Other books byCynthia Rylant
Annie and Snowball and the Wedding Day
From the Theodor Seuss Geisel Award–winning creators of Henry and Mudge comes a sweet Level 2 Ready-to-Read story about blended families, starring Annie and Snowball. Annie, her dad, and her bunny, Snowball, love living next door to her cousin Henry, his parents, and his big dog, Mudge. But something is missing. Annie wants her dad to find someone to love. Then her dad meets a woman named Martha and falls in love. Annie is excited that Martha makes Dad so happy, but she is a little worried about meeting her for the first time. Before long, Martha feels like part of the family, and it’s time for a wedding! It’s a big change to have a stepmother, but Annie knows that all their new family needs is love.
God Got a Dog
Newbery Medalist Cynthia Rylant and two-time Caldecott Honoree Marla Frazee imagine a God living among us in this spirited and moving collection of illustrated poems. What if God was living a human existence? What might God do to pass the time? Write a fan letter? Get a desk job? Make spaghetti? Take a bath? Get a dog? A sublime book for all ages, God Got a Dog celebrates the simple things in our world while taking a long, close look at what it means to be human. The soft, reflective, and often humorous words and pictures create a glimpse into everyday life through wide and wondering eyes that blends the familiar with the profoundly spiritual. These poems were originally published by HarperCollins without illustrations as part of a larger collection entitled God Went to Beauty School ©2003.
Henry and Mudge and the Great Grandpas
Henry (and of course Mudge) loves to visit Great Grandpa Bill. He lives in a house with a lot of other granpas who like to play with a little boy and his dog. But when Henry discovers a swimming pond near the granpas' house, he finds out how much fun the grandpas really can be.
Henry and Mudge in Puddle Trouble
Henry and his 180-pound dog Mudge are best friends forever. And in this second book of their adventures, they venture out into the wet and happy world of spring.