Mr. Putter & Tabby Pour the Tea

CD - unabridged
Audio (1 disc)
Product Number: C00976
Released: Dec 11, 2012
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781470305628
Narrator/s: John McDonough
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Description

Mr. Putter is tired of living all alone, with no one to share his morning English muffins or his afternoon tea. He has many wonderful stories to tell, but no one to tell them to. What Mr. Putter needs is some good company. But good company is hard to find. This first adventure in award-winning author Cynthia Rylant's popular series introduces readers to a pair of friends who are just perfect for each other.

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eAudio
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Author(s): Cynthia Rylant
Narrator(s): John McDonough
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Product Number Z10798
Released: Dec 14, 2015
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ISBN: #9781490670478
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Class Set
Author(s): Cynthia Rylant
Narrator(s): John McDonough
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Product Number 3M0259
Released: Jul 15, 2002
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ISBN: #9781470350604
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Homework Pack
Author(s): Cynthia Rylant
Narrator(s): John McDonough
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Product Number 3G0287
Released: Jul 10, 2013
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ISBN: #9781470350611
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Teacher's Guide
Author(s): Cynthia Rylant
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Product Number 44318
Released: Jul 15, 2002
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ISBN: #9781419363986
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Text - Paperback
Author(s): Cynthia Rylant
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Product Number 13803
Released: Jul 16, 2002
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Publisher: Harcourt
ISBN: #9780152009014

Professional reviews

"Elderly Mr. Putter needs company and soon finds the perfect friend; bypassing cute, peppy kittens, he chooses an old yellow cat who understands what it's like to have thinning hair, creaking bones, and less-than-perfect hearing. Always an excellent performer, John McDonough perfectly delivers this small tale (alas, only 15 minutes). His mellow, dignified voice is full of feeling for the two friends, and its deep tones cast a golden spell over their friendship. In a youth-centered culture, it's refreshing to hear someone celebrate the virtues of the elderly. ("She was old," Rylant says of Tabby, "and beautiful things meant more to her.") John McDonough's gentle reading lets this valuable message sink in. J.C.G. (c) AudioFile 2003, Portland, Maine"

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