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Did not like the artwork, but loved the story.
Reviewed in the United States on August 21, 2017
Extremely basic book for preschool level or first read alone books. I did not like the artwork in it, but I liked the story itself. A sock (kinda looking like a sock puppet) does not have a match so cannot be worn, so he leaves the drawer to find his matching partner. He finds a lot of socks along the way in hampers, washers, dryers, etc. Then the dog gets the sock and takes it to his basket where his match is also waiting. Once the sock is repaired, it can be worn. In the end of the book, the student/child practices matching socks. I wish the socks presented on the last page were all clean (because dirtiness rarely is identical even on matching socks... and because we usually sort socks once they are clean and out of the dryer.) Overall, its a cute book, but the artwork could have capitalized on personifying the sock like a puppet on all pages and make it more engaging therefore to the children.