"What is That?" Said the Cat

What is That Said the Cat Reader Level I found a box said the fox I heard said the bird This simple rhyming Level Hello Reader features the very first sight words new readers learn Full color

  • Title: "What is That?" Said the Cat
  • Author: Grace Maccarone Jeffrey Scherer
  • ISBN: 9780439010238
  • Page: 329
  • Format: Paperback
  • Reader Level 1 I found a box , said the fox I heard , said the bird This simple, rhyming, Level 1 Hello Reader features the very first sight words new readers learn Full color.

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    About "Grace Maccarone Jeffrey Scherer"

    1. Grace Maccarone Jeffrey Scherer

      Grace Maccarone is a children s book editor and the author of many books for young readers, including Miss Lina s Ballerinas, illustrated by Christine Davenier, and the First Grade Friends series, illustrated by Betsy Lewin She lives in Westchester, New Yorkcmillan author gracem

    871 thoughts on “"What is That?" Said the Cat”

    1. "see you later, alligator" makes me think of how we got that idiom started. could it be similar to the "ba-bye felicia" saying?


    2. A picture book for the beginning reader, this 32-page publication offers plenty of repetition of simple words as well as rhyming words to help the new reader. The illustrations have plenty of blank space and are also simple, yet engaging. The humor at the end is delightfully appealing for this age group, even offers a chuckle for adults. For full comprehension there is a need for cultural literacy instruction as most young readers today might not be familiar with outhouses. Without this concept, [...]


    3. My 6-year-old thought this book was so funny, and I thought it was a great Level 1 book. It has larger print and cute illustrations. I recommend this for Kindergarten students and beginning readers.


    4. This is a great book to teach the children about rhyming words. On each page, the words are about two lines, and each ends with rhyming words. This could be great to use when introducing poems, seeing that some are written that way.



    5. Major hit for my beginning readerwho read it multiple times and then my pre-reader also wanted to "read" it (her style). great ending! an easy reader with a sense of humor, whooee.










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