In January, there's a lot of snow on the ground. One day when Henry and his big dog Mudge go outside to play, they see a sign in a store window. It says: SNOWMAN CONTEST, SATURDAY AT THE PARK. Henry runs home to tell his dad. On Saturday, the park is filled with people building all kinds of fancy snowmen. There are many dogs there, too. While Mudge makes friends, Henry and his dad get to work. They will need to make a very unusual snowman to win this contest! Listeners of all ages love the Henry and Mudge series. Each adventure of the young boy and his enormous dog is one that teaches happy lessons about friendship and sharing. Audie Award-winning narrator George Guidall says these are some of his favorite books to read.
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by Cynthia Rylant
"Would that all young boys could have a satisfying relationship with their fathers and a beloved pet dog--as Henry does with his dad and Mudge! In this adventure, they participate in a snow-creature contest. It's a toss-up whether the spectacle with carrots and broccoli in the park, pets and snow, or the celebratory snowman cookies is the best part of the day. George Guidall is a relaxed narrator who sets his tempo by the activity and excitement level of each chapter. His enjoyment for the simple pleasures of Henry, his dad, and Mudge sparkles through the snowy day. A.R. (c) AudioFile 2002, Portland, Maine"