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Henry and Mudge--The First Book

by Cynthia Rylant
The first book in the acclaimed easy-to-read series featuring Henry and his lovable 180-pound dog, Mudge. 26 pages, Ages 4-8

Item Number: 331
Category:Print-and-Braille Books in Contracted Braille (in UEB)

Price: $8.25
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5There are several Henry & Mugde books, each one a small masterpiece. However, this is the one that started it all!!

Everything great or small has it's beginning, and in the beginning of THIS book, which begins, in turn, the whole series, we meet our hero, Henry. Henry lives with mom and dad, but he really doesn't have any friends. No other children live on his block, he doesn't have any brothers or sisters. So, he asks for a dog. That dog is Mudge who swiftly goes from a teeny, handful-sized puppy to the 180-pound pooch we know and love through the rest of the series.
Unlike other fictional dogs, Mudge doesn't talk, walk about on his hind legs, or save the universe: he is just a big, happy, loving pooch who, like dogs everywhere, is totally dedicated to his pal, Henry. He's like a real dog... a real BIG dog, but a real dog nonetheless. He falls asleep when he's bored, he follows Henry everywhere and is unhappy when Henry's not around, and occasionally he eats things he's not supposed to. Practically any child would love to have a companion like Mudge.

2011-07-18

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