Mr. Putter and Tabby Write the Book

Written by Cinthia Rylant

Reviewed by Faith B. (age 7), Brody W. (age 6) and Ryan C. (age 7)

Mr. Putter decides to write a book with Tabby's help. They decided to write the book while they are making the food. Mr. Putter fell asleep while he was wearing his hat. The hat made him think of Easter boiled eggs. Mr. Putter and Tabby made vanilla malts. His neighbor, Mrs. Teaberry, said Mr. Putty's story was enchanting.

Our favorite part is when the melon fell on the bed because it was silly. Our favorite character is Mr. Putter because he makes us laugh. This story relates to our lives because we go to restaurants like Mr. Putter does. The pictures are beautiful.

We think people should read this story because it shows kindness. This book is funny, awesome, and interesting.

Faith B., Brody W. and Ryan C. are students in Mrs. Okamura's 1st Grade Class