Appelt, Kathi. Bubba and Beau Meet the Relatives. [JP APP]. These characters, one dog, one human, have no problem getting dirty!
Dewey, Jennifer Owings. Mud Matters. [J 553.6 DEW]. A look at the many uses for mud!
Haskins, Lori. Stuck in Muck. [E HAS]. For the beginning reader who also likes trucks!
Lewison, Wendy Cheyette. Mud. [E LEW]. If the thought of dirty hands and feet makes you squeamish, skip this little rhyming book!
Pomerantz, Charlotte. The Piggy in the Puddle. [JP POM]. We've had this book for many years. It probably should have been discarded long ago, but I won't let it go (sorry Jane)! I used to love using it in storyhour back in the days when I was a children's librarian. I have fond memories of the little listeners piping in on the refrain,
Mud is oofy, mud is poofy,The silliness of the text, accompanied by the illustrations of the late James Marshall, make this title a hit in my book!
Mud is oh so oofy-poofy.
Ray, Mary Lyn. Mud. [JP RAY]. The fact that the author is a New Hampshire resident is obvious. This writer really knows her mud!
Stop thinking like a stuffy old adult--some nice warm day take your shoes off and really experience mud season!