The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! follows the adventures of 6-year-old best friends, Sally and
Nick, as they are whisked off on extraordinary voyages of scientific discovery with the Cat in the Hat.
Thanks to the Thinga-ma-jigger and our friends, exploring has never been more exciting! Enjoy the
second volume of the second season of The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! In this volume set,
kids will learn the answers to questions like what is the Earth’s atmosphere, why do we need bones, and
how is paper made. The discoveries don’t end there! We learn how polar bears survive the arctic winter,
how our ears work and so much more! KIDS FIRST! Film Critic Sev’n F. comments, “. Not only is this a
fun Dr. Seuss cartoon for all, but it is also educational. Have fun while learning about the earth’s
atmosphere, the human skeleton, how paper is made and much more!” Denise B., KIDS FIRST! Adult
Juror adds, “This DVD does not disappoint! It has 20 episodes! Directed by Tony Collingwood, the Cat in
the Hat (Martin Short) definitely shows us that he knows a lot about many things from names and
locations of the planets in our solar system to how animals walk with more than two legs.” See their full
reviews below.
The Cat In The Hat Knows A Lot About That! Season 2, Volume 2
By Sev’n F., KIDS FIRST! Film Critic, age 9
Calling all Dr. Seuss fans! Here’s two discs, 20 episodes, fully loaded of extraordinary voyages of two
best friends. Not only is this a fun Dr. Seuss cartoon for all, but it is also educational. Have fun while
learning about the earth’s atmosphere, the human skeleton, how paper is made and much more! So, let’s
jump into our imaginary Thinga-ma-jigger and go go go on an adventure with Nick, Sally and The Cat in
the Hat.
In each episode, I learned something I never knew before. In each of the 20 episodes, a lesson is taught
through the journey of two best friends. It had me saying “wow, how interesting !” In one episode, I
learned how paper is made. Who would have thought a tree, that I see every day in my young life, is
chopped down to make paper? I use paper everyday. This is what I liked about this DVD. I learned
something new in each episode.
What is less appealing about this show are the settings and colors. It felt like this film was created back in
the 80s. I thought it needed to be modernized to capture the attention of today’s young viewers.
My favorite characters are Sally and Nick. They are six years old and best friends. I like the bond they
share in each episode. They communicate and work well with each other – team players, if you ask me.
They have tons of fun and experience their journeys together. It truly shows the true meaning of best
friends. I have a best friend and she and I love to take pretend voyages together.
Each episode has a different message, but the one thing they have in common are the lessons that are
being taught through Nick and Sally’s voyages. In each show, you learn scientific knowledge. This is a
neat way to gather your children together to sing along while taking an amazing educational journey.
Knowledge is key and there’s no better way to learn but through a cool Dr. Seuss show.
I give this DVD 4 out of 5 stars. It is very educational and fun. The music had me bopping my head along
with it. I would like it even better if it was more modernized. I recommend it for ages 3 to 14. My baby
brother is three and he has sung along with Nick and Sally. My mom is 39-years-old and she learned

something about the human skeleton, that she never knew about before. This DVD is available now so,

look for it.
The Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That! Season 2, Volume 2
Reviewed by Denise A. B., KIDS FIRST! Adult Juror
I’m a big fat of The Cat in the Hat! I have been since I was a little girl. Now, as an adult, I’m still a big fan!
This DVD does not disappoint! It has 20 episodes! Directed by Tony Collingwood, the Cat in
the Hat (Martin Short) definitely shows us that he knows a lot about many things from names and
locations of the planets in our solar system to how animals walk with more than two legs. It is entertaining,
engaging and great for preschool and school-aged children, as well as their parents. Children will enjoy
watching the Cat in the Hat and his friends Sally & Nick as they go on adventures to learn new things.
One of my favorite episodes is about the solar system as the Cat in the Hat teaches Sally & Nick the
order of the planets and their names. Martin Short as the voice of Cat in the Hat is perfect! I just love him.
I also enjoyed the theme song. I give this 5 stars out of 5 stars because I think it is a perennial hit. It’s
engaging, entertaining and educational What more could you want! I recommend it for ages 3 to 12.
Reviewed by Denise B., KIDS FIRST! Adult Juror

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