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by Hannah Wood,Keith Faulkner


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Socks always come in pairs, so why do we always end up with so many odd socks?. Lost Socks: Where do You think they go?

Socks always come in pairs, so why do we always end up with so many odd socks?. Lost Socks: Where do You think they go? ISBN. 157791161X (ISBN13: 9781577911616).

Personal Name: Faulkner, Keith, 1948-. Ages 3 years and up. Personal Name: Wood, Hannah. Rubrics: Toy and movable books Specimens. Download now Lost socks : where do you think they go : Download PDF book format. Download DOC book format.

This book shows all the places the children think their lost socks may have gone, involving fish and animals.

com This book shows all the places the children think their lost socks may have gone, involving fish and animals. At the back of the book, there is a fold-out page that shows what happens to them and is a really cute story ! ! !

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Home William Faulkner Big Woods: The Hunting Stories. Big woods the hunting s. . But there was no bush beneath it, no compass nor watch, so he did next as Sam had coached and drilled him: made this next circle in the opposite direction and much larger, so that the pattern of the two of them would bisect his track somewhere, but crossing no trace nor mark anywhere of his feet or any feet, and now he.

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Socks always come in pairs, so why do we always end up with so many odd socks? Do you know where they all go? Max thinks that maybe they’re washed down the drain into the ocean, or blown off the washing line and up into space! A fun storybook with a turn-the-wheel washing machine at the beginning and a big lift-the-flap pop-up surprise at the end. more).

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When their mother complains about all the lost socks, Max and his brother come up with fantastical reasons for why they are missing.

Comments: (2)

Iell
I loved reading this book to my son, so when a friend posted her frustration at losing socks, I bought it for her to read to her child!
Dead Samurai
What an adorable book for children ! ! The front of the book is like a washing machine that turns on a disk inside a plastic window that shows socks tumbling around. The colorful drawings are great. This book shows all the places the children think their lost socks may have gone, involving fish and animals. At the back of the book, there is a fold-out page that shows what happens to them and is a really cute story ! ! ! I love this book & every child I have shown it to, loves it even more ! ! !
Lost Socks: Where do You think they go? download epub
Growing Up & Facts of Life
Author: Hannah Wood,Keith Faulkner
ISBN: 157791161X
Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Growing Up & Facts of Life
Language: English
Publisher: Brighter Minds Children's Publishing (September 30, 2005)
Pages: 14 pages