Plenty of Pockets

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Harcourt, 2000 - Juvenile Fiction - 34 pages
When Henry and Henrietta Bunch can't find their son, Junior, in the living room, they know they've got too much stuff. The solution? Henry suggests pockets. And he sits down to sew--pockets, more pockets, pockets on top of pockets. And in goes all their stuff. The plan works well. The house is neat; nothing gets lost. What a pleasure, for a while. Then Junior has a birthday party and the neighbors bring in a few presents. Just a few... *Intriguing artwork by a bold illustrator whose work appears regularly in Time, Newsweek, Sports Illustrated, and the New York Times *Playful 6-panel gatefold unfolds to reveal amusing images

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