You'll Soon Grow Into Them, Titch
When Titch needed new trousers, he got his older brother's. "You'll soon grow into them," his older brother said. When Titch needed a sweater, his sister offered her old one. "You'll soon grow into it," sha said. But then Mother decided Titch needed some new clothes, and it was Titch's turn to say, "You'll soon grow into them."
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Batsneedfriendstoo - LibraryThing
Titch was the youngest child, out of three, that outgrew his clothes. He ends up getting new clothes in time for his mom to bring home the new baby. I like how Titch's wardrobe is problem-solved in this book. Ages- 3-6 Source- Pierce County Library Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - voeghtlyam - LibraryThing
This book describes the story of a boy who needs new clothes because he outgrew them. Although the rest of his family is willing to share this does not help him because they are his sisters. He is ... Read full review