Mr. Putter & Tabby Fly the Plane

by Cynthia Rylant

Paperback, 1997



Local notes

R Ryl




HMH Books for Young Readers (1997), Paperback, 44 pages


Mr. Putter's love of toys is almost as strong as his affection for his cat--but are he and she too old to play with a toy airplane?

Physical description

44 p.; 8.74 inches

User reviews

LibraryThing member t1bclasslibrary
Mr. Putter has always loved planes- and Tabby's always gotten hiccups from them, so you can imagine how the two of them react both when Mr. Putter gets a remote control plane and when it won't start. Mr. Putter is ready to give up, but Tabby encourages him, and he gets it working. In the end he
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gives it away to a little boy who reminds him of himself.
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LibraryThing member StaceyMiller
A sweet tale of friendship. This audiobook is clearly narrated and written with young children in mind. Would be a great opening to a discussion on kindness and/or friendship.
LibraryThing member susie44
I feel this book falls into the genre of traditional literature. Mr. Potter found a way to fulfill his dream of flying and then passed onto someone who may have had the same dream as him.
LibraryThing member Cheryl_in_CC_NV
Oh goodness. I'm so glad my library keeps up a collection of these. I love revisiting them. This one made me sniffle - so sweet.

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