The Many Works of Pat Hatt
Patrick Hatt can be found in the East Coast of Canada. He hates writing these things but doesn’t mind talking in the third person. He dabbles in a little of this and a little of that, not afraid to attempt something new.
He is owned by two cats, one of whom has his own blog, It’s Rhyme Time. Yeah a rhyming cat, who knew? He would be considered a both person when it comes to cats and dogs.
He is also quite the movie and TV buff. As you can probably tell does not take himself seriously and has more stuff in his head than is needed. Thus the novels as just one more form of release. Thanks for the visit and enjoy!
My 4 year old has recently started learning about dinosaurs in school. He used to be obsessed with trains, now it’s about dinosaurs. I think it’s absolutely adorable! The Rebirth of Dino Earth is a great book to continue the learning about dinosaurs in a fun way. The dines are really cute characters. The illustrations are done very well, it certainly keeps my little guy interested. Tonight, we literally read it three times, he kept begging and begging me to read it to him. I also LOVE that this book comes in a Kindle edition so we can take it wherever we go, no need to carry around books anymore!
Cassie the cat is not pleased when “The Wild Cat” invades her home. After spending time getting to know him, Cassie decides he’s okay, and ends up liking him. Cassie and the Wild Cat is a cute rhyming story about meeting someone different than yourself. Even though you may not like that person at first, if you play and give it time, you may end up being the best of friends. Kids will enjoy all the silliness and giggle at the cats’ funnny antics. This is definitely a cute read with a good message!
This is a book that’s just extremely funny – I really dont know why farts are so funny, but they always make me giggle a bit. This book, however, had me laughing quite a bit. I read it to my kid and he was absolutely guffawing. It’s a short book and it’s absolutely full of rhymes that make it super fun to read out loud, especially when it’s about farts. Some parents might shy away from this book because of what it’s about – but it’s not vulgar! Do not let that stop you, pick it up now and give it a read because it’s fun to read and – despite what you might think right off of the bat – the book has a good message underneath it all, and it will teach your kids about how to not be embarrassed by bodily functions. My kid went through a phase for a little while where he would get embarrassed if he had to fart (Don’t know why, he used to not even notice!) So this book came at JUST the right time. After reading it to him and listening to him cackle and hoot, he is now no longer worried when the urge hits him. He knows not to go around blasting everyone away, but again – he isn’t afraid of them anymore. In short a really funny and really fun read that will take you away for a few minutes and make you forget your cares – and will teach you and whomever you’re reading it to a very valuable lesson!
Beautifully illustrated and meaningful This is an amazing children that I enjoyed with my grandkids. I came across it on a free promotion and thought I would give it a try. Needless to say that I am hooked on Author Pat Hatt and will be on the look out for more of his children’s books. In short, “Wish of The Rainbow Fish” is beautifully illustrated and meaningful. There is a lesson to be learned when reading and the activities draw you in which makes it perfect for a summer reading. Both the boys loved it and will certainly be reading more then once. 5 Stars!!!
Book is about how to make friends. They not always come wrapped as a present. Have a patience to recognize the friend behind sometimes disguise appearance… Pictures are very nice too! Wonderful book for cat lovers, kids and their parents! I enjoyed reading!
Me and my kids loved it. This is the best of Pat Hatt’s books. My kids’ favorite children book author. This book has it all – catchy rhymes, vibrant colors, wonderful art, favorites characters, excellent moral – who doesnt love dragons? Who doesnt love a original story? a creative, and an imaginative one which helps kids read and learn. The entire book is full of fun. The rhymes and words are easy and interesting and catchy, my four year olds – read the book themselves. And they asked me to read it repeatedly. Patt’s books are awesome, he understands every kids’ need and gives them what they want and understands every parents’ necessity and gives their kids what they need. I would love to see these books on department store’s shelves. Everytime I see my kids rejoice over any new book from Pat I feel confident and proud that I made a wise choice. This book has it all, and every parent should buy this book for their kids, I am happy that I did – yep, christmas came early in our house and my kids have already got their favorite present, I doubt if Santa could top it off. Santa, game on. 🙂
Spend some time fighting time! Whoever thought time could be so dangerous? I guess if you’re getting older it really does start to seem like a villain, and this is the villainous side of time personified! This is yet another fantastic addition to the Tarsier Man canon, and this time he’s fighting dinosaurs, giant robots, and a few villains who we thought were put away forever. Show me a kid who doesn’t like dinosaurs, and I’ll show you a kid who doesn’t like having fun. This book is a great read for the younger audience, and if my son is any kind of example, they’re going to be head over heels for it by the time you turn the final page. We’re already old fans of the Tarsier Man books, but fortunately there are plenty more to look forward to in the future. My wife actually read this one with him because I was feeling a little sick, and she came in the door, shaking her head with a smile on her face, and asked me what I’d gotten her into. My son likes to jump up and shout all the Tarsier Man lines as we come to them, and she just wasn’t ready for it. All in all this is a lot of fun, and it turns out the whole family can get involved in the adventures of Tarsier Man (although my 12 year old daughter just sort of rolls her eyes at the rest of us, so maybe not the WHOLE family). I have a sneaking suspicion though that if Pat Hatt turned his creative energies to writing a short YA book about ponies, she’d be right there with us. Maybe Tarsier Man could have a quick cameo. Anyway, pick this up if you’re looking for something for your kids to read. My son is 4 and he’s all over these books. There’s a little something for everyone in these pages.