Henry and Mudge in Puddle Trouble
Written by Cynthia Rylant
Illustrated by Sucie Stevenson
Reviewed by Cate L (age 7), Hunter L. (age 7)
It is spring and Henry and Mudge want to play outside, but there are too many puddles. Henry finds some snow glory, but his mom says not to pick the flowers. Mudge ends up eating some. Later on they find some kittens. Mudge protects the kittens from the other dogs in the neighborhood. At the end, everyone is getting along.
Our favorite part of this story is when Mudge age the Snow Glory because it's very funny. Our favorite character is Henry because he likes to splash in puddles. This story relates to our lives because we love playing outside in the spring. The pictures help tell the story.
We think you should read this story because it's really fun.