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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Two youngsters do not know where their socks go. Sometimes when they fold their socks there is only one and they do not know where the other has gone. They wonder if it vanishes into thin air. The socks don't always come back when the children put them in the hamper even though they are folded into a neat nice stack. On school days they always wonder where the other socks could be when they are getting ready. They wonder if there could be a sock monster because children have lost so many socks this year. It can be very confusing. Will the two kids ever be able to find out how the socks are getting lost?
Goldy the Puppy and the Missing Socks by Kim Ann is an adorable story of two kids and Goldy, their pup, who is mischievous and has a role to play in their socks going missing. The rhyming story comes to life with the rhythm and lyrical tone that accompany the rhymes, and Nejla Shojaie's colorful illustrations. The images give the characters personality and breathe life into the characters and scenes, making them tangible to readers. Children are attracted to colorful pictures and the illustrations in this book make the story and the characters appealing and captivating. It is a good book for storytelling sessions at homes and in schools, and many children will be able to relate to the characters of Goldy, the two kids, and the missing socks.