Item description for Mr. Putter & Tabby Toot the Horn (Mr Putter And Tabby) by Cynthia Rylant & Arthur Howard...
Overview Mr. Putter's neighbor, Mrs. Teaberry, decides that they should join a band, but finding the right one isn't as easy as it sounds--for them or their pets
Publishers Description Mr. Putter and his fine cat, Tabby, like sharing music with their neighbors, Mrs. Teaberry and her good dog, Zeke. But when Mrs. Teaberry decides they should join a band, Mr. Putter isn't so sure. He doesn't even play an instrument. Neither does she. But they aren't going to let that stop them
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.5" Width: 6" Height: 0.2" Weight: 0.2 lbs.
Release Date Oct 5, 2007
Publisher Harcourt Brace
Grade Level Grade School
Series Mr Putter And Tabby
ISBN 0152002472 ISBN13 9780152002473
Availability 58 units. Availability accurate as of May 30, 2017 02:00.
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More About Cynthia Rylant & Arthur Howard
As a child in West Virginia, Cynthia Rylant never dreamed of becoming a writer. In her free time, she devoured Archie comic books and paperback romances and enjoyed the outdoors. But after taking one college English class, she was, "hooked on great writing... I didn't know about this part of me until I went to college-didn't know I loved beautiful stories." And one night, inspired by the Southern writer James Agee, she sat down and wrote When I Was Young in the Mountains. Named a Caldecott Honor Book and an ALA Notable Book, it was an instant success. Since that night, Rylant hasn't stopped creating wonderful books. Her stories explore friendship, love, grief, and other mysteries, and often draw on her memories of growing up in Appalachia. "I get a lot of personal gratification thinking of those people who don't get any attention in the world and making them really valuable in my fiction-making them absolutely shine with their beauty." She lives with her many pets in the Pacific Northwest.
Cynthia Rylant currently resides in Portland, in the state of Oregon. Cynthia Rylant was born in 1967.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Mr. Putter & Tabby Toot the Horn?
Bring On The Music! Jul 25, 2005
With a four year old toddler, impromptu music is an everyday occurance. Reading about Mr. Putter and Tabby tooting the horn is just icing on the cake when you are in a musical mood. Delightful to read and fun to savor. This one is a keeper!
Wonderful, as are all of CYNTHIA RYLANT'S books Jul 4, 2003
Mr Putter and Tabby are our favorites. Wonderful story, whimsical writing style. I RECOMMENED THIS ONE HIGHLY, and every one in the series.
You can't do everything Feb 19, 2003
I have every book in this series. This one is a good book to show little ones that not every one can do it all. When my little one is too small to do something, this one shows that Mr. Putter can't learn to play the horn. His friendly neighbor does, but he is happy in the end. Get the whole series and enjoy. My 4 year old loves them, but secretly, I bought them for myself.
Best children book collection for kids and parents Nov 20, 2000
The "Mr. Putter and Tabby" collection is the best I have found for children. This particular episode has Mr. Putter and Mrs. Teaberry trying to play music more or less successfully but having a very good time at it and being happy to have at least given it a try. When you read it, you can make all sorts of funny 'music' sounds that bring joy to your little one -and are fun to do too...
All the "Putter & Tabby" books are really well illustrated with very expressive characters, and the stories are intelligent, funny, and warm. My child adores them and is always asking for a reading session of "Mr Putter and Tabby". He was 2 when we read our first one and the books are so great that I believe he will still enjoy them when he learns to read. In the mean time, I enjoy them too and haven't tired yet of reading a couple of them every evening. So, although until now I have borrowed these books from the public library, I am now buying the whole collection.