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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surprising. It was amazing. Zeke was good! Zeke was fine! Zeke was perfect! (As long as you were reading his adventure book to him.) Mr. Putter and Tabby and Zeke curled up in Mr. Putter's bed and read all day long. Mr. Putter sounded a little funny with his stuffy nose. But Zeke and Tabby didn't mind. They wanted to hear about the brave dog. Mr. Putter read and read while Tabby purred and Zeke wagged. And when the brave dog's story was over, they all snuggled up and went to

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

he had no one to spoil him. 2 Mrs. Teaberry Mr. Putter's phone rang. He picked it up and said, "Ah-choo!" "Mr. Putter?" someone said. It was Mrs. Teaberry, Mr. Putter's good friend and neighbor. "I caught a cold," said Mr. Putter. "Oh my goodness!" said Mrs. Teaberry. "I'll be right over!" "Oh no," said Mr. Putter. "You shouldn't come over. Mrs. Teaberry. You might catch my cold. And it's not good to be old with a cold." Tabby rubbed against Mr. Putter to help him feel

he had no one to spoil him. 2 Mrs. Teaberry Mr. Putter's phone rang. He picked it up and said, "Ah-choo!" "Mr. Putter?" someone said. It was Mrs. Teaberry, Mr. Putter's good friend and neighbor. "I caught a cold," said Mr. Putter. "Oh my goodness!" said Mrs. Teaberry. "I'll be right over!" "Oh no," said Mr. Putter. "You shouldn't come over. Mrs. Teaberry. You might catch my cold. And it's not good to be old with a cold." Tabby rubbed against Mr. Putter to help him feel

better. "Ah-choo!" went Mr. Putter in Tabby's face. She decided to stay on his lap. "You need someone to look after you," said Mrs. Teaberry. "I'll be fine," said Mr. Putter. "You need someone," said Mrs. Teaberry. "I'll be fine," said Mr. Putter. "You really need someone," said Mrs. Teaberry. "I'll really be fine," said Mr. Putter. "I'll send Zeke," said Mrs. Teaberry. "What?" said Mr. Putter. 3 Zeke Twenty minutes later there was a scratching at the door. It was

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