Sock Monkey Dreams: Daily Life at the Red Heel Monkey Shelter

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Viking Studio, 2006 - Crafts & Hobbies - 96 pages
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In celebration of an enduring American craft icon, Sock Monkey Dreams dares to ask the question “What are sock monkeys up to when humans aren't looking?” With voices alternately funny, sweet, clever, crabby, and more than a little tongue in cheek, the residents of the Red Heel Monkey Shelter, a refuge for abandoned sock monkeys, reveal a world that looks surprisingly like our own.

Sock newsmonkey Benny Hathaway and socktographer Link faithfully record the life and times of their fellow Red Heel residents. Each character, whether a celebrity, artist, doctor, or handymonkey, comes alive through interviews, stories, and full-color photos. Full-page dioramas provide the most detailed and fascinating window into the secret life of sock monkeys that perhaps has ever been published.

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User Review  - BrynDahlquis - LibraryThing

Awesome and lovely and wonderful and hilarious. I have always loved sock monkeys, and I think Sock Monkey Dreams is what I've always wanted but never knew about. Read full review

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User Review  - Morbid_Jenn - LibraryThing

I got this book for Christmas from my ex-boyfriend. Around Halloween I made sock monkeys out of Halloween socks I picked up at Target and Joanns. I have made 5, all in different sock sizes. This book ... Read full review

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Whitney Shroyer and Letitia Walker adopted their first sock monkey in 1996 and an obsession was born. With the arrival of Benny Hathaway, the monkeys found their voice, and tales of sock monkey exploits began publication in a local humor paper, The Asheville Disclaimer.


Letitia Walker and Whitney Shroyer adopted their first sock monkey in 1996 and an obsession was born. With the arrival of Benny Hathaway, the monkeys found their voice, and tales of sock monkey exploits began publication in a local humor paper, The Asheville Disclaimer.

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