If I Ran the Rain Forest: All About Tropical Rain Forests

If I Ran the Rain Forest All About Tropical Rain Forests The Cat in the Hat takes Sally and Dick for an umbrella vator ride through the understory canopy and emergent layers of a tropical rain forest encountering a host of plants animals and native peo

  • Title: If I Ran the Rain Forest: All About Tropical Rain Forests
  • Author: Bonnie Worth Aristides Ruiz
  • ISBN: 9780375810978
  • Page: 414
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Cat in the Hat takes Sally and Dick for an umbrella vator ride through the understory, canopy, and emergent layers of a tropical rain forest, encountering a host of plants, animals, and native peoples along the way.

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    1. Bonnie Worth Aristides Ruiz

      BONNIE WORTH is the author of countless books for young readers, among them the Cat in the Hat Learning Library books If I Ran the Rain Forest, HarK A Shark , Oh Say Can You Seed winner of the 2003 Ohio Farm Bureau Award , Wish for a Fish, Oh Say Can You Say Di No Saur , Would You Rather Be a Pollywog , Ice Is Nice , and Safari, So Good

    819 thoughts on “If I Ran the Rain Forest: All About Tropical Rain Forests”

    1. In this story, the cat in the hat explains all of the different aspects of the rainforest. I think younger students would be drawn to this book because they will recognize the cat in the hat and the familiar rhyming patterns. This book contains a wealth of information about climate, the layers of the rainforest, and animals.

    2. The Cat in the Hat take Sally and Dick on an adventure through the rain forest. They visit each floor using a "umbrella-vator" and explore many things. The Cat in the Hat informs them of many things and describes what each floor consists of: animal and plant wise. At the end, he tells us to save rain forest trees, because they are important to us.This book was so informative, and I actually learned more about rain forests, that I didn't know. It has many good illustrations and is very colorful, [...]

    3. This nonfiction book was all about rainforests. It explained different types, levels, and inhabitants of the rainforest. It even talked about the potential of complete deforestation. This book is perfect for reading while learning about ecosystems. This also calls readers to care about the destruction of the rainforests. We must protect the unique ecosystem from destruction.

    4. The cat in the Hat takes you around the #rainforest #YoungReaders #PictureBook #BookReview #ChildrensBooks #amreading #nonfiction

    5. See my review of There's No Place Like Space All About Our Solar System for my general comments on "The Cat in the Hat's Learning Library" series.I wasn't as impressed with this book as Space It started off on the wrong foot with me on Page 2 - with a map of the rainforest representing all rainforests. Surely a world map with all the rainforests of the world highlighted would have been better. Secondly book concentrates only on tropical rainforests - which is does state, but it then goes on to [...]

    6. If I Ran the Rain Forest is a rhyming book about the four stories of the rain forest and what lives on each level. The reader will get to travel though the uppermost floor where emergent trees are shown, the canopy where it's the most crowded, the understory where the ocelots live, and the first floor where humans and animals live together. The Cat and the Hat along with his friends visit each floor with the help of their umbrella-vator. By then end, you've seen the entire rain forest or ecosyst [...]

    7. If I ran the rainforest by Bonnie Worth and illustrated by Aristides Ruiz is a piece of The Cat in the Hat’s Learning Library that introduces beginning readers to basic non-fiction with the famous Dr. Seuss character, Cat in the Hat. This is a rhyming piece of poetry that reflects aspects of the rainforest. Children are interested in fun texts that get them engaged. Through an adventure of rhyming, children will read about a story placed in the rainforest near the equator with different kinds [...]

    8. This book was so cute! I love Cat in the Hat books and the way the words rhyme and flow make it so easy to say engaged and interested. This book is FULL of fun facts about the rain forest and the plants and animals that live in it. This book would be a really great one to read if you are giving a unit on the rain forest because the pictures and rhymes make it fun and easy to learn. At the back of the book there is also a glossary that explains some words that might be a little hard for some kind [...]

    9. In this book, our adventurous pal, the cat in the hat, takes us on a journey to rainforests all over the world. The author includes vocabulary such as "transpiration" and introduces us to animals such as the macaw and the red eyed tree frog. I loved this book bc its not your typical non fiction book on rain forest. It almost has a plot and is very colorful. Also the children love The Cat in the Hat. There is also a glossary in the back which i find very helpful to review the vocabulary words tha [...]

