Smelly Socks

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Scholastic Canada, Limited, 2004 - Body odor - 28 pages
Tina's new socks are so wonderful she vows to wear them every day! But they begin to smell really, really bad because Tina will not take them off - even to be washed. The kids finally drag Tina down to the river and make her wash those stinky socks, driving away all the fish with the nasty odour! Tina's mom gets her a new shirt as a reward for finally getting her socks clean. A shirt Tina loves so much, she vows never, ever to take it off!

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User Review  - chretaylor - LibraryThing

This is a story about a girl who loves her socks so much that she does not want to take them off. Younger readers would like this story because it is silly. When her friends notice the smelly socks they make a plan to get her out of her smelly socks. Read full review

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User Review  - Michelle B. - Overstock.com

Really cute and has a message about hygiene Read full review

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About the author (2004)

ROBERT MUNSCH has written more than forty books, including Lighthouse, Love You Forever, We Share Everything and Alligator Baby. He is Canada's best-selling author and his books are beloved by children, parents, teachers and booksellers alike.

MICHAEL MARTCHENKO's illustrations are as instantly identifiable as Robert Munsch's stories. His wild and colourful images add depth and even more hilarity to these now classic tales. He was the recipient of the Canada's Booksellers' Association Children's Illustrator of the Year Libris Award in 2006.

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