Oh Say Can You Say Di-No-Saur? (Dr. Seuss/Cat in the Hat)

by  Carisa Kluver  The Digital Media Diet

A wonderful adventure discovering the world of dinos …

Young readers will love learning with Oh, Say Can You Say Di-No-Saur? – All About Dinosaurs. This non-fiction title, published first in print in 1999, was created to give children ages 5-8 the chance to explore the the prehistoric world of dinosaurs with a familiar tour guide, The Cat in the Hat. The learning library series was created in the late 1990’s by Random House with a talented team of illustrators, writers & educators, who mimic Seuss’s rhyming verse and quirky illustrations beautifully.

And now the Cat-in-the-Hat Learning Library books are available as enhanced books, with the help of Oceanhouse Media. Featuring light animation and interactivity along with great background music and sound effects, these titles offer exceptional learning about a list of topics frequently covered in elementary school science classrooms. Tap any bold word for a definition and tapping Thing 1 & Thing 2 usually gives additional facts about the topic. You can also record your own narration. Not many non-fiction titles can engage such early readers, but The Cat in the Hat’s Learning Library stands out in both print and digital. Familiar faces like Dick & Sally, along with Thing 1 & Thing 2, take young readers on a series of 19 unforgettable adventures with a range of popular science topics, like outer space and dinosaurs.

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