Family Read Aloud Time
This is a lovely read aloud, especially for a quiet time or just before bed. The repeating refrain accompanied by calm, but highly interesting pictures of the cat are soothing but never dull!
Learning at Home
They All Saw a Cat is the perfect children's book to teach an English unit on point-of-view. ThoughtCo has a superb lesson outline with the use of anchor charts, a scavenger hunt suggestion and a Venn diagram to compare points-of-view: 5 Easy Activities for Teaching Point of View.
WestonWoods offers teachers a substantial, CCSS aligned reading guide with a shared writing exercise,a research activity and an art lesson for grades 3-6: They All Saw a Cat.
Wenzel has written and illustrated many children's books perfect for exploring simplicity: Inside Cat, A Stone Sat Still and Hello, Hello to name a few. They All Saw a Cat was his debut picture book. Wenzel collaborates with many groups to protect and conserve wild places and creatures.
The Stories Matter
Disclaimer: Most of the books reviewed can be found at your public library or purchased through your local bookstore.
I am affiliate of Bookstore.org and will earn a commission if you click through the links and make a purchase from the Stories Matter storefront.
But, really, VISIT YOUR LOCAL PUBLIC LIBRARY!