A Mountain of Mittens

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Charlesbridge Publishing, 2007 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
3 Reviews
Every morning Molly's parents remind her to come home after school with her mittens, and every day Molly forgets. Nothing works--not Velcro, not crochet chains, not even duct tape! But, Molly is not alone. All the kids at school forget, and soon there is a mountain of mittens in lost-and-found that has grown out of control.

WARNING: Lynn Plourde's story is so distractingly funny that you might misplace your own mittens!

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User Review  - conlonk - LibraryThing

The concept for this story was kind of cute - the teachers and students all get buried under the massive lost and found pile of mittens from the children forgetting their mittens at school every day ... Read full review


User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

Where do all those lost mittens go? Despite Mommy's warning not to leave her mittens at school, young Molly does, but for a good cause: She uses them to warm up a shivering turtle in her classroom's ... Read full review

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About the author (2007)

Lynn Plourde is the author of several picture books, including TEACHER APPRECIATION DAY, SCHOOL PICTURE DAY, and SUMMER'S VACATION. Lynn lives in Winthrop, Maine.

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