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Mr. Wuffles!: 07/18/14
Mr. Wuffles! by David Wiesner is the prefect combination of elements — a picture book about a tuxedo cat who could be our Tortuga's twin, written and illustrated by David Wiesner. His nearly wordless picture books never fail to entertain.
Mr. Wuffles is a cat who is bored with his toys. Crash landing, bug-sized extraterrestrials grab his attention. As they flee for their lives into a small crack, we are taken into a secret world that fears and respects the mighty Mr. Wuffles.
The aliens are taken in by a colony of ants who help them repair their ship. The aliens' language is written in a group of symbols. I'm curious if they can be deciphered but I haven't tried yet.
Since purchasing the book, Mr. Wuffles has been in our regular rotation for after school reading.