Little Sock

Little Sock is tired of his routine. Day after day, it's the same old thing. He gets worn, he gets dirty, and he gets washed. Nothing ever changes. The other socks in the drawer don't seem to mind but Little Sock wants something different. He has heard of a place, Sock City, where everything is new and exciting, so one night he makes his escape from his drawer. Will Little Sock reach his destination? And what will he find there?

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Interest Level Preschool - Kindergarten
Reading Level Kindergarten
Dewey [E]
Lexile 460
ATOS Reading Level
Guided Reading Level J
Language English
Publisher Sleeping Bear Press
Available Formats Hardcover (9781534110052), PDF (9781534146181), Hosted ebook (9781534146525)
Copyright 2019
Number of Pages 32
Dimensions 9 x 9
Graphics Full-color illustrations

Little Sock - School Library Journal

Little Sock longs for adventure. He’s tired of the same old, same old—being worn, getting dirty, being thrown in the wash, and put back in drawer. He dreams of the magical place he’s heard of where every day is a new adventure—Sock City. One night, determined to make the dream a reality, he sneaks from the drawer to the secret tunnel to Sock City found in the back of the dryer. His brave trek through a dark, scary tunnel is rewarded when he emerges into the fabled land. Kia’s straightforward text is bolstered by Park’s lively illustrations that make excellent use of varying perspective, color, and humorous detail. The spread of the various socks in Sock City will captivate readers as they take in the variety.

Author: Kia Heise

Kia spends her days as a sociology professor, teaching students about the world around them. Little Sock is her first children’s book. She lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota, with her husband, Chris, and their son Remi, who is always losing his socks.

Author, Illustrator: Christopher D. Park

Chris is a professional illustrator who has been creating art since he was old enough to hold a crayon. Kia spends her days as a sociology professor, teaching students about the world around them. Little Sock is his first children’s book. He lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota, with his wife, Kia, and their son Remi, who is always losing his socks.

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