Mr. Putter & Tabby Catch the Cold

Mr. Putter & Tabby Catch the Cold

Cynthia Rylant

Language: English

Pages: 44

ISBN: 0152047603

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


Even though Tabby tries to keep him warm, Mr. Putter catches a cold in this cozy addition to the series.

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Art paper. Production supervision by Sandra Grebenar and Pascha Gerlinger Designed by Arthur Howard and Carolyn Stafford * * *.

Art paper. Production supervision by Sandra Grebenar and Pascha Gerlinger Designed by Arthur Howard and Carolyn Stafford * * *.

Hacking Mr. Putter and his fine cat, Tabby, loved the snow. It made them feel so cozy. Mr. Putter made warm tea and warm muffins. He lit a fire. And he and Tabby watched the snow fall. One day Mr. Putter went out in the snow without his hat. He wanted to read the funnies in the newspaper so much that he forgot it. When he came back in, he said to Tabby, "Tabby, I forgot my hat. I hope I don't catch a cold." Tabby sat on Mr. Putter's head to keep it warm while he read the.

Mrs. Teaberry's good dog, Zeke. He had a Thermos strapped to his back and he was wagging his tail. "Thank you, Zeke!" said Mr. Putter, patting Zeke's head. Zeke wagged and went home. Mr. Putter and Tabby looked inside the Thermos. "Chicken soup!" said Mr. Putter. "Hooray!" Tabby purred. She loved chicken soup. Mr. Putter and Tabby were having their soup when there was another scratching at the door. It was Zeke again. He had another Thermos strapped to his back. "Thank.

"Wonderful!" said Mrs. Teaberry. "But...," said Mr. Putter. "But?" asked Mrs. Teaberry. "Would you perhaps have...?" said Mr. Putter. "Would I perhaps have...?" said Mrs. Teaberry. "An adventure book?" asked Mr. Putter. "Of course!" said Mrs. Teaberry. "You do?" asked Mr. Putter. "Yes, I do," said Mrs. Teaberry. "But the book really belongs to Zeke." "Zeke?" asked Mr. Putter. "It's about a brave dog," said Mrs. Teaberry. "It's Zeke's favorite." "Ummm," said Mr. Putter, "do.

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