A Mountain of Mittens

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Charlesbridge Publishing, Incorporated, 2009 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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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

A MOUNTAIN OF MITTENS

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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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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