Puppy Mudge Wants to Playby Cynthia Rylant, Sucie Stevenson
Henry wants to read his book, but Puppy Mudge has other ideas. He wants to play! Henry really wants to read,, but how can he resist his big playful puppy?
Children's LiteratureWhat kid does not want a puppy? However, no one expects a puppy like Mudge. When Mudge wants to play, he will not take no for an answer. His owner, Henry, is busy reading, but that does not stop Mudge. He eats Henry's shoes. He pulls off Henry's socks. He even sits on Henry's book. He will not leave Henry alone until Henry agrees to play. This book, part of the "Henry and Mudge" series, is specifically written for early readers. Only one or two sentences are on each page and words and phrases are repeated regularly. The illustrations are playful and represent the text on that page, an additional help for struggling readers. The story line is simple and entertaining. It is a fun book whether you are reading or being read to. 2005, Simon and Schuster, Ages 4 to 6.
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