“What is so interesting over there Mr. Wuffles”
The illustrations in this book was my favorite part.
This book is adorable! Mostly without words, the illustrations play out like a comic with panels and dialogue bubbles (usually with an imagined language). I love the cross-species collaboration and the nod to Lascaux style cave paintings. Now I'm looking for everything else this author has done 😍 #babyreads #mommyreads #picturebooks
Caldecott and was written in 2013. This book is definitely a different book. The book begins with mr. Wuffles playing with one toy then going to a toy that looks like a UFO. The aliens inside were panicking because the cat started to play with the UFO. The aliens started to run for ut but the cat continued to go after them. The aliens then met the ants who talked to them about the cat. At the end the aliens are thrown out the window to escape.
Mr. Wuffles!, David Wiesner. Children‘s award-winning books, 2013. Picture book with pictures that move with the page. Aliens that live inside a toy attempt to escape from cat. Book that pushes the imagination. Cat is persistent and the aliens work together. Other bugs discuss with the aliens about the cat. Makes you wonder what a cat sees.
This book was a really cute story about a cat named Mr. Wuffles. The book takes place in this cats home but also shows a lot of scenes from inside what is presumably a cats toy that looks like a spaceship. This causes our Mr Wuffles to have to interact with the aliens inside and it leaves a lasting impression on Mr Wuffles.
“Mr. Wuffles!” By David Weisner is not your average picture book to say the least! This world less book earned itself a Caldecott Award with its creative illustrations and leaves plenty of room for children to let their imagination soar. Mr. Wiffles is a cat who isn‘t interested in his own toys but instead would rather play with spaceships and aliens. This science fiction book makes for a perfect story telling or even an opportunity to have
Mr. Wuffles is a science fiction book about a cat who is picky about his toys but finds one he likes, except it turns out its a space ship with aliens. There very few words in this book so it could be used for inferencing. Students will have to infer what they think happened in the story by looking at the pictures and using the few words. https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Mr-Wuffles-A-Book-Study-1271278 #ucflae3414sp17
They say curiosity killed the cat. A bigger question is “Can aliens survive a cat?” Now I know why dad‘s cat Pep stairs at the wall. He‘s looking for aliens.