Henry and his dog Mudge venture out into the wet and happy world of spring in this second Ready to Read book of their adventures.Henry and his 180 pound dog Mudge are best friends forever And when spring arrives, they re ready for some puddle trouble...
|Title||:||Henry And Mudge In Puddle Trouble|
|Publisher||:||Simon Spotlight English Language edition June 1, 1996|
|Number of Pages||:||48 pages|
|File Size||:||787 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Henry And Mudge In Puddle Trouble Reviews
Grandson's favorite, but he's outgrowing them (2nd grade).
The Henry and Mudge series is really funny and engaging for children that love dogs! If they are starting to read proficiently on their own, they will want to read all of them to see what trouble Henry and Mudge get into next. I would highly recommend this series.
Henry and Henry's big dog Mudge are out having fun again. They almost get into trouble for going out with out permission and playing in the puddles, but Henry's dad is a kid himself and jumps into the fun. ALL these books are charming and warm. I look forward to each new one. Mudge is not a talking dog or any of that. He is a real dog-like dog who slobbers. The love in this family is what really makes it special. The words and the illustrations just radiate love and compassion without being corny or maudlin. My 4 year old boy loves them. I highly recommend any of the series. The first book is the most touching when Mudge gets lost. Henry is able to track him down. Mudge is so grateful and never goes exploring on his own again. I found a new off shoot series of Mudge as a puppy series. Should be interesting too.
Henry is a charming little boy. Mudge is his massive dog. And they manage to get into all manner of mischief, including, in this book, a huge, wet, muddy puddle. What happens when dad discovers them? It might not be what you think.
My granddaughter (4) loves these books.
My seven year old son loves every one of the Henry and Mudge books.
Love Henry and Mudge!