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There's No Place Like Space: All About Our…

There's No Place Like Space: All About Our Solar System (Cat in the Hat's… (1999)

by Tish Rabe

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This is a Dr Seuss book featuring the cat in the hat that tells about all the planets in the solar system. It goes through each planet individually and tells about them and their features
I like this book, because some kids are really interested in space, and the planets and this is a good book for them. It has The Cat in the Hat, and also the humor of Dr Seuss but is also very informational. The kids will have so much fun reading it they won't even realize they are learing!
  KayleighAdamsRossi | Jul 18, 2014 |
There's No Place Like Space is a fun and simple way of learning facts about the planets. This book would be a great way to introduce learning about space in a science class. I recommend it to prek-3 grade. ( )
  aloupe | Apr 21, 2014 |
Dr. Seuss teaches about space! Highly recommended for k-2nd grades during a solar system unit! ( )
  ColorBound | Dec 15, 2012 |
Dr. Seuss's Cat in the Hat introduces Sally and Dick to the planets, stars, and moons in our universe. ( )
  JoseDelAguila | Apr 26, 2010 |
This book is very cute and informative. I love that it is a "Cat in the Hat" book because most kids are generally familiar with him. Even though this book is not exclusively only about the moon, I love the information and detail it gives children about our solar system. I would love taking this book and having the kids make a poem about the moon, or his/her favorite planet mentioned in the book, because the book is written in a poetic form. It also gives a great glossary and index for the kids, which I believe most children's science books should include. It is a great way for the children to immediately look up the word to find out its definition.
  simpkr01 | Apr 1, 2010 |
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The perfect first space book for those almost-readers, There's No Place Like Space takes us on a whirlwind tour of our solar system, with a few constellations thrown in for good measure. Cat in the Hat (along with beloved Thing One and Thing Two) straps on his space suit and rhymes his way among the nine planets, presenting important facts along the way. Where else could your preschooler learn phonics and astronomy at same time? "A planet can have satellites that surround it. Uranus has lots of these objects around it" is just one example. This is a fine addition to the library of any young stargazer--few books are written with this many facts furnished in such an easy-reading manner. (Preschool to early reader) --Jill Lightner

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Dr. Seuss's Cat in the Hat introduces Sally and Dick to the planets, stars, and moons in our universe.

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