by Cynthia Rylant

Comprehension Questions
Henry and Mudge in Puddle Trouble

3 lessons, Microsoft Word document

Thanks to Amanda Ferris of Stillwater, Minnesota,
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092979: Oscar Otter Henry & Mudge in Puddle Trouble Progeny Press Study Guide Oscar Otter Henry & Mudge in Puddle Trouble Progeny Press Study Guide
By Progeny Press

Oscar Otter and Henry & Mudge in Puddle Trouble is the pre-reader story of an otter who gets tired of animals getting in his way when he plays--so he decides to build his own slide. He ignores some important advice from his father and when he decides to explore, he gets lost and attracts the attention of a fox, a wolf, a mountain lion, and even a curious moose. Thankfully, he finds his slide in time to escape narrowly from the other animals sliding after him.

This study guide is designed for pre-readers! This guide contains the same critical thinking and literature study as other Progeny Press Lower Elementary guides, but this one also includes science and art project tie-ins. Also included are related science coloring pages and mazes/activities to keep little hands busy while you discuss the book. 50 reproducible pages, softcover. Grades K-1.

Covers may vary.

834516: Ready-to-Read, Level 2: Henry and Mudge and the  Big Sleepover Ready-to-Read, Level 2: Henry and Mudge and the Big Sleepover
By Cynthia Rylant / Aladdin

When Henry gets a call from his friend, Patrick, inviting him to a sleepover party, Henry and Mudge know that fun galore is in store. From monster movies to flashlight surprises to tubs full of popcorn, this party is sure to be the best of the year! And when Patrick's dad leads all the boys (and all their dogs) up to the attic, Mudge turns out to be the biggest party animal of them all. But the real question is, will this crew EVER get to sleep? Recommended for ages 5 to 7.

Ready-to-Read books offer children a world of possibilities at 4 different reading levels. Level 2 in the series has more complex stories, as well as varied sentence structure, paragraphs, and short chapters.

69950: Puppy Mudge Has a Snack Puppy Mudge Has a Snack
By Cynthia Rylant / Simon & Schuster Trade Sales

Henry's puppy, Mudge, loves to eat. He really wants to share Henry's snack. Henry keeps saying, "No, Mudge!" But it's hard to resist a puppy as cute as Mudge!

Lessons in This Series

Chalk Box Kid

Flat Stanley

Boxcar Children

Surprise Island

Stone Fox

Lily and Miss Liberty

Helen Keller

The Tree That
Would Not Die

Little House
in the Big Woods

Muggie Maggie

Finding the Titanic

Go Fish


Samuel's Choice

George Washington's

Beany Goes
To Camp

Amelia Bedelia


Henry and Mudge
in Puddle Trouble

Nate the Great and the
Monster Mess

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