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Henry And Mudge And Annies Good Move Ready To Read Hardcover – September 1, 1998
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Gale W. Sherman, Pocatello Public Library, ID
Copyright 1998 Reed Business Information, Inc.
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The series is at the 1st grade reading level. This book is a "chapter" book (not a "baby" book) with 3 Chapters, and about 40 pages of half text, half artwork. (Just to give you an idea of the reading level, the Henry and Mudge books are easier than Magic Tree House, but harder than the advanced Bob books.)
This particular book deals with the excitement and fear of moving from one house to another. Annie, Henry's beloved frisbee throwing cousin, moves in next door to Henry. She is nervous about the move but ends up adjusting well. It would be a wonderful book for a family who is moving, but the fears described--and creatively dealt with--also apply to many other childhood transitions.
Note: you might want to purchase "Henry And Mudge the First Book" and also "The Careful Cousin" book before this book or with this book. Those two books introduce the characters used in the rest of the series.
P. Gould, co-author of Feeding the Kids: The Flexible, No-Battles, Healthy Eating System for the Whole Family (Fork and Spoon Field Guides) (Fork and Spoon Field Guides)