Mr. Putter & Tabby Fly the Plane by Cynthia RylantFirst sentence: Mr. Putter loved toys. He was old, and he knew that he wasnt supposed to love toys anymore. But he did. When Mr. Putter and his fine cat, Tabby, drove into town, they always stopped at the toy store.
Premise/plot: Mr. Putter LOVES toys. Tabby doesnt love toys--especially toys that do something. But she loves Mr. Putter. This chapter book is about when Mr. Putter buys a radio control airplane.
My thoughts: I enjoyed this one. I love Mr. Putter. I really love Tabby. My favorite part was when Mr. Putter decided to give away his new plane to a little boy--a shy boy, a clumsy boy--who reminded him of himself. The writing continues to impress.
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Mr. Putter & Tabby Fly the Plane
Ever since he was a boy, Mr. Putter has always loved planes. And he still loves playing with toys--even though he is pretty old. While visiting the toy store with his fine cat, Tabby, he decides to buy a brand new, red and white, remote-controlled biplane! Remembering when he was young, how he stayed awake at night wishing for such a toy, Mr. Putter thinks about the boy he met earlier that day. The boy was a little shy, clumsy and forgetful--just like Mr.
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