glorious celebration of observation, curiosity and imagination from a bright new talent on the picture book scene, Brendan Wenzel, who promises to be the next Jon Klassen and heir apparent to Bill Martin Jr and Eric Carle.

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    1. They all Saw a Cat est un livre pour enfants magnifique, tout en finesse et en subtilité, avec de splendides illustrations colorées.Les petits observeront les différentes apparences du chat. Pour les plus grands, ce livre pourra être une invitation à reflechir sur les apparences et la façon dont nous nous percevons.Il y a très peu de texte et les phrases sont très simples: Des personnes qui parlent un peu anglais pourront sans peine traduire le livre en direct pour des enfants non anglop [...]

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    2. This book is really amazing. I'm a sucker for new picture books for my 3.5 year old son. I prefer books with at least a subtle message of social awareness. This cat book we read for the first time tonight and my son immediately wanted to read it again. The words are very simple, but there is a story. The phrasing is repetitive, which is nice for my son because he likes to contribute and quickly figured out the pattern, if you can even call it that and recite the story. The illustrations really m [...]

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    3. I am a retired early childhood art teacher. Every illustration in this book stands alone as a piece of art while serving as a wonderful manual to encourage young minds to enjoy and hone their natural observation skills. The story demonstrates without preaching, the fact that every pair of eyes sees the world in their own different way (even their peers). It may also be your kid's first zoology book, since it accurately shows the difference in each animal's capabilities of vision and sense perce [...]

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    4. It’s funny. Unless you’re a teacher or librarian, a grown adult that does not work or live with children will come into very little contact with picture books. Then, one day, they produce a few kids and BLAMMO! They are shot into a world they haven’t visited since they were young themselves. They grab frantically at the classics, discover that a lot of them don’t work with very very young children (since when did “Horton Hatches the Egg” have so many words?!?), and then occasiona [...]

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    5. I got this for my 5 year old as a gift to celebrate his first day of kindergarten. He's all about trucks and dinosaurs, but when I read this he became fully absorbed by the different perspectives of each creature encountered by the cat. I had to throw in some extra lines to keep the story going, but what a lovely picture book! I wanted to share with my son that out in the big world everyone has a story and different ways of seeing and experiencing things. I'm very glad this book helped me deliv [...]

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    6. Love, love, love this book!The concept of this book - to teach about point-of-view - is brilliantly executed in such an eloquently visual way! Even I have never thought about kitties in all the ways talked about in this book - especially from the point of view of a bee or a fox. The illustrations are vibrant and engaging. This is a book that I will gift over and over again.Well done!

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