Where does honey come from? The Cat in the Hat knows that It comes from bees, and what better way to learn about honey making than to visit inside a hive and see firsthand how it's done? In this rhymed easy reader based on an episode from the new PBS Kids television show "The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That , " the Cat, Sally and Nick, and Things One and Two shrink to bee size and learn how bees communicate via dance, collect nectar and spit it into combs, turn it into honey, and seal the combs with wax. This is a sweet, funny Step into Reading book that kids will gobble up (without realizing they are ingesting an important natural-history lesson ).
Join Dr. Seuss' Cat in the Hat as he and Dr. Twiggles help Sally and Nick figure out why their tree won't grow in this Step-Into-Reading book that's perfect for springtime reading, and yes-even pancake breakfasts! A trip underground in the Thinga-ma-jigger is undertaken, and sure enough, the maple tree needs water (which Things One and Two procure in ridiculous overabundance) and sun (which the Cat suppliments with a Brighta-ma-lighter). But as for getting syrup from the young sapling? That will take some 40 years! Written specifically for children learing how to read with help, this Step into Reading book is based on an episode of the PBS Kids preschool science show The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! It is perfect for springtime reading, Earth and Arbor Day celebrations, and yes—even pancake breakfasts
Little Miss Star is not the famous star she'd like to be just yet, but that's all about to change!