So he offers to help Mrs. Teaberry at her knitting party - he will help her serve the tea to her friends. The party is going smoothly, and everyone is having fun while Mr. Putter is in the kitchen getting the food ready.
But unfortunately for Mr. Putter - Zeke and Tabby have other plans. Zeke and Tabby make a mess and Mrs. Teaberry's friends are all upset and ready to leave. Can Mr. Putter save the party before it's too late?
This is a really cute beginning reader book. I like that it's about elderly people actually - it's nice for kids to read books about people of different ages. The illustrations are happy, and have funny little touches that probably only adults would notice. (Like one of the elderly women at the party is wearing a pin that says "Knit Wit".)
There are a whole series of books starring Mr. Putter and Tabby, so if your preschooler/early reader loves the characters, they can read a lot more about Mr. Putter's adventures!
Rating: 4 out of 5
Recommended Ages: 3 - 7
Are you familiar with the Mr. Putter and Tabby books?
This post is day four of my 31 Days of Awesome Kids' Books.
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