Cactus Hotel #2020

Cactus Hotel By Brenda Z. Guiberson Megan Lloyd Cactus Hotel It is another hot day in the desert Birds and other animals scurry about looking for food When they get tired they stop to rest at a giant cactus It is their hotel in the desert
  • Title: Cactus Hotel
  • Author: Brenda Z. Guiberson Megan Lloyd
  • ISBN: 9780805029604
  • Page: 134
  • Format: Paperback
  • Cactus Hotel By Brenda Z. Guiberson Megan Lloyd It is another hot day in the desert Birds and other animals scurry about looking for food When they get tired, they stop to rest at a giant cactus It is their hotel in the desert
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    About "Brenda Z. Guiberson Megan Lloyd"

    1. Brenda Z. Guiberson Megan Lloyd

      Brenda Z Guiberson has written many books for children, including Cactus Hotel, Spoonbill Swamp, Moon Bear and Disasters As a child, Brenda never thought she wanted to be a writer her dreams tended toward jungle explorer She graduated from the University of Washington with degrees in English and Fine Art She started thinking about writing for children when her son went to elementary school, and she volunteered in his class and in the school library After taking exciting trips that involved a fifty foot cactus, hungry alligators and sunset colored spoonbills, she wanted to create books for children that would be like a field trip Her books are full of well researched detail, and Brenda sees this research as an adventure one that allows her to be a jungle explorer at last She lives in Seattle, Washington.

    667 thoughts on “Cactus Hotel”

    1. Okay, I realize this book was published in 1991, but I have to point out a HUGE mistake The bats drawn supposedly coming for the nectar of the saguaro flowers are free tailed bats, which are insectivorous Nectar eating bats have a quite different appearance Seems like it would have been pretty easy to find out.

    2. This was a truly remarkable book The illustrations were gorgeous The story talked about the life cycle of a cactus and while that may sound boring, it was not It was fascinating Along the way we learned about a variety of animals and insects.We loved this book We re read it several times the first day and have read it many times since.

    3. Ecology is one of the science units I teach, and this book is fantastic Especially given that I teach in Arizona, getting to read about the ecology of our actual environment, and the interdependence of all of the organisms in it is fantastic, and my students just love it

    4. A saguaro cactus is an ecosystem within the desert ecosystem This book shows how each thing that happens to the cactus starts a chain of events affecting many animals and plants in and around it.

    5. Brenda Z Guiberson s The Cactus Hotel explores the life of a saguaro cactus in the Sonoran Desert Megan Lloyd s illustrations show the various types of animals that create the multiple ecosystems surrounding a saguaro throughout its lifetime The realistic fiction picture book begins with a saguaro fruit dropping to the ground, releasing thousands of seeds Then, a pack rat carries a seed on its whisker where it falls under a paloverde tree As the tree provides shade, the cactus sprouts after a mo [...]

    6. This is such an interesting story about the saguaro cactus that grows in southern Arizona and northern Mexico The author tells about the cactus from its start as a tiny seed, to when it is 150 years old, to when it is full grown and has reached the end of its useful life In between its beginning and its end the cactus goes through many phases and usefulness in nature to where it becomes shelter, nourishment, and a home for different wildlife The life of the saguaro cactus is fascinating, and its [...]

    7. This book goes through a cactus s life cycle My favorite part about this book is how the birds make nests in the cactus and the cactus makes a thick layer of skin on the inside of the hole for the nest I like the artistry in this book Carsen age 10

    8. As a kid, my mom bought this book for me when she went on a business trip to Arizona I remember loving the illustrations and picking through the pages all the time I m glad I ve held onto it for all these years.

    9. Wonderfully simple, non fiction book about the life cycle of the Saguaro cactus, and the animals and insects that make their homes in it as it grows, and as it dies My 6 year old surprisingly loved this book and enjoyed learning about cacti and desert animals A great read

    10. Quick picture book about the life cycle of the saguaro cactus and how it helps other creatures in the desert ecosystem.

