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Posted March 12, 2010
This story begins as a mystery would, leading up through descriptive illustrations and words to the subject of the story, mud! Something that is usually thought of as dirty and ugly becomes beautiful and sweet, stirring the senses. Objects such as brown leaves, frozen drifts, flapping wind, scattered stones, pools of grass and hills are made an important part of the natural world and wonders to be observed and enjoyed. Mud and all the ways to play with it stirs the heart of the child and creates a sense of simplistic play and appreciation of all things natural. The illustrations are wonderful!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.