Odd Socks by Michelle Robinson

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A charming sock duo does their best to stick together in this rhyming picture book with bright, bold illustrations.

The love story of two socks goes awry in this sweet picture book with cheerful illustrations. Suki and Sosh are a happy sock couple. They have a warm home, a pair of feet and they are in love . . . life couldn t be better. But one day, Suki gets a hole! Before long she is whisked out of the drawer and taken far, far away from Sosh. The other socks warn him, " There s no point in being a sock on your own! "and Sosh knows it s the truth. No one likes an odd sock. What will become of him, and will he ever find his true love again?


About Michelle Robinson

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Michelle Robinson wrote advertising copy for many years before she began working on children's books. Her books include There's a Lion in My Cornflakes, which won a Sainsbury's Children's Book Award, and How to Wash a Woolly Mammoth. She lives in Frome, England, with her family.Rebecca Ashdown has worked as a graphic designer and film editor, and now illustrates books for children. She lives near Stroud, England, with her family.
Published February 23, 2016 by Andersen Press. 32 pages
Genres: Romance, Children's Books.

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PreS-Gr 1—In Robinson's out-of-the-box rhyming ode to sock pairs, one sock couple enjoy their time together on feet, hanging on the clothesline, swimming in the wash, and curled up next to each other in the sock drawer. However, after one sock finds a hole in his wife, she soon goes missing. Her ...

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