Henry and Mudge and the Careful Cousin (Henry and Mudge Series #13) [NOOK Book]

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In the 13th book in the Henry and Mudge series, Henry and his big dog Mudge can't wait for Cousin Annie to visit. But when Annie arrives, she thinks Henry's fish tank smells and does not like dog kisses. How can you have fun with a cousin like that? Henry and Mudge find a way!

At first Henry's very neat cousin doesn't like the cookies from under his bed or Mudge's slobbery kisses, but when they all play frisbee, she begins to enjoy ...

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Overview

In the 13th book in the Henry and Mudge series, Henry and his big dog Mudge can't wait for Cousin Annie to visit. But when Annie arrives, she thinks Henry's fish tank smells and does not like dog kisses. How can you have fun with a cousin like that? Henry and Mudge find a way!

At first Henry's very neat cousin doesn't like the cookies from under his bed or Mudge's slobbery kisses, but when they all play frisbee, she begins to enjoy her visit.

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Editorial Reviews

Children's Literature - Sharon Salluzzo
Henry had never met his cousin Annie who was coming for an overnight stay. He brushed his beloved dog, Mudge, and hoped that Annie would be fun. His first impression left him feeling anxious, however, because Annie arrived attired in a frilly dress and indicated she did not want Mudge drooling on her. Later, Henry knew he had done the wrong thing when he offered her fudge cookies from a dust covered paper bag he kept under his bed. Nevertheless, he kept trying to be friendly, and Annie did too. At last, they decided to play Frisbee. Henry showed Annie how to throw the Frisbee, and she was a natural. She began to overlook the dog drool on the Frisbee and even requested the fudge cookies from under the bed. When Annie left the next day, she and Henry looked forward to their next visit. The warm cozy feeling that pervades the "Henry and Mudge books" continues here. Beginning readers will learn the importance of patience in developing a new friendship. Stevenson's watercolor illustrations are expressive and provide clues to the text. 1997 (orig.
School Library Journal
Kr-Gr 3-A realistic portrayal of life with a BIG, drooling dog and a happy-go-lucky kid who keeps cookies under his bed and lets his fish tank get a little smelly. However, this reality is almost too much for dressed up and proper Cousin Annie-until she discovers her natural talent for playing Frisbee. For the 13th time, Rylant and Stevenson have combined their talents for an on-target, simple story of the everyday adventures of a boy and his dog. Their humor and charming characters are appealing to both beginning readers and adults, making it a tossup as to who will love Henry and Mudge more. Sure to be as popular as its predecessors.-Gale W. Sherman, Pocatello Public Library, ID
School Library Journal
PreS-Gr 2-When Henry sees his cousin Annie get out of the car in her clean, frilly dress and shiny shoes, he is worried how she will accept his dog, big drooly Mudge, and their rough and tumble ways. It is not until their Frisbee game that Annie really accepts them and a wonderful time is had by all. Cynthia Rylant's book (S&S, 1994) is read by John Beach in a clear and expressive voice. Each character sounds a bit different, making it easy for young listeners to distinguish between them. A swishing sound of a page turning, which is explained at the beginning of the tape, prompts listeners to turn the page. The second side of the tape reads the book straight through. Slight background music at the beginning and end of each chapter adds interest. Schools and public libraries will find this useful and very popular for beginning readers and younger children who just want to hear more Mudge stories.-Nancy A. Gifford, Schenectady County Public Library, NY Copyright 2000 Cahners Business Information.|
Carolyn Phelan
When Henry's cousin Annie comes for a visit, she's timid around his big dog Mudge, shocked by his messy room, and disgusted by his smelly fish tank. She's not a bad sort, though, and just as she tries to get used to Henry's ways, he tries to see her point of view, "even though Henry could not believe a person would not like dog kisses." By the next day, Annie's loosened up and looking forward to another visit with cousin Henry and the ever-drooling Mudge. Simple and funny, this beginning reader has plenty of appeal. Stevenson's line-and-watercolor illustrations seem slapdash and informal yet manage to catch the right facial expression and body language time and time again.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781442441187
  • Publisher: Simon Spotlight
  • Publication date: 6/28/2011
  • Series: Henry and Mudge Series , #13
  • Sold by: SIMON & SCHUSTER
  • Format: NOOK Kids Read to Me
  • Edition description: No Edition
  • Pages: 40
  • Sales rank: 149,070
  • Age range: 5 - 7 Years
  • File size: 27 MB
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Meet the Author

Cynthia Rylant is the author of more than 100 books for young people, including the beloved Henry and Mudge, Annie and Snowball, Brownie & Pearl, and Mr. Putter & Tabby series. Her novel Missing May received the Newbery Medal. She lives in Lake Oswego, Oregon. Visit her at CynthiaRylant.com.

Suçie Stevenson is the acclaimed author and illustrator of more than fifty books for children and is best known as the illustrator of the popular Henry and Mudge books by Cynthia Rylant. She lives on Cape Cod, Massachusetts, with her little cocker spaniel, Gracie.

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    Posted December 10, 2011

    AWESOME BOOK

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    I luv this

    When i was in 3 grade i read this book and i loved it,am now in 6 grade and i still love this book.i read it to my little cuz each night:)!!!!

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