The Henry and Mudge Series By Cynthia Rylant Illustrated by Suçie Stevenson. 4. Even though Henry and his cousin Annie, in Henry and Mudge and the Careful Cousin, have very different ideas at first about what is fun, they still find a way to play together.
The Henry and Mudge Series By Cynthia Rylant Illustrated by Suçie Stevenson. Bravo Henry and Mudge, cheers School Library Journal. Discuss how they reconcile their differences. Have your students ever been in a similar situation? Were they able to find common ground? How? 5. Henry and Mudge and Henry’s parents make a trip to visit Great Grandpa Bill in Henry and Mudge and the Great Grandpas. Cynthia Rylant is the award-winning author of many wonderful books for children, including the Newbery Medal-winning Missing May, the Newbery Honor book A Fine White Dust, and the Caldecott Honor books When I Was Young in the Mountains and The Relatives Came. Suçie Stevenson is the illustrator of the Henry and Mudge series. She resides in Cape Cod, Massachusetts. Discussion Questions. 1. Henry and Mudge, the very first book in the series, is all about how the two friends found each other.
The Henry and Mudge books have delighted many a new reader. The first book introduces the strong bond Henry and his dog build and the plot is very relatable to young children. This book is a great way to introduce key lessons to young students, including character mapping, making connections, themes, and analyzing vocabulary words. Including storyboards with these activities will enhance creativity and comprehension through the visual nature of storyboarding! Student Activities for Henry and Mudge: the First Book Include: Create a Storyboard
Henry and Mudge are playing outside when a thunderstorm comes and they have to go inside. The rest of the book follows their adventure during the storm - and Mudge doesn't like the thunder and lightning.
Henry and Mudge are playing outside when a thunderstorm comes and they have to go inside. May 15, 2013 Alaina Sloo rated it it was amazing. Shelves: kids-nursery-grade2. Another wonderful Cynthia Rylant early reader series, much enjoyed by kids kindergarten through 2d grade. Sweet, gentle stories about the relationship between a boy and his very big do. .
Cynthia Rylant is both funny and poetic, and illustrator Sucie Stevenson is the perfect complement with her wistful watercolor illustrations. Henry's rescue of Mudge from "the enemy couch" is always met with giggles from my daughters.
by Cynthia Rylant & illustrated by Sucie Stevenson. Not only the wind but the thunder and lightning send the boy and his dog scurrying for home, where Mudge whines as he circles the kitchen table and Henry whistles the same tunes over and over to keep up his courage.
Henry and his 180-pound dog Mudge are best friends forever. Cynthia Rylant is both funny and poetic, and illustrator Sucie Stevenson is the perfect complement with her wistful watercolor illustrations. And when a storm comes.
In Henry and Mudge's twenty-third adventure, they're off for a day in the country. We have about 9 of these books. Each is a unique story, there is no formula here. They are creative stories that deal with real life situations in a special Henry and Mudge fashion. They are warm and loving and fun. Henry loves his big dog Mudge. An aggressive goose frightens Henry and Mudge, but Mudge has the last "word".