    10. This is a Dr. Susse book, so whats not to like? The illustrations are amazing and creative as usual. Although this book has more of a realistic feel to it. Unlike his other books that have crazy trees and animals. This book takes the reader into the rain forest and teaches all there is to know about the life in the wet trees. I think this book is a great way to introduce kids to the rain forest. After reading this to the class I would then have them write about what they might see if they took a [...]

    11. I LOVED If I Ran the Rain Forest by Bonnie Worth. This story tells all about the rainforest and the different animals that live there. The consistent rhyming and interactive sections made this book so interesting and entertaining. I really liked when the book asked the reader to find things or remember information told earlier in the book. The illustrations were excellent and the colors were very vibrant and fun to look at. I would definitely have this book in my classroom. This book is so infor [...]

    12. Written under the Dr. Seuss label, both the writer and illustrator are doing their best to look and sound like the original. The book is strong on message, but it's a good one on the whole. Also, it's inclusion forces the pictures and the text into a narrow spectrum outside of the realm Seuss would have actually produced, mostly because it's just too realistic. Also, reading a couple of the rhymes, they didn't flow quite right because they were trying to force the information into this structure [...]

    13. If I Ran the Rainforest is a Cat in the Hat Learning Library book, so it reads like a Dr. Seuss book in a way. It tells all about the three different types of rainforests and interesting facts about what goes on in the rainforest. The book is very informational, but it reads like a fun story. I really liked the way this nonfiction book was written. I sometimes have the tendency to get bored and not like nonfiction as well, but this book was so cute! It had lots of information but was still fun a [...]

    14. This book was really good. The Cat in the Hat takes the two kids on an adventure to the rain forest. He tells them about all four floors of the rain forest. As he tells them about each floor, he tells them what lives there, the light it gets, and the rain that makes it there. This book was really cute. I loved the rhyming and the illustrations. The illustrations were very vibrant and colorful.This is a great book to read when you are talking about rain forests. It gives a lot of good information [...]

    15. A lyrical look at the rain forests of the world, especially the in South America. It's a short, but informative look at the various levels of the rain forest, from the emergents, to the canopy, to the understory, and finally to the forest floor. The book depicts the conditions of life there and various animals that can be found. It's a fun book to read aloud, although we were quite disappointed that our copy was missing four pages at the end - most of the section about trying to preserve the en [...]

    16. 2.5 stars [Children's]A children's book that talks about the rainforest yet isn't too radical: most of the book is information instead of politics. A bit at the beginning about "Nature" (capital N) designing Adaptation, and a simplification/omission at the end constitutes a mild bias, but it's not as bad as most. Both environmentalists and conservationists might read this to their children. Those of discernment might explain the bits that Worth left out.

    17. If I Ran the Rain Forest may be a good book for some people, but I don't really think that I would give it high praises. I usually love rhyming books, but this one was too much. The Cat in the Hat is the speaker in this book, but since Dr. Suess is not the author, I think that I am a little biased. The illustrations were good though, and all in all the information was interesting. This would be a good book for children who love rhyming and fun facts about the rainforest.

    18. I think that this book would be ideal to use to teach in 1st-5th grade. I would use it to teach ecosystems. One of the ecosystems is a rain forest. This book has great illustrations and provides plenty of great facts that are true to a rain forest. This book would definitely be used for students a resource. If I were to use it, I would use it during the Explain portion of a 5E lesson plan. It introduces vocabulary and detailed information about rain forests.

    19. The Cat in the Hat explores the rainforest with some of his friends. They learn about the water cycle, the floors of the rainforest, and how to protect it. This book would be a great pick when teaching about the water cycle or the rainforest.

    20. As in the Cat in the Hat fashion this text is 90% written in rhyme making it easier and fun to learn about the rain forest. Teaching about the four levels and who and what grows-lives there. A lot of information is in this children's book but so much it didn't overwhelm the reader which was nice.

    21. This informational picture book takes it reader on a journey through a tropical rainforest. It uses the Cat in the Hat Characters, but only uses the rhyming nature of the book, and not the actual story line.

    22. This Dr. Seuss book is about Cat in the Hat taking Susie and Dick through the different levels of the Rain Forest. It talks about the environment of each one, and about what animals live in each level.

    23. Good book for rhyming and it teaches a moral at the end. Good illustrations throughout. Suggested for ages 5 and up.

    24. I enjoyed this book because it was fun. I also enjoyed this book because I like Cat in the Hat books and this was a Cat in the Hat book.

    25. The Cat and the Hat adventure throught the rainforest. Throughout the book they teach you about all the layers of the rainforest.

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