Start by marking The Cat in the Hat Movie Storybook as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Justine Korman is the author of over 600 children's books, including mega-selling adaptations of Disney hits like THE LION KING, plus her original popular GRUMPY BUNNY series for Scholastic. Justine has been writing all her life. She worked part-time in publishing while earning her . in English Literature, Phi Beta Kappa from New York University. When Justine started getting freelance writing assignments, Ron pitched in and a children's book writing team was born! Ron brought visual storytelling, theatre, and history; Justine enthusiasm, humor, and a straight-A attitude. In 1988, the couple moved to Maine, where they have written everything from beginning readers and novelty books to historical fiction and graphic novels.
The Cat has arrived, and he?s got a hat full of fun to save Conrad and Sally from a boring rainy afternoon. The original Cat in the Hat is a joy to read - try that one instead. The book is a movie storybook and has nice pictures from the film and the quality of printing and paper is very good. If you liked the movie, you will love the book. Your kids will definitely enjoy it even if they have never seen the movie.
The kids slumped in their chairs Too glum to complain. And to make matters worse, It started to rain. The Cat has arrived, and he’s got a hat full of fun to save Conrad and Sally from a boring rainy afternoon. Written in buoyant easy-to-read prose (with more than a few hilarious asides from the pesky Fish), this official movie storybook is packed with full-color photos from the first-ever live-action film of the Dr. Seuss classic, starring Mike Meyers!"
The original Cat in the Hat is a joy to read - try that one instead.
Tell a friend about this book. The Cat in the Hat Movie Storybook Author: Justine Fontes, Ron Fontes.
Based on the The Cat in the Hat movie (which is based on the original Dr. Seuss picture book, The Cat in the Hat ), this movie storybook is not so much watered down from the Seuss classic as hopped up. Scenes from the movie reveal that the bored little rainy-day girl is Sally Walden-a PDA-wielding tattletale. You know the story from here. It’s hard to say what the venerable Dr. Seuss would have thought of the transformation his original book underwent to become a movie (and storybook) for the new millennium.
Seuss' The Cat in the Hat Movie Storybook Justine and Ron Fontes. The kids slumped in their chairs Too glum to complain. The Cat has arrived, and he's got a hat full of fun to save Conrad and Sally from a boring rainy afternoon. Will the Cat in the Hat save a boring day or ruin it? Kids can find out as they paint the big, fun images in this book. The back cover includes a cutout optical illusion. Things in Full Swing Golden Books: illustrated by Aristides Ruiz. Dr. Seuss and the Cat in the Hat make words fun! And with the magnetic words blister-packed to the cover of this book, kids can join in the silliness and let their imaginations run wild.
1st ed. by Justine Fontes. Published 2003 by Random House in New York. Conrad, who always does the opposite of what he is told, Sally, a tattletale, and their fish spend a day with a mischievous cat and foil the plans of their nasty neighbor, Mr. Quinn. Based on the motion picture screenplay by Alec Berg & David Mandel & Jeff Schaffer. Based on the book by Dr. Seuss.