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  • Author:
    Patricia Casey
  • ISBN:
    1564026604
  • ISBN13:
    978-1564026606
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  • Publisher:
    Candlewick (January 1, 1996)
  • Pages:
    32 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Activities Crafts & Games
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    1356 kb
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    1651 kb
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    1576 kb
  • Rating:
    4.9
  • Votes:
    694
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My Cat Jack (Read and Wonder).

My Cat Jack (Read and Wonder). A close-up look at the day-to-day doings of a pet cat. Get A Copy.

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In spite of the fact that this book is a young adult novel, it was definitely a good read for me, a seasoned older reader. August is a young boy entering school for the first time as a fifth grader. e has a genetic abnormality that caused his facial features to be extremely deformed. In fact, he even draws himself in the story as a duck. His principal admires the drawing because Auggie drew himself as the ugly duckling who becomes a swan

Patricia Casey has captured all the things Jack the cat does in his daily life . In fact, if you read the flyleaf you would think that this book was a pinnacle of educational faire

Patricia Casey has captured all the things Jack the cat does in his daily life, including getting himself in a woolly tangle. Excellent drawings of the cat complement the minimal text for the younger reader. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. In fact, if you read the flyleaf you would think that this book was a pinnacle of educational faire. These innovative books combine elements of the best picture books - exciting stories, poems, and artwork-with elements of the best nonfiction - intriguing facts and ideas.

Jack Will, Julian, and Charlotte. We followed Mr. Tushman into a small room across from Mrs. Garcia’s desk. He was talking as he closed the door to his office and sat down behind his big desk, though I wasn’t really paying much attention to what he was saying. Let’s face it, a name like mine is not so easy to live with, you know what I mean? Here I have to admit I totally laughed, because I knew exactly what he meant. My mom and dad had a teacher called Miss Butt, I said. Auggie! said Mom, but Mr. Tushman laughed. Now, that’s bad, said Mr. Tushman, shaking his head.

Published by Thriftbooks. Patricia Casey has combined simple text with illustrations that completly capture the motions and moods of a cat to create a captivating and amusing book. com User, 13 years ago. My . year old son thinks this book is hysterical. He laughs and giggles at the drawings of Jack as he goes about his cat day. In general though, I don't know think this is what the publishers intended. The repetitive text makes this book perfect for emergent readers, but it is truly a delight for readers of all ages-especially anyone who loves cats!

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A delightful romp through a typical day with the narrator's black-and-white cat, Jack, who is shown as he yawns, stretches up, stretches down, scratches, curls, plays, laps, pounces, purrs, and washes.

Jack, pat and john live. The cat says, I can help you. Give me your clothers and go to the river! The cat puts on the trainers and runs to the. Jack^s got Pat^s got and John^s got old jeans, fantastic red trainers and a cat. John would like to be . The is riding a bike. She^s wearing black jeans, a red jacket and a red bandana. The -Trainers shouts, Help! Help!

A close-up look at the day-to-day doings of a pet cat.

Globus
My 3.5 year old son thinks this book is hysterical. He laughs and giggles at the drawings of Jack as he goes about his cat day.

In general though, I don't know think this is what the publishers intended. In fact, if you read the flyleaf you would think that this book was a pinnacle of educational faire. "These innovative books combine elements of the best picture books - exciting stories, poems, and artwork-with elements of the best nonfiction - intriguing facts and ideas. They invite children to learn about the world around them, encouraging them to think, to question, to wonder."

Perhaps some of these proposed features apply to "My Cat Jack". But I would describe it simply as a delightful book (at least for cat loving children) that shows a large friendly black and white cat as he plays, laps milk, stretches, and cleans himself, and generally does what cat's do. [Alright, he doesn't miss his cat box, get furballs, or get into rows with other cats-but he does do the `nice' kitty stuff (lol).]

Which isn't to say that I disagree with everything the publishers wrote. I would agree with them that 1) that the artwork is good, and 2) that it may encourage children to think, question, and wonder. Innovative book-no. Intriguing facts - no. Exciting story-sort of. Intriguing look into a cat's day-YES!

In addition, there is some nice vocabulary for three year olds in the book. Words like lapping, pouncing, and acrobat. The pictures inspire conversation, such as when you can't help but notice Jack's huge canine teeth when he yawns. Now what are those for? How come we don't have those kind of teeth?

Four Stars. Wonderful artwork that displays various facets of Jack's daily activities. My children bring this to me to be read frequently.
Ballagar
Patricia Casey has combined simple text with illustrations that completly capture the motions and moods of a cat to create a captivating and amusing book. The repetitive text makes this book perfect for emergent readers, but it is truly a delight for readers of all ages--especially anyone who loves cats!
Kakashkaliandiia
The pictures in this book are delightful! They're whimsically realistic and portray what a cat really does. The text is large and easy to read with simple, descriptive words that beginning readers will have little trouble reading (or at least little trouble figuring out the words from the pictures). I highly recommend it-- especially to ANYONE who likes cats!