Tony Millionaire's Sock Monkey: the glass doorknob

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Dark Horse Maverick, Sep 25, 2002 - Juvenile Fiction - 40 pages
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The Sock Monkey and the other toys in the house marvel at the prismatic spectrum shining on the parlor floor. They notice that the dazzling colors are somehow emanating from the beautiful glass doorknob on the front door. Winter turns to Spring, and the apple tree at the front of the house sprouts its new leaves, casting a warm green shadow on the door. But something happens to the doorknob: it seems to be broken, and the magical light show has come to a disheartening end. As the leaves grow heavier, joy leaves the house, until Mr. Crow comes up with a plan: to repair the doorknob using very scientifical techniques!

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Review: Sock Monkey: The Glass Door Knob (Sock Monkey)

User Review  - Maré Odomo - Goodreads

Too children's booky. I mean. There are children's books that have a strong, simple message that can be appreciated by everyone. But this was about a sock monkey and a glass doorknob. That's it. Really. Read full review

Review: Sock Monkey: The Glass Doorknob (Sock Monkey)

User Review  - Chris - Goodreads

Millionare's draftsmanship is, as always, brilliant. Its sort of shocking how easily the drunken, violent world of Mr. Crow and Sock Monkey translates to an innocent children's books, though I suppose ... Read full review

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