Mr. and Mrs. Muddle by Mary Ann Hoberman

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Mr. and Mrs. Muddle, a horse couple, have to learn to compromise on the one thing they don't agree on.

About Mary Ann Hoberman

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Mary Ann Hoberman is the author of the critically acclaimed One of Each and the classic A House is a House for Me, which won a National Book Award. Nadine Bernard Westcott is a well-known and award-winning illustrator of more than 100 picture books. Catharine O'Neill, a native of Toronto, Ontario, began her career as a cartoonist for magazines and newspapers. This later led to her creating humorous illustrations for more than a dozen children's books in the United States and in Canada, including her own "Mrs. Dunphy's Dog" and Harriet Lerner's "What's So Terrible About Swallowing an Apple Seed?" She now lives in Ithaca, New York, with her daughter and dog, both funny in their own way.
Published January 1, 1989 by Little Brown & Co (Juv). 32 pages
Genres: Children's Books.

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There is much good humor as the Muddles paddle in a puddle in the middle of their muddle, but eventually, over the capsized canoe, they learn that answers to problems can sometimes be found ``somewhere in the middle.'' With clever details, O'Neill's drawings happily expand the broad comedy of the...

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