When The Man brings home a new puppy named Buttons, the spunky Siamese is no longer the center of attention. But he'll show them. "Yow-meowl! Isn't he the best hind-leg walker on four feet?
So Henry climbs a tree, stretches his whiskers for balance, and starts to tightrope-walk along a branch. But nobody is impressed -- until Buttons gets himself into a fix and only an aerial artist like Henry can save him.
Mary Calhoun's gently humorous story and Erick Ingraham's breathtaking illustrations combine in a rollicking picture-book adventure that will delight the feline daredevil's countless fans.
Level 2.6, 0.5 Points
|Grouped Work ID||6066b733-bb36-d773-80e7-ab2cd53a4ad2|
|Grouping Title||high wire henry|
|Grouping Author||calhoun mary|
|Last Grouping Update||2020-01-12 04:26:06AM|
|Last Indexed||2020-01-25 04:16:56AM|
|detailed_location_aacpl||Severn Library - Children's Fiction|
|display_description||Although Henry the cat learns tightrope walking only to impress the humans in his family, who have stopped paying attention to him because of their new puppy, his skill comes in handy when the puppy gets stranded on a high ledge.|
|itype_aacpl||Children's Picture Book|
|owning_library_aacpl||Anne Arundel County Public Library|
|series||Henry the cat|
|series_with_volume||Henry the cat|3|
|subject_facet||Cats -- Fiction|
Cats -- Stories
Dogs -- Fiction
Dogs -- Stories
Tightrope walking -- Juvenile fiction
Tightrope walking -- Stories
|title_full||High-wire Henry / by Mary Calhoun ; illustrated by Erick Ingraham|