High-Wire Henryby Mary Calhoun, Erick Ingraham (Illustrator)
When The Man brings home a new puppy named Buttons, the spunky Siamese is no longer the center of attention. But he'll show them. Yow-meowl! Isn't he the best hind-leg walker on four feet/i>
What's so cute about a little brown dog, anyway? And why does everyone think tie's so clever just because he can catch a ball in his mouth? That's what Henry wants to know!
When The Man brings home a new puppy named Buttons, the spunky Siamese is no longer the center of attention. But he'll show them. Yow-meowl! Isn't he the best hind-leg walker on four feet?
So Henry climbs a tree, stretches his whiskers for balance, and starts to tightrope-walk along a branch. But nobody is impressed until Buttons gets himself into a fix and only an aerial artist like Henry can save him.
Mary Calhoun's gently humorous story and Erick Ingraham's breathtaking illustrations combine in a rollicking picture-book adventure that will delight the feline daredevil's countless fans.
- HarperCollins Publishers
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- Product dimensions:
- 8.32(w) x 10.14(h) x 0.35(d)
- Age Range:
- 4 - 8 Years
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