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By: Isabella Hudson

Sock It to 'Em

Pages: 34 Ratings: 5.0
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Have you ever wondered where all the socks that go missing in the wash disappear to? The socks in the Humphrey household have had enough! They decide they must take action to find their missing friends and stop more socks from vanishing. Join Spot the sock and his plucky friends, Fifi and Frufru the gloves, as they undertake a brave and daring mission to find their missing friends and bring them home. 

After a long teaching career, Isabella moved to the beautiful South Downs where she lives with her husband and a rather plump spaniel who considers herself a princess! When Isabella isn’t trying to think up entertaining ideas for children’s stories, she can usually be found in the kitchen creating quirky cakes for her family and friends.

Customer Reviews
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  • Lesley Smith

    I really loved this book ! The story is funny ,very original ideas and perfectly matched by the colourful and quirky illustrations. It will be enjoyed by children and adults alike,perfect for sharing as a bedtime story.Looking forward to more books by this talented writer.I hope this review is submitted as this is my third attempt,

  • Jamie-Leanne

    I loved reading this book with my daughter, such a creative story line.

  • Laura Waddington

    What a brilliant book! I bought this for my friends little girl and she absolutely loved it. The storyline is so imaginative and she particularly liked the colourful and fun illustrations. Clearly a very creative author and illustrator. Would definitely recommended this book.

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