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Sock Monster by Stacey R. Campbell
When Billy refuses to pick up his clothes the sock monster comes to teach him a lesson.
Sock Monster by Stacey R. Campbell is a necessary children’s book for anyone with little ones who don’t pick up their belongings. It was the perfect book for our family. My 4 year old, Natalie, is notorious for only having one sock from nearly every single pair she owns. Some days, she ends up wearing mismatched socks because it gets too crazy trying to find the match early in the mornings before school. She really enjoyed reading this book. And the ‘sock monster’ wasn’t scary for her at all. She thought he was cute and, I’m not sure if it’s a coincidence or not, but since around the same time we received and read Sock Monster by Stacey R. Campbell, she has started putting both socks in the hamper. Small miracle right here. 🙂 She also got a kick out of the fact that the dad in the story is named Donny, just like her Dad.
I highly recommend this children’s book. It is full of cute illustrations to accompany the text. The story gives your children an important life lesson and helps to make learning that lesson fun. We enjoyed reading this book together.
About the Author
Stacey R. Campbell lives in the Washington state with her husband and three daughters. She is a graduate of the University of Washington and a dyslexic writer that believes there is no such thing as a bad reader. She is the author of the young adult novels Hush, Whisper, Scream & Silence, the highly acclaimed middle grade swashbuckling pirate book ARRGH! and the newly released picture book Sock Monster.
When not at her desk writing she can be found hiking, sailing, or skiing. She enjoys chocolate in any shape or size, too many cups of coffee, and laughing (often too loudly, as her daughters say) with her friends and family.
Stacey is available for classroom visits and loves working with writers and readers of any age; especially those with learning disabilities, like her own.
Learn more about Stacey R. Campbell and her up coming releases by visiting her website at www.staceyrcampbell.com.
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