    11. Title Cactus HotelAuthor Brenda Z GuibersonIllustrator Megan LlyodType of Book format and literary genre Picture book Fiction and ScienceAwards the book has received national NoneShort original summary of the main plot, describe the content and themes of the book The book tells about how a cactus is created It tells about how the seed falls from the fruit of an already grown cactus tree and then is carried away by a desert animal to a place where it can grow The cactus grows slowly over time The [...]

    12. Being new to the State of Arizona, this book taught me much about the saguaro cactus and desert life in general The desert natural world is MUCH different from the east coast natural world I was raised in This story is as much for adults as it is for younger readers This non fiction, educational book would be great to read to students during their science classes The illustrations were very colorful in describing the authors real world story I thought the author did a great job describing the li [...]

    13. type non fictionGenre picture bookAwards Parents choice award and IRA CBC Teachers awardSummary This book talks about Saguaro Cactus which grow in Sonoran Desert which is partly in North America.This book goes along the time of a Saguaro from when they first begin to grow to when they fall after about 200 years It talks about how big the cactus is at different stages and after certain amounts of years It also talks about which animals use it, like which ones eat the fruit and which ones use it a [...]

    14. Seeing the original publication date of 1991 I was in first grade , I m surprised I didn t experience this in my elementary school years Quite honestly this is a great factual book on the desert habitat or specifically the Saguaro Cactus life cycle This is another excellent choice on the Memoria Press Kindergarten reading list for literature, paired with Deserts by Gail Gibbons We of course also paired it with the Magic School Bus episode on the desert habitat which expanded our conversation in [...]

    15. I find it so interesting that this informational text is written in a fiction format The author describes the life of a saguaro cactus, taking us from the drop of a seedling onto the desert floor, all the way through to the wooden ribs that remain after the cactus has died and fallen to the ground, but she writes it like a story with the saguaro as the main character Again, this book focuses on one big idea about the saguaro it s ability to provide a home for many different desert animals The te [...]

    16. Personal Reaction This book was full of information Loved it.Purpose Read aloud for 2 5th grade students This book is a book that starts out describing the life of a cactus from first being grown to when it dies Not only is this a book for a plant lesson but the book also introduces the audience to different animals and insects that live in the dessert This would be a good book for a dessert lesson, plant lesson, or animal lessons I would most likely use this on a dessert lesson when talking abo [...]

    17. Cactus Hotel is a very cute book about how a cactus fruit becomes a two hundred and fifty foot tall cactus who eventually falls over in a storm Through out the story the cactus starts to grow and helps many of the desert animals It helps a jack rabbit hid from a wolf and becomes a home for a Gila wood pecker, who decides to turn it into a cactus hotel A winged dove and an elf owl are some of the first animals to come to the hotel later when the cactus is fifty feet tall it is the home to almost [...]

    18. This is an older publish date but a good supplementary book for study of deserts, cactus, and other animals in the desert habitat It tells the story of the saguaro cactus and how long it takes to grow and add arms and how it becomes a home to other animals alive and when it dies Not non fiction but written at a fourth grade level I would recommend to elementary teachers of science and others.

    19. This is a good non fiction book about the Saguaro cactus, written as a story It shows how the cactus seed grows slowly into a small cactus, and then gradually over the course of many years becoming taller, sturdy, and eventually a home to many animals We enjoyed the story and the illustrations are great.

    20. nonfiction picture book about the giant saguaro cactus life cycle, focuses on how it acts as a safe cozy home for other desert dwellers, satisfying ending followed by information for young readers, good spare illustrations match the text s excellent clear writing

    21. This book caught my kids attention better than any other book about deserts, out of the half dozen that we read during that unit They still refer to it I can t think of any better recommendation than that.

    22. This is a wonderful informational book about saguaro cactus life cycles It is well written and well illustrated In addition o information about the cactus, the mention of the many species that make their home in the cactus are equally informative.

    23. Will be great for my 4th grade science unit on organisms and their environment Had some fun wow factors.

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