Henry and mudge the first book summary
Henry and Mudge the First Book Read Aloud
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Henry and Mudge - The First Book
The Henry and Mudge books have delighted many a new reader. The first book introduces the strong bond Henry and his dog build and the plot is very relatable to young children. This book is a great way to introduce key lessons to young students, including character mapping, making connections, themes, and analyzing vocabulary words. Including storyboards with these activities will enhance creativity and comprehension through the visual nature of storyboarding! Henry is lonely because he has no siblings, and no children live on his street. He asks his parents if he could have a brother or sister, and they say no. He asks if they could move to a different neighborhood, and they say no.
Henry was lonely because he was an only child and because no children lived on his street. He asked his parents if he could have a sibling and they said no. He asked if they could move to a different street and they said no. When Henry asked if he could have a dog they decided to say yes. And that was how Henry ended up getting Mudge.