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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you think he would loan it to me?" "Only if he gets to come along," said Mrs. Teaberry. "Zeke is very attached to his book." Mr. Putter thought about it. The adventure book came with Zeke attached. Could he manage Zeke and a cold? Would Zeke be good? Or would he be ... Zeke? Mr. Putter was desperate. "Of course Zeke may come with his book," said Mr. Putter. "Wonderful!" said Mrs. Teaberry. A few minutes later there was a scratching at the door. 4 The Best Cold It was

you think he would loan it to me?" "Only if he gets to come along," said Mrs. Teaberry. "Zeke is very attached to his book." Mr. Putter thought about it. The adventure book came with Zeke attached. Could he manage Zeke and a cold? Would Zeke be good? Or would he be ... Zeke? Mr. Putter was desperate. "Of course Zeke may come with his book," said Mr. Putter. "Wonderful!" said Mrs. Teaberry. A few minutes later there was a scratching at the door. 4 The Best Cold It was

Cynthia. Mr. Putter & Tabby catch the cold/Cynthia Rylant; illustrated by Arthur Howard, p.cm. Summary: When Mr. Putter catches a cold, his friend Mrs. Teaberry sends over some special treats to help him feel better. [1. Cold (Disease)—Fiction. 2. Sick—Fiction.] I. Howard, Arthur, ill. II. Title. PZ7.R982Msc 2002 [E]—dc21 2001002949 ISBN 0-15-202414-X Manufactured in China C E G H F D * * * 1 Blowing and Hacking 2 Mrs. Teaberry 3 Zeke 4 The Best Cold 1 Blowing and

you, Zeke!" said Mr. Putter. Zeke wagged and went home. Mr. Putter and Tabby looked inside the Thermos. "Peppermint tea with honey sticks!" said Mr. Putter. "Yippee!" Tabby purred. She loved honey sticks. Mr. Putter and Tabby ate their soup and drank their tea. Mr. Putter was feeling much better. But he wished he had one more thing. He felt so selfish. But he couldn't help it. He phoned Mrs. Teaberry. "Mrs. Teaberry, the soup and the tea are wonderful," he said.

"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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