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Henry And Mudge And The Forever Sea

by Cynthia Rylant

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The 6th of the series. A wonderful collection of vignettes depicting some adventures at the sea. I really loved the tone and characters, especially the dog named Mudge who wears a red hankerchief around his neck.
  olivegreen1 | Jun 5, 2011 |
This book emphasizes how simple pleasures can be adventurous. When Henry and Mudge take a visit to the sea they for a summer vacation leisurely activities such as splashing in the waves, eating hot dogs and cherry sno-cones, and chasing an errant crab provides tons of fun for these two characters. The text is pretty straight-forward and easy to read, and it is nice that it is broken down into 4 chapters. The illustrations and text combine to create a really engaging text, and children will love reading this novel. It would be best suited for shared-reading or independent reading time. These books will make the students feel as though they are not just reading little kid books because it is presented like a chapter book.
  acochra | Oct 25, 2010 |
This is a story about a young boy named Henry and his dog named Mudge. They were on their way to the beach with Henry's dad. They finally make it to the beach and they run to play. They later get hotdogs at a hotdog stand on the beach. They also brought a fake lobster. It suddenly gets pulled into the water and mudge gets it out. They celebrate eating snocones. They see a large crab. They decide to go home. This book is fun especially for children who have animals at home. ( )
  Katie20 | Oct 3, 2009 |
Henry, his dog Mudge and his father are off to spend the day at the beach. Mudge has never been there before. When they get to the beach, they all run and jump in the water. Henry and his father ride the waves but Mudge stays closer to shore. They eat hot dogs for lunch, build a sand castle and Mudge saves the rubber lobster that almost washed away. In the end they eat cherry sno-cones and Mudge digs for crabs. A great adventurous day at the beach. ( )
  ktibbs | Jun 6, 2009 |
We all know how much Henry and his dog Mudge love each other and how much fun they have. This book talks about their adventues at the beach and how, once again, Mudge saves the day!
  beadams | Apr 7, 2009 |
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For Cheryl and Marc--CR / For Walker--SS
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It was summer vacation and Henry and his big dog Mudge were going to the beach.
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0689810172, Paperback)

Henry and his 180-pound dog Mudge are best friends forever. And in this sixth book of their adventures, they share a fun-filled day at the beach.

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Follows the seaside adventures of Henry, Henry's father, and Henry's big dog, Mudge.

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